Myron Mallia-Dare is a Business and Technology lawyer at Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto and practices in the areas of corporate and technology. Myron advises on business formations, financings, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions and complex technology matters relating to IT procurement (traditional and agile methodologies), payments, licensing and commercialization, app development, cyber security and the protection of intellectual property rights. He also advises on legal issues relating to FinTech, blockchain technology and smart contracts and artificial intelligence. For startups and emerging technology companies.
Myron advises on business formations, financings, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions. Myron has co-authored chapters for two books written by global leading experts titled “Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines: Understanding A.I. and the Legal Impact” and “Cloud 3.0 He has spoken at various conferences and seminars on the impact of cutting edge technologies on the law. Myron has strong understanding of FinTech and recently completed the University of Oxford Fintech Programme which focused on emerging technologically enabled innovation in financial services.
Myron is also involved in the tech community in Canada and provides mentorship and guidance to this community through several accelerators and business incubator programs.