Peter Murphy is a partner in Shibley Righton's Toronto office and is a member of the Business Law Group. His practice includes technology and commercial contracting, intellectual property licensing, commercial transactions and privacy, data protection, anti-spam and marketing law.Peter has extensive experience drafting and negotiating technology agreements, including outsourcing, development, licensing, implementation, services, cloud computing, hosting, e-commerce and support agreements. Peter also has extensive experience with contracts for the design, development, procurement and licensing of industrial intellectual property, including chemical, electrical, mechanical and nuclear technology.Peter also has extensive experience in privacy and data protection law. He helps clients deal with data breaches, advises clients undergoing investigations by Canada's Privacy Commissioner, helps clients comply with privacy laws and respond to access to information requests, conducts privacy assessments, drafts privacy-compliant contracts, and prepares corporate privacy and data breach policies.In addition, Peter helps clients comply with CASL, Canada's anti-spam legislation, and other advertising, social media and media law requirements.His clients consist of a wide variety of organizations including chartered banks, nuclear operators, universities, software companies and healthcare organizations. In addition, Peter frequently advises not-for-profit organizations on a broad range of legal and corporate governance issues. The Government of Ontario chose Peter to join its team of top Canadian legal advisors to advise it on the process of procuring nuclear technology. As part of this team, Peter helped draft a nuclear technology procurement agreement and RFP documentation with respect to the development of a two-unit nuclear power facility.Peter lead an extensive independent review and assessment of privacy and data management policies and procedures for one of Ontario's most significant statutory Boards. He authored the resulting report, which was presented to the responsible Minister, Assistant Deputy Ministers and Board officials. A frequent public speaker and writer on technology law, privacy, energy and anti-spam matters, Peter's comments are frequently quoted in Canadian and international news media.