COVID-19 has significantly changed the way in which we all interact as a global society – from businesses pivoting their operations in response to emerging needs, to healthcare professionals continuing to perform essential services in new ways. In this podcast, our HealthTech professionals dive into the topic of telemedicine.
Click here to listen to the latest Dentons HealthTech podcast, featuring Rose Carter, Q.C., Dr. Phillippe Couillard, Dina Awad and Tom Sides.
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About Dina Awad
Dina Awad is a partner in our Litigation and Dispute Resolution group. Her practice encompasses a variety of complex regulatory and commercial matters with a focus on advocacy, risk analysis, and compliance advice in matters including environmental law, health law, commercial disputes, extraordinary remedies, and franchise law.
About Rose Carter
Based in Edmonton, Rose brings more than 30 years’ experience in the health law field. She assists various medical practitioners (physicians, dentists, nurses and other health care practitioners), as well as scientific professionals, navigate the regulatory requirements of private and public practice, including assisting physicians wishing to expand their practices in to the field of Non Hospital Surgical Facilities. Throughout her three decades of practice, Rose has appeared before all levels of courts in Alberta, as well as before various administrative law tribunals.
About Dan Collins
Dan joined Dentons in 2013 as a summer student and now practices as an associate in Dentons’ Energy Regulation group in Calgary. Dan is developing a practice in the areas of energy regulation, environmental, and aboriginal law.
About Tom Sides
Tom is a partner and chair of the National Technology Transactions Law Group. His practice focuses extensively on technology, intellectual property, privacy and related commercial legal matters, as well as procurement and construction advice, for clients in the energy, financial institution, health, advanced education, forestry, information technology and telecommunications industry and public sectors.