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Daniel Tsai
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Daniel's Market
Speaker Bio
Daniel Tsai is a retail and marketing expert, founder and editor of ConsumerRights.Ca, and the author of two textbooks: Law, Technology and Culture; and the Business of Social Media and Entertainment (Toronto: Top Hat, 2022).

As a lawyer, business executive, educator, and columnist, Daniel is an award winning teacher with a teaching certificate from the University of Cambridge. Daniel has taught at leading schools, including Cornell University, Osgoode Hall Law School, Queen's University Smith School of Business, and the University of Toronto. Daniel leads the Executive and Professional Education programs for Cornell University's Johnson College of Business in Canada.

Daniel is a former General Counsel for a publicly traded healthcare company and has worked with a number of TSXV listed companies, national and multinational companies and entrepreneurs.

As a columnist, Daniel has written for the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star and is cited and consulted by the BBC, CBC, Al Jazeera, S&P Global, Ming Pao (Chinese), Radio Canada (French), Global News, CP24 News, Bell Media, the National Post, Canadian Press, Corus, and other international news media on business, law, technology, public policy, and consumer issues.

Daniel has won prestigious academic awards for his legal scholarship, including the JSD Tory Writing Award for Legal Writing and Research, the BB Dubienski Memorial Scholarship, and the Nathanson Fellowship as a Fellow of the Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime and Corruption at Osgoode Hall.

As a senior policy advisor in the Canadian government recruited under the elite Recruiting Policy Leaders (RPL) Program, Daniel wrote new Canadian laws and has advised senior government officials and Canadian Parliamentarians on intellectual property law reform.

With MBA degrees from Cornell University and Queen's University, and JD and LLM degrees in law (specializing in tax law and technology law), Daniel's research interests include technology law, intellectual property, tax, artificial intelligence, marketing, retail, business ethics, behavioral economics, psychology, political science, and strategy.

Daniel has studied French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, German, and Chinese, scoring in the top decile on Harvard's Modern Languages Aptitude Test (MLAT).
Daniel Tsai