Daniel Tsai is a business and law professor that has written on business, legal, consumer interest and other issues for various publications, including the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, PostMedia, Lawyer’s Weekly, among others.  Daniel is also a business lawyer and consultant who has worked with publicly traded companies and other clients in the private and public sector. Daniel is also a former policy advisor in Federal Government of Canada where he was recruited under the Recruiting Policy Leaders Program.

In addition to being a business professor, Daniel also provides legal services to a variety of business, franchising, and corporate clients. With experience in business consulting and marketing, Daniel is able to use his knowledge and expertise of business and law to give you solutions for your business problems and needs.

Work Experience

16 years – Business Lawyer
Areas of practice include Business Law, Securities, and Corporate and Commercial Law.

5 years – Consulting
Provide consulting and advice to leading companies ranging from marketing, sales, and operational improvements to global value chain opportunities.

4 years – Professor of Law and Business
Teach marketing, business communications, human resource management, business law, contract law, torts, legal research, business analysis, and other courses to business students, paralegals, engineers, and professionals. 


2011- MBA
Cornell University, Johnson School of Business

 2011 – MBA
Queen’s University, Smith School of Business

2002 – LLM in Technology Law
University of Ottawa