Massimo Orsini

Tel: 416-900-0882

Massimo Orsini

Tel: 416-900-0882

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Massimo Orsini is a business, technology, and intellectual property lawyer with wide industry experience in the areas of software, gaming, healthcare technology, and agriculture

Massimo obtained his Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Civil Laws from McGill University, where he served as an executive editor for the McGill Journal of Law and Health, a leading peer-reviewed publication. Massimo also obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from Concordia University where he double-majored in philosophy and political science.

Prior to joining the firm, Massimo practiced at a full-service international firm where he advised multinational and domestic clients on a wide range of intellectual property and technology matters, primarily relating to data security and privacy, trademarks, copyright, patents, marketing, and advertising, and domain name disputes. He also has experience advising clients on inter-jurisdictional M&A matters and has acted on complex IP and commercial litigation, including in the areas of patent and inventorship disputes as well as anti-counterfeiting litigation. 

When not practicing law, Massimo is either researching a new way to brew coffee, tinkering with his Vespa, making a new Spotify playlist, or scouting out his next travel destination. 

Internet of Things Poses Privacy Risks, Montreal Gazette (2017):



Call to the Ontario Bar, 2019


Fluency in English, French.
Competency in Spanish and Italian.

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