Kim von Arx
Kim is an experienced general counsel with an emphasis on corporate and commercial, privacy, not-for-profit, and technology law.
Former firms & in-house roles:
Canadian Internet Registration Authority, Bowley Cuffari, Cox Hanson O’Reilly Matheson (Now Cox & Palmer)
At Caravel Law, Kim works with a number of clients on corporate/commercial, IP, IT, and corporate governance matters, including drafting and negotiating shareholder agreements, request for proposal submissions, distribution and supply agreements, and commercial agreements ranging in value from one hundred thousand to two-hundred and thirty million dollars. Kim’s clients have included Rogers Communications, CanLII, Carleton University, Ozery Pita Break, Health Quality Ontario and Redknee.
Kim is fluent in English and German.
Previously, as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, Kim was responsible for all legal, regulatory, and policy matters affecting Canada’s domain name space.
Kim has led extensive corporate governance reform and he developed, drafted, and implemented most of the policies affecting Canada’s domain name space. Kim also has drafted, negotiated, and revised various agreements, including licensing, leasing, support services, professional services, and consulting services agreements.
University of Ottawa, LL.M. (2002)
University of New Brunswick, LL.B. (1999)
University of Edinburgh, LL.B. (1997)