Belinda Chiu is an associate in Cassels Brock & Blackwell’s business law and competition, antitrust and foreign investment groups. Belinda’s experience in competition law includes merger and acquisition review, compliance, and marketing and advertising. Belinda also routinely assists in foreign investment matters relating to the Investment Canada Act. As a business law associate, her experience in corporate and commercial drafting encompasses IT agreements and is complemented with regulatory advice relating to privacy and data protection laws, including Canada’s anti-spam legislation. Prior to joining Cassels Brock as an associate, Belinda was a summer student in 2012 and 2013, and completed her articles at the firm during 2014–2015. Throughout her summers and articling, Belinda gained a broad range of experience among different practice groups including securities law, business law (including tax) and litigation. Belinda received her JD from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 2014. Prior to law school, Belinda obtained a bachelor of commerce degree from the University of Toronto, specialising in commerce and finance and majoring in economics. Before joining Cassels Brock, Belinda interned at an accounting firm, worked as a research assistant for the Rotman School of Management and was a private tutor for middle school students.