Marco Ciarlariello is an associate in the Business Law Group at Cassels. Marco focuses on the areas of intellectual property (IP), information technology (IT) and sports. He regularly drafts and negotiates commercial agreements that relate to the acquisition, licensing and disposition of IP and IT rights and provides advice on data privacy issues. Marco’s practice also involves a variety of work in the sports and entertainment industries. He has spoken on IP concerns in the context of sports and entertainment at number of conferences and engagements, including as a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall and the University of Toronto.
Marco is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School where he received the Charles Edward Woodrow Award for academic achievement and was involved in a number of extra-curricular activities. At law school, Marco was the treasurer of the Entertainment & Sports Law Association, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and was a member of the Osgoode Hall hockey team. In his final year, Marco spent a semester studying abroad at Trinity College in Dublin.
Prior to law school, Marco earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Western University where he was awarded a number of scholarships for academic achievement. Before joining Cassels as an associate, Marco summered and articled with the firm.