Danielle Bush is a partner in Miller Thomson's Toronto office where she practises in the areas of regulatory, technology and commercial law.
Danielle has decades of experience advising industries regulated by the federal Food and Drug Act, including the manufacturers and distributors of over-the-counter pharmaceutical products, medical devices, foods, and alcoholic beverages. She routinely advises on regulatory issues affecting the testing, categorization, approval, compliance, advertising and correction/withdrawal/recall of such products in Canada. Ms. Bush advises on the classification of products (i.e. class of medical device, natural health products as opposed to foods, alcoholic beverages, etc.), product and company websites, claims for therapeutic food products, agreements relating to production, distribution and marketing, advertising complaints and disputes. She also routinely reviews product labelling and advertising materials for compliance with applicable regulations.
Danielle also has a significant amount of experience advising both domestic and foreign gaming companies and regulators. While her area of particular expertise is online gaming, she also acts on a regular basis for a wide variety of companies and government organizations involved directly or indirectly in the land-based gaming industry.
Prior to joining Miller Thomson, she was a partner at the boutique firm of Chitiz Pathak LLP and a partner at McCarthy Tetrault LLP.