Dena is developing a general corporate and intellectual property law practice. Her background in science and statistics allows Dena to approach the long term needs of her business clients with due regard to the impact new technology will have on their industries.
Dena’s legal education focused on cross-border business transactions. She took part in the international John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition on WTO law, and completed a portion of her degree at Hong Kong University, where she studied the intersection of international trade agreements, government and business. Dena is available to answer questions on trade law and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Dena is a twice published author on the esteemed Kluwer Arbitration Blog, where she has written on blockchain technology, arbitration, and the mining industry. She is also an Executive Director of the Iranian Canadian Business Expo.