Sara Zborovski joins Stikeman Elliott’s regulatory practice

Veteran lawyer has held leadership roles in several life sciences organizations

Sara Zborovski joins Stikeman Elliott’s regulatory practice
Sara Zborovski

Stikeman Elliott added Sara Zborovski as partner in its corporate group, based in Toronto.

According to an Oct. 7 announcement from the firm, Zborovski’s practice focuses on providing regulatory and commercial counsel to companies regulated by Health Canada. She assists clients in regulatory matters concerning Food and Drugs Act, the Cannabis Act and other legislation and associated regulations. Her practice also involves issues regarding product safety, including crisis management and product recall.

Zborovski is a member of the Food and Drug Law Institute’s global committee, and she sits on the board of the Cross Border Health Foundation. Until recently, she was chairwoman of the University of Toronto Tribunal and director of Food Law and Regulatory of the Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology, the announcement added.

“Sara is a leading Canadian regulatory law expert, with significant experience across a broad spectrum of life sciences and associated industries,” said Jeffrey Singer, Stikeman Elliott’s Toronto managing partner.

Prior to joining Stikeman Elliott, Zborovski was a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP from 2016 to 2019, according to her LinkedIn profile. Before that, she was with DLA Piper Canada LLP from 2013 to 2016. She began her law career at Gilbert’s LLP, where she was part of the firm for 13 years.

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