LEXPERT’s 9th Annual Information Privacy and Data Protection Seminar
Bill Hearn, Howard Burshtein, Ron Davis, Sheryl Johnson, Rob Macdonald, Rudy Morrone, Young Park, Colleen Spring Zimmerman and Ravi Shukla will be speaking at LEXPERT’s 9th Annual Information Privacy and Data Protection Seminar. This full day course will highlight:
- Big Data and Other Developments in the Public Sector and Elsewhere
- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - Implications for Canadian Business
- Privacy Litigation Cases - Recent Developments
- Blockchain - The Promise and The Perils
- OPC Compliance Priorities and Strategic Directions
- Cyber Risk Management Guidance for Corporate Directors
- Issues in Employee Privacy
- CASL Update
- Morrone, Rudy
- Hearn, Bill
- Davis, Ronald D.
- Macdonald, Robert
- Spring Zimmerman, Colleen
- Johnson, Sheryl L.
- Park, Young
- Shukla, Ravi
- Burshtein, Howard
Areas & Expertise:
CASL’s Private Right of Action – Class Action Goldmine or Proxy for the Regulator?
The Casl "Grace Period": What Will The July 1, 2017 Deadline Mean For Businesses?
BYOD and Social Media – Legal issues and Best Practices to Reduce Employer Liability
8th Annual Information Privacy and Data Protection:CASL Update
The 7 Step Information SecurityCompliance Program
Public Availability of Electronic Addresses An Insufficient Basis for Implied Consent
Organizations should exercise caution when considering whether to rely upon a CASL exemption, particularly an implied consent exemption. On October 27, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission issued its first extensive written decision under Canada’s Anti-Spam Law against Blackstone Learning Corp. The following is an analysis of the lessons learned.
Areas & Expertise:
The Clock is Ticking To Obtain Consent: Upcoming CASL Deadline
Legal Considerations Regarding the Use of Electronic Contracts and Signatures
Canadian Private Sector Privacy Rights Protection: What Businesses Need to Know
Purchasing professionals would do well to consider information security requirements in third-party vendor services agreements. Click here to read the article authored by Fogler Rubinoff Partner, Ravi Shukla, originally published in Purchasing B2B