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  • 8 Oct 2022 11:29 PM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Recorded October 4, 2022

    The sale and export of surveillance technology is a growing industry around the world with serious impacts on human rights, such as the rights to privacy and freedom of expression. Canadian companies are participants in this industry, raising important questions regarding human rights due diligence, ethics, and more. This presentation provides an introduction to this global industry and uses the example of spyware—a particularly intrusive form of surveillance which essentially turns your phone into a spy in your pocket—as a case study for discussing some of the key regulatory and other issues arising from the spread of surveillance technology.

    Siena Anstis is a Senior Legal Advisor with The Citizen Lab, an interdisciplinary laboratory based at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at the University of Toronto. Siena’s research focuses on international law, human rights, technology, and migration. Prior to joining Citizen Lab, Siena worked at Morrison & Foerster LLP in New York and clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada and Ontario Court of Appeal. Her recent publications discuss how Canadian internet-filtering technology has been misused by authoritarian regimes and how government procurement processes can inject transparency and accountability into the development of hacking technology.

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    CPD confirmed: 1 hour substantive

    Registration:

    • FREE for CAN-TECH Law members
    • $15 plus HST: Non-members

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  • 8 Oct 2022 11:22 PM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Recorded Thursday, September 29, 2022

    By forcing many employees to work from home, COVID-19 challenged long-accepted norms and expectations surrounding work and the workplace. For some, working remotely has been a welcome change, and at times a refuge from unwanted office dynamics such as microaggressions. Meanwhile, many organizations are keen to get “back to normal” and are requiring or encouraging employees to return to the office. With the knowledge that “normal” ways of working may not have always been inclusive, our panel seeks to explore how lessons learned from the pandemic can inform how we can make the return to office inclusive for everyone.

    Speakers:

    • Shav Hasfal-Mcintosh – Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion from WealthSimple
    • Nita Chhinzer, MBA, PhD – Associate Professor, Department of Management, University of Guelph

    Moderators:

    • Gian King – General Counsel at GS1 Canada
    • Lisa Danay Wallace – Partner at WeirFoulds LLP
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    CPD CONFIRMED: 1 hour Professionalism

    Registration:

    • FREE for CAN-TECH Law members
    • $15 plus HST: Non-members
  • 19 Jul 2022 7:50 AM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)
    Recorded Tuesday, July 19, 2022

    The federal government recently tabled Bill C-27 introducing updates to the federal private sector privacy regime and a new law on artificial intelligence. The newly proposed Artificial Intelligence and Data Act is the first attempt the government is taking to regulate the use of artificial intelligence in the private sector. Our speakers will give you an overview of the proposed Act and explore some of the key themes in more detail.

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    Substantive hour: 1 hour

    Featured Speakers:

    Dongwoo Kim, University of Toronto Faculty of Law

    Dongwoo Kim is a summer student at INQ Law and a rising 2L at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

    Prior to law school, Dongwoo was a program manager at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he led the research initiatives on emerging technologies in the Asia-Pacific region, publishing reports and policy briefs on topics such as national-level AI policies, technology and geopolitics, and use of digital technology during COVID-19. His writing has been featured in publications such as The Globe and MailThe Diplomat, and Policy Options. He continues to write regularly on tech policies and trends for the Korea Economic Institute of America, a D.C.-based think tank.

    Dongwoo is an alumnus of the University of Alberta (B.A. Honours) and UBC (M.A. in Politics), and also spent a year at Peking University, where he was a Yenching Scholar and completed another M.A. in China Studies with a focus on international relations. Dongwoo is a Junior Fellow at Massey College and has volunteered for the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Studies (Privacy Law Reform group), Indigenous Law Journal, Korean Legal Clinic, and the Privacy and Cybersecurity Law Group at law school. He is fluent in Korean and Spanish, in addition to having basic Mandarin Chinese and French competencies. 


    Sarah Anderson Dykema, McInnes Cooper

    Sarah is a partner in the Privacy and Technology group at McInnes Cooper, based in Halifax. She works with a wide range of clients, including multinational businesses expanding into the Canadian market, tech start-ups, and organizations in the public sector. Sarah’s practice includes advising on compliance with Canadian privacy laws, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), technology contracting and licensing, consumer protection, and intellectual property matters. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (“CIPP/C”) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and is a frequent speaker on privacy and cybersecurity topics.

    Sarah is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the CBA (Privacy & Access Law) and CAN-TECH.

    Moderated by:

    Kuljit Bhogal, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    Kuljit is an associate in the Privacy and Data Management practice group at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Kuljit’s practice focuses on a wide range of matters in the areas of privacy, cybersecurity, technology, artificial intelligence, and data governance and regulatory compliance matters. She advises clients on privacy matters, including regulatory compliance with applicable provincial, federal and international requirements; privacy policies and procedures; privacy impact assessments; investigating and managing data breach and cybersecurity incidents; and privacy issues in mergers and acquisitions.

    As a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/C), Kuljit has in-depth knowledge of Canadian information privacy laws, principles and practices at the federal, provincial and territorial levels. 

    Webcast Purchase:

    • FREE for CAN-TECH Law members
    • $15 plus HST: Non-members

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    • A link to access the webcast recording will be included in your registration confirmation.  Be sure to check your spam/junk folder.
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  • 7 Jun 2022 9:10 PM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

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    Bios of Conference Speakers

    Recorded June 7-8, 2022

    2022 CAN-TECH Spring Conference: Moving fast without breaking things.

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    Conference Co-chairs:

    Marie-Claire Albanese, Director, Senior Legal Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Green Shield Canada

    Ron Lo, General Counsel, Symend

    The world of law and technology never stops innovating.  Join us for CAN-TECH Law’s Moving Fast without Breaking Things Virtual Conference on June 7-8th, 2022 for the latest insights from Canada’s top legal practitioners as they opine on legal trends and developments in cybersecurity, electronic monitoring, international data ownership and the legal ethics of cryptocurrency in a globalized but conflicted world. New this year, CAN-TECH will offer a hands-on workshop on negotiation, especially adapted for post pandemic environments.

    Spring Conference Recording pricing:

    • $300.00 plus HST: CAN-TECH Law members
    • $200.00 plus HST: CAN-TECH Law In-house Counsel/Government members
    • $50.00 plus HST: CAN-TECH Law Student members
    • $400.00 plus HST: Non-members

    NO REFUNDS. Details to webcast will be emailed with registration receipt. Please be sure to follow the instructions to access the webcast and materials.

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  • 19 May 2022 9:29 PM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Recorded on Thursday, May 19, 2022, 12:30 to 2 p.m. EDT

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    • FREE for CAN-TECH Law members
    • $15 plus HST: non-members

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    • There are no refunds

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  • 26 Apr 2022 9:24 PM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)
    Recorded on April 26, 2022

    Please join us for a webinar on the evolution of data localization.

    Cross-border data transfer and localization laws are rapidly evolving across Canada and around the world. What are the trends and what are the operational business impacts? Are we backing away from data localization in Canada on the one hand and adding data transfer rules on the other? And what does this mean for cloud and tech companies, public sector bodies, and for multinationals doing business in Canada?  Please join us for a discussion on these topics, featuring data privacy experts from across the country.

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    Substantive hour: 1 hour

    Featured Speakers:


    Alexis Kerr Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

    Alexis Kerr provides practical, business-driven and results-oriented advice and assistance to clients in all industries where privacy, data protection and cybersecurity are ongoing and ever-evolving challenges.

    Alexis has 18+ years’ experience, as both external counsel and General Counsel, advising organizational clients on compliance with applicable privacy laws, data mapping, developing privacy impact assessments and security threat risk assessments, developing privacy management programs, policies, procedures and tabletop exercises, employee training and education, investigating and managing data and cybersecurity breach incidents, developing and implementing enterprise risk management strategies, and litigating privacy-related issues before both privacy regulators and the courts. In terms of data breach incidents, she has handled everything from inadvertent disclosure, data loss  and employee snooping cases to malicious phishing and ransomware attacks. She also advises on compliance with Canada’s Anti-SPAM Law (CASL) and PCI Data Security Standards.

    Alexis is Past Chair of the Privacy and Access Law Section, Canadian Bar Association (CBA). She has authored or co-authored numerous submissions to the federal and provincial governments regarding proposals to reform privacy and access laws. She has also appeared before the Senate of Canada’s Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on behalf of the CBA in connection with that Committee’s review of proposed amendments to federal privacy and access legislation.


     

    David Fraser, Technology and Privacy Lawyer

    David Fraser is well-known as one of Canada’s leading internet, technology and privacy lawyers. He regularly advises a range of clients – from startups to Fortune 100 companies – on all aspects of technology and privacy laws.

    David advises private and public sector clients to implement compliance programs for Canadian privacy legislation. He regularly provides opinions on privacy laws for both Canadian and international clients and is a frequently invited speaker on this topic. David also acts for complainants and respondents in matters referred to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner. He is the author of the popular Canadian Privacy Law Blog (blog.privacylawyer.ca) and Canadian Cloud Law Blog (cloudlawyer.ca). David’s Privacy Law Blog was awarded a “Clawbie” in 2013 by the Canadian Law Blog Awards. David is also ranked in the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. Other legal directories have nice things to say about him.
     
    David is widely recognized as one of Canada’s foremost authorities on privacy law and other legal issues associated with cloud computing. He regularly advises vendors and customers in connection with implementing cloud computing projects, in both the public and private sectors. David is particularly known for his ability to cut through the seemingly intractable issues related to cross-border data flows and law enforcement/national security access to customer data.


    Suzanne L. Morin, Vice-President, Enterprise Conduct, Data Ethics and Chief Privacy Office

    As Vice-President, Enterprise Conduct, Data Ethics and Chief Privacy Officer, Suzanne is responsible for overall privacy leadership at Sun Life and its subsidiaries worldwide. Her mandate includes the company’s Code of Conduct program and evolving standards for ethical use of data. Suzanne’s prior roles include leading the legal team in Quebec and compliance for IT.
     
    Before joining Sun Life in 2015, Suzanne spent more than 20 years working in the communications industry, for businesses such as Bell Canada and BlackBerry.
     
    A passionate believer in giving back to the community, Suzanne is actively involved with many organizations including the Canadian Bar Association’s National Privacy and Access Law Section and MediaSmarts, a leader in media and digital literacy. Suzanne served as an appointed member of the Board of the Standards Council of Canada for over a decade.
     
    Suzanne has appeared before parliamentary and legislative committees, speaks frequently at Canadian and international conferences, and is an Advisory Board Member and occasional contributor to the Internet and E-commerce Law in Canada and the Canadian Privacy Law Review.
     
    Suzanne is always physically active, walking and working in the yard, loves jigsaw puzzles and coffee. She has a son and husband and divides her time between Ottawa and Montreal.

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    Kristin Ali, Corporate Counsel, Enterprise Holdings Inc.

    As Corporate Counsel for Enterprise Holdings, Kristin advises on global data protection issues impacting the mobility industry. She has extensive experience negotiating complex commercial contracts involving data and regularly advises on employee, franchisee, risk and compliance issues relating to privacy and cybersecurity.
     
    Prior to her in-house role, Kristin worked in the privacy and litigation groups of two Canadian national law firms, advising emerging and established companies on privacy risks in M&A transactions, how to respond in the wake of a data breach, and on litigation matters involving technology-related disputes. Kristin also practiced for many years in the United States as a litigator, representing public and private organizations in litigation, arbitration, and government investigations relating to data security breaches and securities fraud.

    Throughout her career, Kristin has contributed to several pro bono matters, diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, and the academic community. She has worked on pro bono projects relating to homelessness and LGBTQ+ issues, and represented asylum seekers and incarcerated individuals on constitutional matters. She is the former Co-Chair of Osler’s South Asian Network and co-founder of the organization. She a former member of the adjunct faculty of Osgoode Hall Law School where she taught an upper-year seminar on contractual remedies for many years. Kristin begun her legal career, clerking for Justices Doherty, MacPherson, Juriansz and LaForme of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
     
    Kristin is currently a member of the Board of Directors for CAN-TECH.

    Webcast Purchase:

    • FREE for CAN-TECH Law members
    • $15 plus HST: Non-members

    Special Instructions:

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    • There are no refunds

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  • 9 Feb 2022 7:47 AM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Toufic Adlouni, emerging technology lawyer and co-founder of Renno & Co - Canada's digital law firm - primarily works in the startup community to aid high growth companies in the technology sector to raise equity financing and protect their IP. He leverages his knowledge and expertise on the regulatory issues affecting the Canadian digital asset and blockchain market, specifically speaking regulatory compliance issues that affect digital asset issuers, to enhance the value of his clients and their attractiveness to investors.

    Hosted by:

    Andrew C. Alleyne, Partner, Fasken
    Vice-President, CAN-TECH Law

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  • 24 Nov 2021 7:53 AM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Recorded on November 24, 2021 12 to 1 PM ET

    Please watch our Women Telling Stories event. Our excellent panel of female lawyers from different practice areas and levels of experience shared stories from their professional journey to provide insight on seizing opportunities and navigating challenges in the legal world. Our panel imparted their most impactful professional advice, followed by a fireside chat with questions. No doubt will you find inspiration from these amazing mentors and learn best practices for career and profile management as a legal professional; mentoring best practices; and work/life balance and wellness principles for lawyers and paralegals. 

    Agenda: 

    • Our panel of experts share their professional stories
    • Fireside chat with the questions

    Moderated by:

    • Lisa Danay Wallace, WeirFoulds LLP

    • Maya Madeiros, Norton Rose Fulbright

    Our panel of experts: 

    • Nancy Cleman - Lapointe Rosenstein Marchand Melancon 

    • Catherine Lovrics – Marks & Clerk 

    • Nadine Letson – Microsoft 

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  • 20 Oct 2021 9:08 AM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Originally recorded on October 20 & 21, 2021.

    2021 CAN-TECH LAW Annual Conference to stay on top of the most recent and significant developments in Canadian and international technology law, gain an analysis of critical changes from over 45 leading experts from across Canada and the globe and to connect with our faculty and your peers via our interactive online experience. Get the answers you need to the latest and most critical technology law questions including:

    • The latest legal developments related to privacy, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence
    • Managing risks arising from the expanding use of digital identification technologies
    • Changes in all areas of intellectual property and the implications for technology transactions
    • Comprehending evolving legal issues related to blockchain and non-fungible tokens
    • Drafting and negotiating digital interaction agreements and risk allocation
    • Keeping up with new standard contractual clauses for transferring personal data
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  • 2 Jun 2021 9:43 AM | CAN-TECH Law (Administrator)

    Conference Co-Chairs:

    Kuljit Bhogal, Legal Counsel, LoyaltyOne, CO. & Arun Krishnamurti, Counsel, Google Canada

    Over a year has passed and COVID-19 continues to disrupt the way we do business today!  Legal practitioners have had to adjust the way they work with clients over virtual boundaries, and this year has highlighted the need for reliable technology more than ever before. With this enormous shift to everything delivered remotely, many legal challenges have arisen and are continuing to develop at a rapid pace. Join us on June 2nd and 3rd to gain insights from more than 20 leading experts in technology law from across Canada as they discuss key legal technology issues including:

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