Compliance Tools for Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law
Presented by Brian Curial, Partner Miller Thompson LLP
On July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) came into force. The potential reach of this legislation is extensive, and all organizations must ask whether they are adequately prepared. Even though you may not consider yourself a spammer, this legislation will significantly regulate important elements of almost every business. Many everyday business activities will be subject to the rules contained in CASL. For organizations to be in compliance with these rules, some important changes will most likely be required to your existing operational practices. Non-compliance with CASL will expose your organization to significant fines and penalties.
We are pleased to invite you to our October 21 business luncheon to hear Brian Curial discuss the importance and potential pitfalls of this new legislation and how it may impact your business operations. Brian will set out the steps you should take to protect your organization from a CASL prosecution.
Brian is a corporate commercial lawyer and partner in the Edmonton office of Miller Thomson LLP. His practice focuses on providing advice on a large variety of corporate, commercial and regulatory issues, including governance, acquisitions and dispositions, non-profit law, real estate, regulatory compliance, contracts, confidentiality, anti-spam, privacy and freedom of information.
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