Privacy law in Canada is highly dynamic. It is also extremely important to American companies due to the major amount of trade between the two countries. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is in the process of defining the bounds of a Canadian Right to be Forgotten. Multimillion dollar CASL penalties are a reality. Jurisdictional issues are complex. This session features experts exploring the practical consequences of Canadian privacy law for global companies. It examines best practices for doing business in Canada in light of the existing privacy and security landscape.

Karen Eltis, Law Professor, University of Ottawa
Kristian Brabander, Partner, McCarthy Tetrault
Nancy Cleman, Partner, Lapointe Rosenstein Marchand Melancon
Julie Himo, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada

Room 302

Readings:

Nancy Cleman

Partner
Lapointe Rosenstein Marchand Melançon (Canada)

Kristian Brabander
Kristian Brabander

Partner
McCarthy Tetrault

Karen Eltis

Professor
University of Ottawa
(Canada)

Julie Himo

Partner
Norton Rose Fulbright (Canada)