Get Ready for Canada's New Anti-Spam Law

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Canada’s new anti-spam legislation, known as CASL is one of the strictest in the world. In general, CASL requires consent for the sending of “commercial electronic messages” and requires that all such messages meet certain form and content requirements. This seems simple but, as always, implementation can be complicated.

This webinar explains the legislation and walks through some real-world scenarios to demonstrate how to comply with it.

Register now to learn more about CASL's regulation and implementation to ensure your organization's compliance!

Featured Speakers:

Tricia Kuhl
Partner
Blake, Cassels & Graydon
Wendy Mee
Associate
Blake, Cassels & Graydon

Tricia Kuhl is a partner in the Blakes Montreal office. Her practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial matters, and intellectual property law. She represents clients in the pharmaceutical, technology, fashion and renewable energy industries. Tricia has advised clients in the technology sector on complex arrangements relating to all aspects of intellectual property and privacy concerns. She also advises clients in relation to Canada's proposed anti-spam legislation.

Wendy Mee is an associate in the Blakes Toronto office. She practices primarily in the area of privacy law, where she advises a wide range of clients, including in the life sciences, financial services, education, retail, food and consumer goods sectors, on a variety of privacy and data protection issues. Wendy also advises clients on marketing and advertising issues generally, including in respect of Canada's anti-spam law, the CRTC's do not call rules, misleading advertising and contests and promotions.


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