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CASL & Private Right of Action
April 13 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm|
30$ - 399$
Up to now CASL has not caused to much of an uproar to email marketing except to blatant spammers. Important changes are taking place on July 1st of this year and they could most certainly have a more severe impact on your emailing and SMS communications. Join local CASL expert Martin Kratz of Bennett Jones LLP as he walks us through the changes to CASL and how we can limit our liability under Canada’s Anti-spam law.
Mr. Kratz will:
- Offer a quick refresher on how CASL works,
- Review enforcement action taken over the past few years
- Point out the implications of the end of Transitional Implied Consent on July 1st, 2017
- Help you to understand implications of the New Private Right of Action coming into effect July 1st 2017
About Martin Kratz, Q.C.
Martin leads the anti-spam and the e-Commerce practice for Bennett Jones LLP. Martin’s practice focuses primarily on the technology issues, including anti-spam compliance, electronic commerce as well as the protection and commercialization of intellectual property.
Among numerous recognitions, Martin is identified as one of Canada’s most creative lawyers by LEXPERT-Thomson in the US Guide to Canada’s 100 Most Creative Lawyers; as one of Canada’s leading lawyers in The LEXPERT/American Lawyer’s Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada in intellectual property law; as one of Canada’s leading lawyers in Woodward White’s The Best Lawyers in Canada for intellectual property law, technology law and information technology law; as highly recommended in technology law by the Practicing Law Institute; ranked by Chambers and Partners for information technology law and for intellectual property law; and as a leading lawyer in intellectual property and in information technology by Lawday.
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