Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation Workshop:
CASL Compliance and Risk Mitigation Strategies
Offices of Osler, Hoskin, Harcourt LLP
100 King Street West
Suite 6300 - First Canadian Place
May 22, 2014
Canada is enacting comprehensive anti-spam legislation [CASL] affecting all organizations that send emails, text messages, and other commercial electronic messages in the course of their marketing and other business activities.
The legislation contains strict consent, notice and unsubscribe requirements. The penalties for non-compliance are potentially severe, including: private right of action of up to $200 per violation (e.g. per email/text message sent); up to $1M for individuals; and up to $10M for businesses.
3-MINUTE VIDEO from presenter, Adam Kardash, regarding the May 22 content: CLICK HERE
As part of CanadianCIO's ongoing education initiatives for business decision makers, digital publisher IT World Canada has partnered with Osler, Hoskin, Harcourt LLP, one of the top legal firms in the country - especially in the field of anti-spam and privacy legislation - to deliver a compelling and informative seminar on CASL Compliance and Risk Mitigation Strategies.
This two and half hour CASL workshop delivered by OSLER's Privacy and Data Management team will provide chief privacy officers and corporate executives responsible for CASL adherence with the following:
- A snapshot of the crucial compliance issues
- Timelines of the legislation coming into full force
- An overview of important consent, notice and unsubscribe requirements
- An outline of the enforcement provisions including penalties for non-compliance and the due diligence defense
- Practical steps that your organization can take to ensure compliance and other risk mitigating strategies
Who Should Attend:
This CASL Workshop is a must attend event for the following corporate executives and management responsible for Privacy and Anti-Spam policies:
- Chief Privacy Officers
- C-Suite executives
- Managers, Directors and VPs of Marketing
- Managers, Directors and VPs of IT
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