Are You Prepared for the Changes Coming to CASL on July 1, 2017?
The Time to Start Is Now.
Canada turns 150 on July 1. That date also marks a milestone for Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL). While few may be blowing out the candles for CASL's fourth birthday, two important milestones related to the expiration of the transition period for implied consent and the coming into force of the private right of action will take effect. Join us for this important webinar event led by the legal experts at Pitblado LLP. You will learn:
- How the end of the transition period for implied consent will affect your organization
- What the private right of action means for risk exposure
- Steps you should be taking both before and after July 1, in view of these changes
Waiting until July 1 to prepare your organization will be too late. Get the vital facts and details you need BEFORE the deadline hits. Register today.
This webinar is open to CSAE members and non-members. Webinar participants will also receive a FREE recording of the webinar.
Adam Herstein provides legal counsel to various businesses; particularly, those intersecting law, technology, and the Internet. Part of his practice involves advising clients in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, with respect to their privacy and CASL compliance obligations. Adam, along with Andrew Buck, runs Pitblado's Privacy Forum, a membership-based group that meets quarterly to learn about and discuss the latest developments in privacy and anti-spam law.
Andrew Buck has a business law practice, with a focus on electronic commerce issues. As part of that practice, he provides guidance about CASL compliance. Andrew is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association's National Access and Privacy Law Section, which has had an active role in advocating with respect to the implementation of CASL.