Papers presented at the 2014 IT.Can Conference

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Annual Update on IP Issues for Information Technology

Trade-Marks & Domain Names


  • Copyright
    Ysolde Gendreau, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal


Day 1 Kenote Speaker

Cybersecurity: Mitigating Business Risk

Evolution of IT Licensing: From Software Licensing to Software as a Service

Day 2 Kenote Speaker

Privacy and Information Governance Challenges in the Age of Big Data

  • Slideshow (pptx)
    Jerrard B. Gaertner, Canadian Information Processing Society
  • Slideshow (ppt)
    Kateri-Anne Grenier, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP


Roundtable 1. IT and the Practice of Law: Whatever Happened to the Paperless Office?

  • The Paperless Office? (pptx)
    Monica Goyal, Founder of My Legal Briefcase and Aluvion Law & John Gregory, Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario

Roundtable 2. Développements récents 2013–2014 en TI
en droit québécois

Roundtable 3. Canada’s New Anti-Spam Legislation: Compliance Challenges and Risk Mitigation Strategies

Roundtable 4. Mobile Payment Technology Issues

Roundtable 5. Hot Topics in IT Law 2014

Roundtable 6. A Checklist of Issues for Doing Business in Quebec

Roundtable 7. Strategic Use of Outsourcing Arrangements

Roundtable 8. Global Practice Issues: The Intersection of Anti-Corruption and Technology

Roundtable 9. Mobile and Telecommunications Contracting

Roundtable 10. The Current State of Net Neutrality

Last updated October 27, 2014.