Recorded on Thursday, May 19, 12:30 to 2 p.m. EDT
Privacy lawyers will give you an overview of changes coming under Quebec’s Bill 64 and then explore key topics in detail. Key topics will include practical advice on how to implement a Bill 64 compliance program, as well as interpretive guidance on new compliance obligations applicable to profiling, anonymization, data portability and the conduct of privacy impact assessments.
Julie Himo, Partner, Torys LLP
Julie is a highly regarded advisor to Canadian and multinational clients across industries in their cybersecurity governance, conducting strategic risk and privacy assessments and providing counsel on a wide variety of privacy issues.
Allen Mendelsohn, Internet Law Specialist and McGill University Faculty of Law
Allen Mendelsohn is a sole practitioner specializing in internet law, advising a wide range of clients on internet and privacy issues. He is also a sessional lecturer at the Faculty of Law at McGill University, teaching upper-year courses on internet and privacy law.
Charles Morgan, Partner & Co-Lead of Cyber/Data Group, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
A nationally recognized leader in cybersecurity, data protection and technology law, Charles brings deep understanding of disruptive technologies, providing practical advice to help clients fully exploit the promise of innovative solutions while managing risk.
Nancy Cleman AD. E., Partner, Lapointe Rosenstein Marchand Melançon, LLP
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