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Governance

The Canadian Technology Law Association ("CAN-TECH Law") was founded in 1997 by a group of Canadian technology lawyers from across the country. We provide a national forum for Canadian practitioners to discuss the uniquely Canadian aspects of technology law and related fields of e-commerce and intellectual property.

Objectives

  • Offer programs and content to keep pace with how evolving technology shapes law and vice versa
  • Create opportunities for the sharing of information within the diverse community of professionals at the intersection of technology and business
  • Provide opportunities for relationship building and networking across this diverse community
  • Provide a forum for those new to technology legal issues to grow their knowledge in this area
  • Seek and encourage collaboration between CAN-TECH Law and other relevant professional associations, groups and individuals with compatible interests

Executive

James Kosa

Partner, WeirFoulds LLP
James Kosa
CAN-TECH Position: CAN-TECH President
Membership: Practising Lawyer (Attorneys in practice 5 years or more)
Practice Area: Information Technology, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications
Speaking Availability: Interested in speaking at events
Mentorship: Login or Join to view mentorship info

Allan Oziel

Founder of Oziel Law, Oziel Law
Allan Oziel
CAN-TECH Position: CAN-TECH Treasurer, CAN-TECH Board Member
Membership: Practising Lawyer (Attorneys in practice 5 years or more)
Practice Area: Information Technology, Technology Contracting, Trademark
Speaking Availability: Interested in speaking at events
Mentorship: Login or Join to view mentorship info