Freedom of information (FOI) coordinators responding to access requests need to balance a wide range of issues, from clarifying requests and arranging reasonable searches to preparing fee estimates, all within tight time frames. This program addresses a number of the strategic and practical considerations which go into responding to requests under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA).
The County of Carleton Law Association’s newly extended Ottawa Eight-Minute Employment Lawyer program is designed for all lawyers with an interest in learning about the latest in employment law, whether they practise exclusively or only occasionally in this area of law. At this year’s event, Siobhan O’Brien has written a paper and will present a session titled, “Electronic Monitoring, Privacy, and Employment Law.”
If you are an employment lawyer, the Law Society of Ontario’s “Eight-Minute” is the go-to program for the busy legal practitioner as it quickly covers all of the recent developments in employment law.
Counselwell is hosting a virtual mini-conference where a panel of lawyers and legal technologists will explore both the legal implications of AI and how in-house lawyers can practically use AI to supercharge their legal departments.
Hicks Morley’s Scott Williams and Victoria McCorkindale will be speaking on a panel with privacy regulator staff at the IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, the largest annual gathering of privacy professionals.
FOI Coordinators responding to access requests need to balance a wide range of issues from clarifying requests and arranging reasonable searches to preparing fee estimates all within tight time frames. This program addresses a number of the strategic and practical considerations which go into responding to requesters under FIPPA.
Designed by a multidisciplinary faculty of leading experts, this comprehensive, practical and skills-based Osgoode Certificate explores topics related to the legal and technology issues in eDiscovery, best practices for the preservation of evidence, forensics essentials, information governance strategies, critical updates in privacy, cybersecurity and AI as they relate to information management, and more.
In this workshop, we will discuss the various technologies employers can utilize within the workplace (including GPS, computer monitoring, video surveillance, biometrics, etc.) and what legal implications come from the use of such technologies. We will review privacy and other compliance requirements to consider, and we will discuss how technology can benefit your investigation.
This webinar will focus on the potential changes to Canada’s privacy legislation through the introduction of Bill C-27, Digital Charter Implementation Act, 2022. If passed, this Bill will create significant changes to the current Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and would enact new legislation regarding privacy and artificial intelligence. We will discuss the key impacts should Bill C-27 get passed, along with what this means for Canada’s privacy legislation going forward.
Please note registration for this event is now closed. Overview Ransom attacks and other data security breaches in North America continue to pose significant threats to both private-sector and public-sector entities. It is critical for organizations to develop incident response plans to address such attacks in order to quickly and effectively minimize their impact and…