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Information Technology Law in 2035: Where are we headed?

September-16-2015

Area Technology

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Schedule:
5:00 - 5:30 pm: Cocktails
5:30 - 7:00 pm: Roundtable Discussion

The NCSA’s Mosaic browser was released to an unsuspecting world in 1993. In the two decades since then, the dramatic changes in technology have been mirrored by equally massive changes in Information Technology Law as the laws, lawyers and courts have adapted to an interconnected world and issues as diverse as Y2K, Privacy, Security, eCommerce, IT Governance, IP indemnification and everything else to which the word “Cyber” can be attached.

In this Roundtable, IT.CAN asks leading practitioners to predict what the next twenty years will bring.

IT.Can and Goodmans LLP invite you to join us for a stimulating, out-of-the box examination of Information Technology Law in 2035.

Moderator: Richard Austin, Deeth Williams Wall LLP

Topics and Speakers:

  1. Technology in 2035
    Jay Safer,Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary IBM Canada Ltd.
  2. Privacy and Security in 2035
    Lead Speaker: Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Executive Director, Privacy and Big Data Institute, Ryerson University
    Commentary: Richard Corley, Goodmans LLP, David Fraser, McInnes Cooper
  3. Commercial Law in 2035
    Lead Speaker: George Takach, McCarthy Tetrault LLP
    Commentary: Don Johnston, Aird & Berlis LLP, Amy-Lynne Williams, Deeth Williams Wall LLP

Register here

Members of the Ontario Bar:
This session is eligible toward the substantive hours of the LSUC's annual CPD requirement.