What's New in Compliance and Privacy for In-house Counsel
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)

The compliance department of organizations operating in Canada is becoming busier with increasingly more complex, legislative initiatives that incentivize or mandate collaboration and self-reporting, in a diverse range of areas of law. Join us for two engaging discussions. The first panel will explore how the introduction of differed prosecution agreements in Canada will change how organizations conduct internal investigations and comply with self-reporting obligations. The second panel will discuss the implication of the new security breach notification requirements under PIPEDA. This session is not to be missed!


Lawrence A. Conmigo, Senior Claims Counsel, Everest Insurance Company of Canada
Helen Liu, Associate Senior Counsel, Intact Financial


Regulatory and Corporate Liability
From Due Diligence to Risk Management
Kenneth Jull, Counsel, Gardiner Roberts LLP

Deferred Prosecution Regime in Canada /
Accords de poursuite différée - Le régime canadien

Stéphane Hould, Senior Counsel, Regulatory and Economic Prosecutions & Practice Management Divisions, Economic Crime, Public Prosecution Service of Canada

PIPEDA Requirements: Breaches of Security Safeguards
Jennifer Seligy, Legal Counsel, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (Ottawa)

Preparing For Privacy Incidents
Jane Percival, Chief Privacy Officer and Associate General Counsel, Legal, Corporate & Compliance Group, BMO Financial Group

Privacy Breach Response
Turning Adversity into Opportunity
John Juba, Chief Compliance Officer - Canada, Chubb

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