Privacy Law Summit 2019
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: April 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The interconnectivity of people today across social media and information networks prioritizes data, personal privacy and protection. Yet, as several high profile data breaches and corollary lawsuits illustrate, the risks for your clients are real and can impact their representation at a moment's notice. Privacy law is dynamic. It evolves to account for human behaviour, and responds to broader Canadian and international developments. Practicing privacy law, therefore, creates a need for staying current on the pressing topics in the field. Join us at Privacy Law Summit 2019 as our faculty will help you navigate the cutting-edge issues and sharpen your understanding of them. Register now to secure your attendance at this mainstay event.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Irena Brooks, Toronto District School Board
Nishi Malik, Pallett Valo LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

What You Need to Know About Privacy Case Law and Litigation
Sajjad Nematollahi, Siskinds LLP

Presentation
Sajjad Nematollahi, Siskinds LLP

Privacy Law Update: Key (non-class action) cases in 2018-2019
Justin Safayeni, Stockwoods LLP

Privacy Case Law Update (Non-class Action Context) - Presentation
Justin Safayeni, Stockwoods LLP

Factum - Motion for Joinder of the CBC
Submitted by Sean Moreman, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Notice of Application (T-1779-18)
Submitted by Sean Moreman, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Additional Resources
Submitted by Sean Moreman, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Reporting a Privacy Breach to the Commissioner
Submitted by Manuela Di Re, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

Annual Reporting of Privacy Breach Statistics to the Commissioner
Submitted by Manuela Di Re, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

Tackling Privacy Breaches for Health Care Providers - Presentation
Manuela Di Re, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

PHIPA and Tackling Privacy Breaches for Health Care Providers - Presentation
Paula Kocsis, Director of Privacy and Information Access, Sinai Health Systems

The One About the Privacy Breach - Presentation
Mary Jane Dykeman, DDO Health Law, INQ Data Law

Ten Things I Have Learned About De-identification - Presentation
Dr. Khaled El Emam, Privacy Analytics

De-Identification and Anonymization of Personal Information: Black, White, and Many Shades of Grey in Between - Presentation
Patricia Kosseim, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Deidentified Biospecimens and Data-ready for Research - Presentation
Monique Albert, Director, Ontario Tumour Bank, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

EU General Data Protection Regulation Overview
Ronak Shah, Torys LLP

GDPR Update - Presentation
Ronak Shah, Torys LLP

Data Subjects Under the GDPR and PIPEDA
Catherine Lovrics, Bereskin & Parr LLP
Amanda Branch, Bereskin & Parr LLP

Data Subject Rights - GDPR vs. PIPEDA - Presentation
Catherine Lovrics, Bereskin & Parr LLP
Amanda Branch, Bereskin & Parr LLP

Key Operational Issues for GDPR and PIPEDA Compliance - Presentation
Jillian Siskind, Jillian M. Siskind & Associates

Checklist
Jillian Siskind, Jillian M. Siskind & Associates

Privacy Compliance for Ontario Private Sector Recreational Cannabis Retailers: Notes and Checklist
Peter Murphy, Shibley Righton LLP

Privacy Law Summit 2019 - Cannabis Sales/Use and Privacy Considerations in Ontario
Russell Bennett, Cannabis Law

Moving on from the Ombuds Model for Data Protection in Canada
Dr. Teresa Scassa, University of Ottawa

ETHI Committee Report Recommends Major PIPEDA Overhaul
David Young, David Young Law Firm

Privacy by Design - The 7 Foundational Principles
Submited by Fazila Nurani, PRIVATECH

Privacy by Design - The 7 Foundational Principles - Presentation
Timothy Banks, nNovation LLP
Fazila Nurani, PRIVATECH

Supplementary Materials
Dr. Brenda McPhail, Canadian Civil Liberties Association

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