Pitblado Law Q1 Privacy Forum - Feb 16, 2016

Posted: February 04, 2016 | Last Updated: February 15, 2017

Stay on top of legal obligations and get ahead of risk mitigation with practical tips and advice! 

Join us for Pitblado’s quarterly Privacy Forum session, hosted by Partner Adam Herstein and Lawyer Andrew Buck. These sessions are tailored to professionals who manage privacy within an organization; and will address current trends, review recent cases and/or legislative developments, and provide guidance about privacy and other law issues.

Content is delivered to add insight and value regarding best practices for your organization and what you must consider to protect your information, assets, and client data. Privacy Forums are best suited to:

  • Chief Privacy Officers and Chief Marketing Officers
  • Entrepreneurs, Startups, and Sole Proprietors
  • IT Managers and Directors
  • Presidents and Executive Leadership Teams responsible for IT, CASL, Privacy and Social Media

Whether private sector or public sector, large company or owner-managed organization, non-profit or member-based organization, the Privacy Forum provides information relevant to all sectors through the lens of managing privacy.  Sessions also offer a dynamic and valuable opportunity to learn from other attendees on development, risk mitigation, and tackling emerging legal issues within their organizations.

The next session occurs February 16, 2016.  Annual membership cost is $1000 per organization (multiple attendees per organization is acceptable), which provides access to all four events to be held in 2016.

Members may choose to attend via webinar or in person. All members receive print materials from each session, as well as on-demand access to the webinar.

Pitblado Law's Q1 Privacy Forum

Tuesday, February 16

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Lunch Provided)

Pitblado Law 25th Floor Boardroom, 2500 – 260 Main St.

To register or learn more about the Privacy Forum, please contact Liz Amorim

Couldn’t make the event? 

The next Privacy Forum will occur May 17, 2016. To learn more or register, contact Liz Amorim