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Osler privacy and data management partner Adam Kardash joins this International Risk Management Conference session designed to help risk managers understand how to embed cyber risk into enterprise risk framework and strategies.
Osler’s new webinar series has got you covered. Featuring our team of market-leading experts, Class Action Preparedness Briefs offer high-level insight into controlling risk and proactively anticipating the class actions process to ensure you’re prepared for whatever comes your way. And all in five 15-minute sessions.
At this year’s Canada-U.S. Securities Summit, Osler’s Larry Ritchie and the Canadian Securities Transition Office’s Douglas Hyndman team up to discuss the governance and organizational arrangements of the Canadian Cooperative Capital Markets Regulator.
In this half day interactive workshop, leading Chief Privacy Officers and representatives from privacy regulatory authorities will address the practical challenges and best practices of breach reporting, readiness, and response.
Jana Steele, partner in Osler’s Pensions & Benefits Group, is attending the CPBI Saskatchewan Regional Conference in Saskatoon to discuss the ambiguity surrounding indexation as a pension benefit in the breakout session entitled The Indexation Debate.
Join our Employment and Labour Law team for a webinar update on the new developments in employment law and key legal issues affecting human resource management in Canada today
Join Osler’s Jennifer Fairfax at part three of the Canadian Bar Association’s Anatomy of an Environmental Regulatory Challenge Passport Series. The session will offer practical tips and insights on how to use experts wisely in the wake of the Ontario Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Moore v. Getahun and outline the types of experts you may need at various environmental tribunals.
In this webinar, Osler’s Larry Ritchie analyzes in-house counsels’ biggest regulatory concerns as gleaned from recent industry research and offers insight into how comprehensive compliance programs can be built to proactively address key issues. The session concludes with a sneak preview of what is in the pipeline for 2015. Presentation materials from this webinar are now available online.
Osler’s Michelle Lally is proud to be a part of this year’s Ryerson Women in Leadership Conference. In The Confidence Gap panel, Michelle joins Charyl Galpin, Head of BMO Nesbitt Burns, and moderator Elena Cherney, Bureau Chief of WSJ Canada, to explore the argument that women are underrepresented in senior roles not just because of personal choice or institutional bias, but because of being held back by a lack of confidence.
Richard Wong, Partner, Corporate and chair of Osler’s construction and infrastructure practice group, co-chairs an infrastructure development primer at a morning session on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 (to be held at 20 Toronto Street, Toronto). With governments using alternative financing and procurement and public-partnerships as a means of funding major infrastructure projects and improvements, practitioners will gain insight into the structure of a project and the inherent risks and challenges.
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