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CACE Privacy Webinar

May 30, 2018 - May 30, 2018

CACE Privacy Webinar : The Broadening Scope of Requests for Personal Information: Assessing the Organizational Impacts

Cost: Complimentary to all CACE Members 

(Firms will be limited to one or two computer links per firm as we are limited to 100 links)

Increasingly, companies and other institutions are dealing with ever broadening requests for personal information from employees, former employees, and other individual stakeholders. This trend is creating complexity and confusion in respect of how far organizations must go to respond to such requests. In some cases, these broad requests for personal information become the precursor to litigation while in others they cause interference with active settlement negotiations. In addition, broad requests for personal information bring challenges for organizations from a document recovery and production perspective and place pressure on organizations’ internal resources.

Presented by Kate Bilson, Chief Privacy Officer and Senior Legal Counsel for TransCanada, this webinar will focus on:

  • The underlying rationales for these broadening requests;
  • The intersection of Canadian litigation and privacy regimes;
  • The practical challenges that broad requests for personal information bring for organizations; and
  • Some options for how to navigate through them.

    To register, please click on the registration link below or copy and paste it into your browser Please note that we have a limited number of computer links for this webinar, so we encourage you to sign up early to avoid disappointment.



Jun 21, 2018 - Jun 21, 2018

Presented by, Jeremy Warning, Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP, Ryan Conlin, Stringer LLP and Jeremy Schwartz, Stringer LLP.

In its July 8, 2016, in R. v. Jordan, the Supreme Court of Canada re-wrote the rules relating to the right to trial within a reasonable time as guaranteed by section 11(b) of the Charter. The new framework sought to simplify the analysis and increase predictability. Concepts like institutional delay and irremediable prejudice were replaced with presumptive ceilings and exceptional circumstances and delay applications became, arguably, more realistic for employers. The Jordan analysis has now been applied by the courts for almost two years. Its principles are developing and evolving and will, directly or indirectly, have an impact on regulatory prosecutions across Canada.   

This webinar will address the changes made through the Jordan decision and discuss the practical impact they have for employers and counsel defending prosecutions. The issues that will be touched on will include: 

  • Jordan and corporations
  • Defence delay (including delay caused by co-defendants)
  • The transitional case exception
  • Particularly complex cases and the Crown’s obligation to manage them
  • Delay arising from judicial deliberations
  • The importance of putting your client’s position on the record
  • How comments made off the record at Pre-Trial Conferences can be relevant
  • Practical guidance on putting together Section 11(b) Applications
  • Best practices and practical steps for managing the Jordan framework

To register, please click on the registration link below or copy and paste it into your browser note that we have a limited number of computer links for this webinar, so we encourage you to sign up early to avoid disappointment.

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The Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE) is an association of management-side labour and employment lawyers across Canada. CACE promotes excellence in the specialized field of labour and employment law, and engages in legislation and law reform activities at the provincial and federal level. Created in 2004 by a Founders' Committee of labour lawyers across Canada, CACE now has over 1250 members, including leading labour and employment counsel, corporate counsel and affiliate members from the United States.

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