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The Age of Consent: Canada's Opt-In Anti-Spam Law Draws Near

With the publication of much-anticipated revisions to the originally proposed Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations, Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL) may soon be in force, requiring significant changes to the existing electronic marketing practices and business processes of Canadian and international businesses.

Please join Stikeman Elliott for a concise and informative presentation on the key obligations for businesses under the new rules.

Topics will include:

  • Requirements for sending commercial electronic messages and installing computer programs
  • Interpretive guidance from government and regulators
  • Scope and availability of exemptions for some businesses and activities
  • Identification of common risks for businesses
  • Compliance and risk management strategies


This seminar counts for 1.0 Substantive CLE credits.

Adrian Lang, Partner, Stikeman Elliott LLP

David B. Elder, Counsel, Stikeman Elliott LLP

Original Program Date: April 4, 2013, Toronto

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