For business owners, understanding Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) regulations can seem like a tough task – especially as these laws and how they apply to your business are regularly updated.
Join Drew Kelsall, Business Lawyer with MDK Law for Update on Privacy and Anti-Spam Laws – a free virtual event happening Thursday, February 18th.
This free virtual event will provide participants with:
- A general overview of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation and the activities it covers;
- Recent developments and decisions under CASL;
- Anticipated changes to Canada’s privacy legislation; and
- A brief discussion of changes coming to Quebec privacy legislation.
Being informed about the latest developments with CASL and how it applies to your business can help you be sure your business is ready for the changes to come. Register today!
About the Speaker: Drew Kelsall
Originally from Toronto, Drew obtained his Bachelor of Arts at McGill University in History and International Relations in 2011. He then lived in Australia while attending first year of law school at Bond University, and completed his Juris Doctor at Queen’s University, graduating in 2015.
After law school, Drew articled in Toronto with a large national firm, following which he moved to Ottawa and began practicing Matrimonial & Family Law, which was his main area of practise prior to joining MDK Business Law. Outside of the office, Drew enjoys skiing during the winter months, travelling, and relaxing at his family’s cottage in Muskoka during the summer.
He is an accomplished tenor saxophonist and has an interest in science fiction and video games.
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