Presented by Invest Ottawa sponsor MDK Business Law
About this webinar
All companies collect and use personal information. As regulations evolve and become more complicated, it is important for business leaders to understand how to collect, store, and use personal information. In this highly interactive two-part workshop designed for an Invest Ottawa audience (Teach, Talk, Try), MDK Business Law will share best practices for building a Data Map, or inventory, and how to craft your Privacy Statement.
About MDK Business Law
MDK Business Law supports entrepreneurs by providing pro-active legal knowledge to help its clients to launch well, grow smart and thrive. The law firm provides legal advice and options that support strategy and decision-making, as well as help to address the inevitable challenges encountered during the business lifecycle. The lawyers at MDK are committed to offering time and resources to members of the local entrepreneurial ecosystem that reinforce building positive, collaborative relationships with other like-minded leaders on a path to achieving long-term business success.
About the Speakers
Parisa Khazra is a Certified Information Privacy Manager and business lawyer at MDK Business Law, focusing on privacy and commercial matters. While attending law school at the University of Ottawa, she was involved in multiple executive student associations, including acting as President of the International Commercial Trade Law Students Association. Prior to law school, Parisa obtained her BBA, with a specialization in international business, and worked at a start-up, assisting with marketing, sales and human resources.
Drew Kelsall is a business lawyer at MDK Business Law, with a primary focus on privacy and data protection. He also assists both technology and other knowledge-based clients with general corporate and commercial matters, and ensuring compliance with Canadian and Ontario laws. Outside the office, Drew enjoys skiing, travelling, and relaxing at his family’s cottage.
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