January 27, 2010
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
1 First Canadian Place, Suite 6300
The federal government’s proposed anti-spam and anti-spyware legislation (formerly known as Bill C-27) is expected to be fast-tracked once Parliament gets back to business in March. The purpose of this session will be to provide a practical overview of the anti-spam provisions in Bill C-27 as passed by the House of Commons in November. Particular emphasis will be placed on:
- the breadth of the anti-spam regime;
- the “compliance” challenges that legitimate enterprises will face;
- the “preparatory” work enterprises should consider doing now; and
- the implications of the new enforcement regime on legitimate enterprises and “spammers”.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Michael has extensive experience advising industry leading clients develop and exploit technology and e-commerce related products. He represents service providers, software publishers, hardware manufacturers, online vendors and enterprises who acquire technology and complex services. Michael provides legal services to these clients in connection with outsourcing transactions, complex joint ventures, strategic alliances, product distribution arrangements, systems integration projects and privacy compliance initiatives.
Michael is recognized in numerous peer rankings, including the 2009 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory (Computer & IT Law), Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2009 (Information Technology), and Best Lawyers in Canada 2009 (Information Technology and Technology).
Michael is also a Co-Chair of the Legal Affairs Forum of the Information Technology Association of Canada.
Corporate Counsel, Microsoft Canada Inc.
Michael Hilliard joined Microsoft Canada Inc. in 2003. Michael provides broad legal support to the various groups in the subsidiary including consumer and online, retail, marketing, partner, developer, channel and OEM groups. In addition, Michael assists on governance, citizenship and policy matters in Canada. As a resource on Canadian legal matters, Michael provides advice to Microsoft’s global product and other business groups. Prior to joining Microsoft, Michael worked for six years with two leading Canadian law firms, first in intellectual property litigation and later in technology and trade practices.
COST FOR ATTENDANCE
Cost for lunch: ten dollars ($10) for members and students, twenty dollars ($20) for non-members, payable at the meeting. Receipts will be available. Cheques should be made payable to the Toronto Computer Lawyers’ Group.
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