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St. Andrew's Club and Conference Centre
Toronto Ontario | May 18, 2017

2017 TECHNOLOGY LAW SPRING FORUM

This annual conference seeks to provide Corporate Commercial and Technology lawyers and business people with an opportunity to learn about the most recent and significant developments in Canadian and international Technology Law, to benefit from an analysis of such developments as provided by leading practitioners and to network with leading colleagues in the area. The main object of this conference will be to provide succinct and topical updates on developments in various areas of Technology law.

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Create Your Perfect Conference!

How it Works

The layout of this year's Spring forum allows you to customize your day to suit your learning needs. Create your own conference of up to 10 courses to achieve your professional development goals. All courses are offered in multiple learning environments: In-Class, Live Webinar or Archived Webinar.

 

Themes

The day consists of 2 themes: 1. Drafting and Regulating in a World of Disruptive Technologies 2. Technology Contracting: The Evolution from a Pre-Cloud to a Post-Cloud World. You are not required to stick to one theme; out of the 10 informative courses, select those that appeal to you to create your perfect schedule.

 

Pick your course

If you wish to take two courses that are happening at the same time, no need to worry, we have a solution. All courses will be recorded and available to purchase as an Archived Webinar. To ensure a full day of learning, you must choose a minimum of 5 courses.

THEME 1:

Drafting and Regulating in a World of Disruptive Technologies

Chaired by Kirsten Thompson, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

• Driven by Data: Autonomous and Connected Vehicles as Data Repositories

• Key Considerations in Preparing for, Responding to and Recovering from a Data Incident

• Understanding the Regulatory Ecosystem for the Fintech Revolution

• Contracting Using Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence

• Technology, Business Process Innovation and the New Contracts Process

THEME 2:

Technology Contracting: The Evolution from a Pre-Cloud to a Post-Cloud World

Chaired by Ian Thorburn, Solicitor, City of Toronto

• Risk Allocation in Cloud Computing Contracts

• Procurement Contracting Models for Cloud vs. on Premises
• IP Contracting to Protect Ownership in a Post-Cloud World
• Service Level Agreements and Service Warranties in a Changing World

• Contracting for Termination, Transitioning

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Accreditation

The 2017 Technology Law Spring forum has been accredited by the following Law Societies.

 

Law Society Of British Columbia

Law Society Of Upper Canada

Barreau Du Québec

Law Society Of New Brunswick

Law Society Of Alberta

 

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Thomson Reuters
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FOR GENERAL QUESTIONS ABOUT IT.CAN

 

Lisa Ptack, Executive Director
Tel: 905-889-0640
Email: lisa.ptack@it-can.ca

 

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