New Frontiers of the Intersection Between Privacy Laws, Antitrust and Misleading Advertising Enforcement  

Oct. 20, 2020
Online

 

Live broadcast: See the table below for information on accreditation in all Canadian jurisdictions.

Recorded version: Some jurisdictions have restrictions on the number of recorded webinar hours that qualify as eligible continuing professional development (CPD) in a given reporting period or require you to view the program with another lawyer. Please contact your Law Society for further information. Manitoba lawyers, you must complete this test in order for the webinar recording to qualify as eligible CPD under the “self-study” category. Ontario lawyers, the 6 hour limit on watching archived programs alone has been removed, in the context of COVID-19.

Jurisdiction

Substantive, skills and/or procedural content

Ethics, professionalism and/or practice management content

Alberta

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory annual CPD Plan.

British Columbia

1.25 hours

0 hours

Manitoba

1.25  hours

0 hours

New Brunswick

Pending

Newfoundland and Labrador

1.25 hours

Northwest Territories

1.25  hours

0  hours

Nova Scotia

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory annual CPD Plan.

Nunavut

1.25  hours

0 hours

Ontario

1.25 hours

0 hours

Prince Edward Island

1.25 hours

0 hours

Quebec

Consider including this course as a learning activity in your mandatory biennial CPD Plan.

Saskatchewan

Pending

Pending

Yukon

1.25 hours

 

 

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    Webinars

    SPONSORED BY

    Analysis Group

    Bates White Economic Group
     

    The Brattle Group
     

    Charles River Associates
     

    Competition Arbitration
     

    Epiq global
     

    KLDiscovery
     

    Longview Communications Inc.
     

     

     

     

 

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