ESG, Greenwashing and Legal Obligations Under Competition Law [WEBCAST ONLY] 

22 août 2022
ON

OBA Canadian Corporate Counsel Association – Ontario Chapter PROGRAM
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)

The CCCA is pleased to partner with Lenczner Slaght to share best practices in developing ESG processes and reporting on green products. 

This program is part of the CCCA In-House Counsel ESG Series and in this session, we will be focusing on greenwashing, it’s implication as well as practical tips to help you build and/or improve your organization’s ESG Framework.

In the era where consumers are increasingly environmentally conscientious of their purchases and willing to pay more for products that align with their values, businesses are seeking ways to capture the market and remain competitive. However, the Competition Act prohibits deceptive marketing and businesses have been warned against exaggerating environmental benefits. Join us to hear the latest developments in greenwash litigation and how in-house counsel can play a critical role in developing appropriate ESG processes, as well as effectively manage and reduce the litigation risks.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Belinda Chiu, Chemtrade Logistics Inc. (Toronto)
Jason Lewis, Lafarge Canada (Toronto)

PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Josephine A.L. Palumbo, Competition Bureau Canada (Ottawa)
Paul-Erik Veel, Lenczner Slaght LLP (Toronto)
Badar Yasin, The Bay (Toronto)

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PROGRAM DETAILS

Date: Monday, August 22, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Webcast Program (ET)
 

PROGRAM PRICE

There is no charge to in-house counsel who are members of CBA/CCCA Section.

 

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