On November 17, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada released a landmark privacy judgment in Royal Bank of Canada v. Trang. Can you provide guidance to your clients on its implications? Join us for a short, focused and practical webinar outlining the key takeaways from this judgment.
The unanimous judgment by the Supreme Court of Canada in Royal Bank of Canada v. Trang, 2016 SCC 50, provides guidance for the practical application of privacy laws in relation to enforcement by a judgment creditor, as well as more general guidance in respect of the need for a balanced, contextual approach to the application of privacy law. The Supreme Court’s decision also sheds light on the important question of when consents to sharing of personal information may be implied based on a contextual review of an individual and an organization.
This program will be of great interest to practitioners who must now interpret its impact for their clients in order to properly comply with their obligations. Join us for a moderated one hour discussion to learn the key takeaways from this judgment which can be immediately applied in your practice.
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