Cloud Computing & Data Security; Cloud Storage & User Licence Agreements; Crypto Currencies & Smart Contracts Primer | CPDonline.ca

Cloud Computing and Data Security; Cloud Storage and User Licence Agreements; Crypto Currencies and Smart Contracts Primer

Cloud Computing and Data Security; Cloud Storage and User Licence Agreements; Crypto Currencies and Smart Contracts Primer

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Credits
Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 1.0
1 hour
Published
2018
Presenter(s)
Heather Austin-Skaret
Ian Hu
Anna Keller
Barb Lippett
Source
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
1 hour
Price
$99.00 plus tax
2018 CCLA Solicitors Conference
Includes Handouts
  • Cloud Services: Questions to Ask
  • How to Safely Put Your Data in the Cloud
  • Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Smart Contracts: Emerging Trends and Practice Issues

Presenters

Heather Austin-Skaret

Heather is a partner with Mann Lawyers LLP. She was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1995, after receiving her L.L.B. from the University of Ottawa. She also holds a B.A. from the University of Manitoba. In her current practice, she focuses on wills and estate planning and administration as well as residential and commercial real estate. She is an active member of the Ottawa Estate Planning Council, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, County of Carleton Law Association and the Ontario Bar Association. Heather is a long standing member of the East Region Solicitors Conference Planning Committee. When not practicing law she can be found on a volleyball court or at the cottage.

Ian Hu

As the face of Claims Prevention and practicePRO at LAWPRO, Ian evangelizes the principles of good law practice management and claims prevention. He has spoken at over 100 events, from keynotes to panels, for law firms, schools, societies, and bar associations across Ontario and Canada. Having had experience in private practice under his belt with various sizes of firms, Ian has seen the trials and tribulations lawyers go through. He has served as Vice President of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers, mentored young lawyers, and advocated for diverse lawyers and students. He currently sits as Chair of the Sole, Small Firm & General Practice Section at the Ontario Bar Association, and has also served on the executive of the Young Lawyers Division. He is a Leadership Member of the American Bar Association, Law Practice Division, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and Law Practice Today Board. Ian invites you to chat on LinkedIn, tweet him @IanHuLawpro or comment on his blogs at SlawTips.ca and Avoidaclaim.com.

Anna Keller

Anna Keller is a senior associate in Dentons’ Ottawa office and is a member of the Firm’s Corporate Law and Venture Technology and Emerging Growth Companies group. In her practice, which focuses on corporate and securities law as well as corporate governance matters, Anna represents investors and corporations in private equity and venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, and other forms of transactions. She has advised clients at all stages of growth, providing reasoned, practical and strategic legal advice. Anna has significant experience advising companies and institutional clients on corporate commercial matters, as well as corporate governance issues. She is regularly called upon to offer advice regarding formation issues for start-up companies, shareholder agreements, and various commercial and SaaS agreements.

Barb Lippett

Ms. Lippett is the founder of B. F. Lippett Professional Corporation, a corporate commercial law firm based in Ottawa, Ontario. Her practice focuses on corporate commercial transactions, public procurement, and complex strategic partnership arrangements within the information technology, government, healthcare, and financial services sectors. She represents a wide range of clients, including publically and privately held knowledge-based companies, government entities, Canadian Crown corporations, Canadian banks, and Fortune 500 multi-national corporations. Ms. Lippett has been consistently recognized in Lexpert® publication as a leading practitioner in Computer & IT Law.

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