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Hot Topics in Privacy Law

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90 minutes
Kira Domratchev
Fida Hindi
Jennifer L. Hunter
Avner Levin
Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA)
90 minutes
$129.00 plus tax

Privacy law is ever changing, and it can be challenging to keep on top of what’s new and what’s coming. For all lawyers, regardless of practice area, compliance with privacy laws is a key concern.

Join our panel of experts as they candidly discuss the current “Hot Topics” in the privacy landscape that all lawyers need to understand. You will come away with the insight and awareness needed to navigate the new and emerging trends of privacy law. This program makes hot topics in privacy law relevant, timely and engaging.  

You will learn about: 

Privacy in the employer / employee relationship

  • Privacy & work life balance

  • Bill 88 – a hesitant first step

  • Emergence of “bossware” applications  

Privacy and Technology 

  • Ransomware and how to combat it 

  • Considerations re AI applications

Privacy Legislation

  • Provincial 

  • Federal - Bill C-27 

Privacy in the Courts 

  • Update on new privacy case law including:

    • Privacy torts  

    • Privacy class actions 

Looking Ahead – what the future holds 

  • Government changes – glass half full or empty?


Kira Domratchev

Kira joined Hull & Hull LLP as an associate in 2017 following her call to the bar. She holds a J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School and a B.Comm. from Ryerson University. Prior to joining the firm, Kira served her articles at a prominent personal injury and commercial litigation boutique firm in Toronto where she was exposed to various aspects of civil litigation practice. 

While attending law school, Kira volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, the Osgoode Business Clinic, the Community Legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP), the Osgoode Hall Mentorship Program and the Ontario Deputy Judges’ Association, amongst others. 

Fida Hindi

Jennifer L. Hunter

Jennifer is the Practice Group Leader for the Insurance Law Group at Lerners LLP in Toronto and her expertise includes the defence of claims in the following areas: municipal and public entity liability; cyber and privacy breaches; E&O liability; general and commercial liability; motor vehicle; personal injury; property damage, and occupier’s liability. She also has particular expertise in the area of professional liability and has acted on behalf of professionals, including police officers, lawyers, physicians, an other health professionals to defend claims involving allegations of professional liability, negligent investigation, malicious prosecution, excessive force and defamation. She has also appeared as counsel on disciplinary matters and acts as independent legal counsel to regulatory bodies. She also advises professionals with respect to matters of privacy law and cyber security. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she provided advice to health professionals and organizations regarding public health and regulatory compliance.

She has been recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada for her expertise in Professional Malpractice, Health Care Law, Medical Negligence, was recognized in the 2021 edition of the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as "One to Watch" in Litigation - Commercial Insurance, and is a recipient of the Lexpert Rising Stars award.

Avner Levin

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