CCCA

CANADIAN CORPORATE COUNSEL ASSOCIATION - ONTARIO CHAPTER

2015 Legal Trends and Developments: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know to be on the Cutting Edge

Friday, February 5, 2016 - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm | Registration opens at 7:15 am

In-Person Toronto is now sold out.  There is still availability for the online webcast.

REGISTER OTTAWA REGISTER WEBCAST BUY INSTITUTE PASS

A typical day in the life of corporate counsel involves dealing with multiple issues from a variety of sources. In large and small corporations alike, in-house counsel may be faced with contract negotiations, employment disputes, data protection scenarios, or intellectual property issues. To be effective in your role, you must have the latest legal expertise to handle pressing issues, as well as the right mindset to manage your department as a business unit and to contribute to the broader overall goals of your organization.

Join in and take part in this one-stop-shop for in-house lawyers looking to hone their expertise. Our expert panel will help you stay on top of the latest developments in pertinent areas of law and address novel ways in-house counsel are managing litigation costs and staffing. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to share learning with your peers.

PROGRAM CHAIR

Wilhelm Rinas, Assistant General Counsel, Ontario Clean Water Agency
Shubha Nijhawan, IP Lawyer, Intellijoint Surgical
Vania Draguieva, Barrister & Solicitor

PROGRAM AGENDA

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Accreditation Costs & Formats

Accreditation, Pricing & Formats

This program contains 1 Professionalism Hour
This program is eligible for up to 2 Substantive Hours

Member: $300 | Student Member : $195 | Non-Member: $450

This program is offered in Toronto | Ottawa | Webcast

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