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In view of the new amendments to the Patent Act and the Trade-marks Act that created a statutory privilege for agent/client communications, the law on privileged communications will be reviewed, including practical steps that agents and clients can take to create, preserve, and avoid losing the privilege.

Speakers

Steven Garland Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh 
Michael Crinson Dimock Stratton LLP

Moderator

Eve Heafey Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh 


Registration Fees

Member
1-2 people: $149
3 or more people: $299

Non Member
1-2 people: $169
3 or more people: $349

 

 

 

Logistics

Participants will view the webinar’s presentation online and hear the presenters by phone or through the computer. A web link and audio coordinates will be provided to the registrant the day before the webinar.

Group Participation

Group participation is possible provided that only one phone line is used to join the audio. Therefore, you may not register a group if participants are in separate locations.

Continuing Professional Development

This program contains Professionalism or Ethics where applicable:

 

1 h

Pending

Law Society of Upper Canada

Professionalism

 

Barreau du Québec

 1 h

 

Law Society of British Columbia

Ethics

 

Law Society of Saskatchewan

 

Law Society of Manitoba

Ethics

 

Law Society of Alberta

Ethics

 

New York CLE Board

Ethics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inquiries

education@ipic.ca 
613-234-0516