CASL: Preparing for the Expiry of Transitional Provisions

CASL: Preparing for the Expiry of Transitional Provisions

April 26
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET
Members Only: Free


Gain a legal perspective about the changes to the legislation that take effect on July 1, 2017 – and what that implies – from an experienced lawyer.

Hear from a practitioner about the implications for marketers at that time, and what they could and should be doing to be prepared for July 1, 2017.

Get a high-level overview of the operational processes your organization should be considering in preparation for July 1, 2017

Who Should Attend

  • Marketers using email or similar electronic messaging campaigns
  • Marketers interested in regulatory issues
  • Chief Privacy/Compliance Officers
  • Lawyers


Ravi Shukla

Ravi is a business lawyer who specializes in internet and information technology law. He regularly advises on a range of commercial, computer, intellectual property, anti-spam, information security, regulatory, governance and privacy rights issues. With over 25 years of extensive experience, Ravi is widely recognized for his expertise acquired while working in partnership with major institutions and leading Canadian corporations, often via long term relationships.


Matthew Vernhout
Chief Privacy Officer & Manager

Matthew Vernhout is the Chief Privacy Officer & Manager, Deliverability at Inbox Marketer Corp. and a Certified International Privacy Professional (Canada) with more than 14 years of experience in email marketing. Matthew ensures that Inbox Marketer’s clients are compliant with all relevant industry regulations including: CAN-SPAM, PIPEDA, and Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). Matthew is also involved as director at large of CAUCE and chair of the Email Experience Council's (EEC) Advocacy subcommittee, as well as the co-author of “A Complete Guide to e-Marketing Under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation.”


Filomena Henriques
Director, CASL Project

Filomena Henriques is Director, CASL Project with Regulatory Operations and Controls for Scotiabank. Her 20+ years in the Direct Marketing Industry keeps her focused on ensuring a positive customer experience while navigating Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation for compliance and awareness.