Trent Skanes
Trent Skanes, Lawyer, McInnes Cooper
 

The anti-spam sections of Canada’s Anti-spam Legislation (CASL) took effect on July 1, 2014 amidst hype, controversy and dire warnings. Were they justified? Maybe. To learn the top three lessons that organizations can learn with the first year of CASL under our belts, read McInnes Cooper’s Legal Update: Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – The Top 3 Lessons Businesses Can Learn from Year 1.

To learn more about CASL, including whether it affects you and how to comply if it does, visit McInnes Cooper’s CASL Knowledge Page at http://www.mcinnescooper.com/services/privacy/casl/. You can read more of McInnes Cooper’s Legal Publications at http://www.mcinnescooper.com/publications/.

McInnes Cooper prepared this article for information; it is not legal advice.  Consult McInnes Cooper before acting on it. McInnes Cooper excludes all liability for anything contained in or any use of this article. © McInnes Cooper, 2015.  All rights reserved.

About the author:

Trent Skanes is a lawyer with McInnes Cooper, and a member its CASL and Corporate and Business Law teams. You can reach Trent at trent.skanes@mcinnescooper.com.