On July 1, 2014, Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) takes effect, changing the landscape of business communications and activities. Startups must comply with this broad new law or face significant penalties. Karen Durell and J. Andrew Sprague of Miller Thomson LLP – a partner of MaRS – explain the complexities of “commercial electronic messages” as they are defined and permitted by the law—and how violations can occur. Learn what startups need to do now to ensure compliance by July 1st.

Karen Durell, Associate, Intellectual Property, Miller Thomson LLP
J. Andrew Sprague, Associate, Information Technology, Miller Thomson LLP