Dealing with legal risk is part of lawyers’ daily lives. It is integral, ever expanding and growing more complex as technology evolves, businesses models shift, interconnectedness increases and legal regimes change.
In the digital age, companies are facing challenges in dealing with fraudulent schemes and scams based on intellectual property and cyber threats, often implemented using Artificial Intelligence products or services.
Most law schools do not offer courses on dealing with government officials. Yet, often, the results that lawyers deliver for their clients will depend on the nature and quality of the lawyers’ interactions with government representatives or regulators. This session looks at our interactions wit
DWW Partner Richard Austin will moderate a panel discussing Intellectual Property and Drafting Issues: The Non-Artificial Issues in Artificial Intelligence at the 2021 CAN-TECH LAW Annual Conference on October 20th, 2021.
DWW Associate Jennifer R Davidson will moderate a panel discussing Blockchain and Non-Fungible Tokens in Practice Today: Practical Applications and Legal Issues in Copyright, Finance, Entertainment and More at the 2021 C
DWW Associate Jennifer Davidson will moderate a panel discussing The Gender Pay Gap in the Legal & Technology Sectors at the Canadian Technology Law Association's Spring Conference on June 3rd, 2021.
DWW Partner Amy-Lynne Williams will be speaking on a panel discussing Best Practices for Implementing a Successful Digital Transformation Project at the Canadian Technology Law Association's Spring Conference. Join this s