Richard Austin will be moderating a panel titled “AI on the Case: The Legal and Ethical Issues of Using AI-powered Investigatory Tools for Criminal and Civil Matters” at ITECHLAW’s 2019 World Technology Law Conference in Boston.
On November 18, 2017, Hung Nguyen will be moderating a panel presentation titled Update in IP and IT Law. The panel will take place during the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Annual Ontario Conference which is hosted at the Toronto Board of Trade.
Richard Austin will be a panelist during the 2017 Guide to Legal & Business Risk Management in Cloud and SaaS Based Environments event on September 15, 2017. Richard will be presenting on a panel discussing: Cloud Computing Agreements: Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls
Richard Austin is moderating a roundtable discussion at the 2016 IT.CAN Annual Conference titled "Audit and Benchmarking clauses in the New Post-Cloud, Cyber-Sensitive World" which will take place on October 25, 2015.
Kavita Ramamoorthy is presenting on Getting a Strategic Advantage: Court Filings and Interlocutory Matters at an upcoming OBA seminar titled Pharma and Biosimilar Litigation in Canada - Navigating the PM (NOC) Regulations.
Richard Austin will be a panelist during the 2016 Guide to Legal & Business Risk Management in Cloud and SaaS Based Environments event on September 30, 2016. Richard will be presenting on a panel discussing: Cloud Computing Agreements: Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls.
Richard Austin will be facilitating the Ontario Bar Association’s CASL Challenges Roundtable on June 13, 2016. Join your colleagues to share challenges, strategies and perspectives at this roundtable event.
Kavita Ramamoorthy will be attending the 2016 Canadian Bar Association IP Day in Ottawa at the Fairmont Château Laurier on May 12, 2016. She will be participating in a debate regarding whether the Patent Act and its Regulations are a complete code.
Hung Nguyen will be speaking at the Asian Patent Attorneys Association (17th General Assembly), in Okinawa, Japan on November 15, 2015. He will be presenting on "Signs" of Things to Come: Canada and Non-Traditional Trademarks