Richard Austin and Jennifer Davidson will speak at the upcoming Canadian Technology Law Association (CAN-TECH) Annual Conference, to be held virtually on November 2nd and 3rd, 2020.
Partner Richard Austin will moderate a panel on Artificial Intelligence: Critical Updates on Contracting, IP and Issues to be held on November 2nd, 2020. More information on the program is available below.
Jennifer R. Davidson will be co-chairing CAN-TECH’s Women in Technology (WIT) Session on November 3rd, 2020 in a panel discussion entitled Post-COVID Working from Home for the Tech Lawyer: An Essential Guide on How to Make the Most out of WFH. More information on the program is available below.
Artificial Intelligence: Critical Updates on Contracting, IP and Issues
This will be a panel discussion on rapidly evolving AI legal developments. Learn about emerging AI technologies requiring legal expertise that can respond to new or quickly changing circumstances. Gain the latest updates on AI legal developments. Take away new insights to help you:
Post-COVID Working from Home for the Tech Lawyer: An Essential Guide on How to Make the Most out of WFH
Almost overnight, the global workforce transitioned to Work from Home (WFH). The last eight months have given us a glimpse into the future of work. Now that employers have realized that productivity does not go down and employees have found better balance, WFH is likely here to stay for many of us. CAN-TECH’S Women in Tech will be speaking with three industry experts on the challenges and advantages of WFH and what this will mean for the life of tech lawyers. Gain critical insights on:
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