Learn the do's and don'ts of CASL to protect your organization with legal experts from Miller Thomson.
The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect 8 years ago. Business as usual has dramatically changed since then and it’s time for a refresher. This webinar will cover why CASL was created and its potential impacts to your organization. Whether you are a non-profit turned social enterprise, you are currently exploring alternative ways of revenue generation, or you just need a CASL refresher, this virtual session will teach you what you need to know to correctly follow CASL in 2022. Specific examples and case studies will be provided followed by a Q&A with legal experts from Miller Thomson.
Space is limited. Registration is required.
Registration deadline: Thursday, October 20, 2022
Tech requirements of participants: A working computer or tablet with the ability to connect to Zoom as well as a working microphone and speakers in order to participate in the Q & A.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Natasha Smith is a partner in the Social Impact Group, with a practice dedicated to providing practical legal advice to charities and non-profits, exclusively. In an effort to ensure that these organizations achieve their missions and mandates successfully, Natasha assists these entities with a variety of matters including corporate governance and tax compliance.
Natasha's practice focuses on helping her clients to determine the best structure for their organization and to navigate the complex regulatory environment in which they operate. Specifically, she provides tailored advice on various issues including incorporation and charitable registration, operating in foreign jurisdictions, structuring complex gift agreements, reporting, and general compliance under legislation governing the voluntary sector. Natasha has experience structuring merger and asset-transfer transactions between non-share capital corporations, advising on social enterprise and social finance ventures, and facilitating corporate re-organizations.
Kristina Roberts is passionate about helping build impactful and sustainable social purpose organizations. She works to understand the needs of her clients from a holistic perspective. Kristina strives to provide valuable legal advice that is practical and accessible.
Kristina is a member of the Social Impact group at Miller Thomson. She provides general advice to charities, non-profits, and social enterprises. She has a particular interest in developing innovative structures for social enterprises.
This session was made possible with the support of:
- ECVO Members: $15
- Non-members: $25
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