Ever wonder what data can be retrieved from workplace devises in a forensic investigation? Then wonder whether the investigation is being conducted in compliance with privacy regulations? Then come listen to a Forensic Expert share his knowledge on the range of possibilities of data extraction from workplace technologies, followed by the Acting Privacy Commissioner sharing his insight on issues of compliance and procedures as regulated by applicable Privacy Acts in BC and Canada. The discussion will be moderated by an experienced labour lawyer with insights into questions of arbitral admissibility.
Steve Wilson is a Manager with the investigative and forensic services group at MNP. With several years of related experience Steve is passionate about identifying, mitigating and resolving occurrences of fraud within organizations and protecting reputation and assets with timely and professional client services. Steve is also the Vice President of the Vancouver Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and actively involved with community events focused on privacy and reputation education.
Lindsay Waddell (As Moderator)
Lindsay Waddell is an Associate Lawyer at Moore Edgar Lyster. Previously, Lindsay practiced as a human rights lawyer at a non-profit society representing complainants before the BC Human Rights Tribunal, judicial reviews and appeals of Tribunal decisions. Before that, Lindsay practiced at a small litigation boutique and at a large national firm. She has a wide variety of litigation experience and has appeared as counsel at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Lindsay speaks frequently on a wide range of human rights and equality-related subjects. Lindsay has offered her skills and time to a number of different organizations including EGALE Canada, LEAF National, West Coast LEAF, Family Services of Greater Vancouver and the CBA BC. She is currently an executive member of the Human Rights Subsection of the CBA BC.
Note: This dinner meeting is eligible for 1 hour of Continuing Professional Development credit from the Law Society of BC.
VENUE: This meeting will be at the Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites, 1763 Comox St. A no host bar opens at 5:30pm with dinner at 6:30pm. Reservations and requested seating arrangements can be made using the enclosed form. Admission without a reservation will not be guaranteed and is more expensive. For further information, e-mail email@example.com