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Dare to Compete is the largest manufacturing conference on the prairies. With more than 300 attendees, 85 companies and participation from front-line supervisors to the C-Suite, the conference has something for everyone. Dare to Compete features 3 engaging keynote speakers and 9 presentations from Manitoba’s top companies, executives and leaders.

Manage Legal Risk, Avoid Government Fines and Reduce Your Legal Costs

A panel of lawyers from TDS’ intellectual property (IP), privacy, environmental, and labour & employment departments will speak on new laws that have the potential to impact the bottom line of Manitoba manufactures. The four topics being covered include:

  • Save money by protecting your IP now and avoid your IP from being stolen by ‘trademark trolls’

Learn about the trademark law changes that are coming in June 2019 from TDS IP lawyer Silvia de Sousa

  • Avoid Government Fines – Mandatory record keeping and reporting of privacy breaches in Canada and Europe.

Learn about Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) new breach reporting requirements which came into force in November 2018 and the key breach reporting requirements under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by TDS Privacy lawyer Catherine Hamilton

  • Carbon taxes have come to Manitoba – are you ready?

Learn how the new federal backstop carbon tax regime applies to Manitoba manufacturers by TDS environmental lawyer Scott Birse

  • Did you miss the November 1, 2018 deadline to implement a ‘Customer Service Accessibility Policy’?

Learn what private Manitoba businesses need to do to comply with the Accessibility for Manitobans Act from TDS Labour and Employment Lawyer Melissa Beaumont


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