Free CPD

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By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) is offering free webinars to CBA members this spring. All webinars qualify for CPD credits:

Competition Law Fundamentals: Abuse of Dominance
Presented by the CBA Competition Law Section
March 4, 2015
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm ET
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members
Register and learn more.

Pregnant Employees: The Risks of Reproduction
Presented by Stringer LLP
March 12, 2015
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm ET
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members; $50 for non-members
Register and learn more.

Price Maintenance: What’s New in Canada and the U.S.?
Presented by the CBA National Competition Law Section
March 19, 2015
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm ET
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members
Register and learn more.

Subsidiary Governance In-House Counsel Primer
Presented by the CCCA Ontario Chapter
March 25, 2015
11:45 am – 2:00 pm ET
Toronto, ON
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members who register before March 18.
Register and learn more.

Record Retention, eDiscovery and the Emerging Law
Presented by Gardiner Roberts LLP
April 1, 2015
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm ET
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members; $50 for non-members
Register and learn more.

Managing the Criminal and Civil Aspects of a Cartel Matter
Presented by the CBA Competition Law Section
April 8, 2015
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA and CBA members
Register and learn more.

Strategic Considerations for Directors and Officers During Litigations
Presented by Lenczner Slaght
May 14, 2015
Online
Price: FREE for CCCA/CBA members; $50 for non-members
Register and learn more.

 

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