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McMillan’s Automotive Industry Webinar Series – Part One

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December 2, 2020
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

View the recorded webinar here.

Join us for a discussion on recent developments affecting the Automotive Industry. The year 2020 has seen unprecedented challenges, changes, and opportunities in the automotive industry. Join us for McMillan’s Two Part Automotive Industry Webinar Series, and hear from speakers from Transport Canada, McMillan Vantage, and McMillan LLP on policy points, legislative updates, regulatory issues, and other important developments spanning the industry.

Topics include:

  • Transport Canada’s Complaints and Defect Investigation Program
  • Automotive Class Actions Canadian Update
  • Automotive Environmental Law Developments
  • Privacy, Data Breaches, and the Connected Car
  • Insuring the Connected/Autonomous Vehicle
  • Green COVID-19 Recovery and Zero Emission Vehicles
  • USMCA and CPTPP – Compliance, Requirements, Policy, and Duty-Free Eligibility

McMillan’s Automotive Industry Webinar Series – Part One
Part One of our series focuses on the landscape of vehicle safety, complaints and defects, and related class action litigation.

Speakers and Agenda:
Trevor Lehouillier (Chief, Information Integration and Analysis, Transport Canada)
This session will discuss Transport Canada’s Complaints and Defect Investigation Program.

Calie AdamsonSidney Elbaz and Joan Young (McMillan LLP)
This session will provide an overview of recent automotive-related class actions and provide a cross-Canada update on key cases, legislative changes, and settlements.

This program qualifies for 1.5 Substantive Hours in Ontario1.5 CPD Hours in BC, and 1.5 Quebec CLE Hours.

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