McInnes Cooper's David Fraser and Trent Skanes in the Newfoundland & Labrador Construction Association's 2015 NLCA Construction Journal: Complying With Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) - A blue print for the construction industry
November 24, 2014
The construction industry, from project owners and contractors to subcontractors and trades, might be sitting back, ignoring the hype around Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), thinking it’s targeted at “spammers”: faceless entities that bombard us with electronic “junk”. But they shouldn’t get too comfortable; CASL applies to them, too.
In “Complying With Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): A blue print for the construction industry”, McInnes Cooper lawyers David Fraser and Trent Skanes explain what CASL is, how CASL requires construction industry members to change their practices, why industry members should care about CASL and the top five “Do’s and Don’ts” for members that didn’t prepare for CASL. Read their article (PDF version) as published in the Newfoundland & Labrador Construction Association’s 2015 NLCA Construction Journal.
Visit our CASL Knowledge Page at www.mcinnescooper.com/services/privacy/casl/ and click on the Publications Tab to learn more about CASL.
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