Les cryptomonnaies en droit canadien

Posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2019

The Centre for Law, Technology and Society and the Civil Law Section presents:

 

Les cryptomonnaies en droit canadien


Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at 11:30 AM
Fauteux Hall, Room 202

 

Click here to watch the video

 

Description (in french only)

La présentation analysera les dernier développements provinciaux et fédéraux en matière d’encadrement des cryptomonnaies au Canada, des solutions adoptées et des défis que ces nouvelles monnaies virtuelles peuvent présenter en matière de protection du consommateur, taxation, valeurs mobilières ou blanchiment d’argent.

 

About the Speaker

Florian Martin-Bariteau, LL.D., is an Assistant Professor of Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section and Director of the University of Ottawa's Center for Law, Technology and Society. His research focuses on technology law and intellectual property rights, with a particular focus on blockchain, AI, trademarks, cybersecurity, secrets and whistleblowers.

 

 

This program is accredited by a recognized provider for 1.5 Hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for the Barreau du Québec and the Chambre des notaires du Québec (through the Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section).

 

Lunch provided.
This is a free event. No registration is required.
However, attendees can donate online to the Centre whatever they think is fair.

 

This program qualifies for 1.5 Substantive Hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for the Law Society of Ontario (through the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section).

 

This event will be in French only.
The event will be recorded, and photos may be taken.

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