Fasken Martineau Hosts 2016 Summit

Steven Rosenhek, Partner, Fasken Martineau tackles the question: How does the duty of good faith apply to the auto industry? (Photo: Jack Kazmierski)

Legal experts chime in on a broad range of legal issues within the auto industry.

Canadian law firm Fasken Martineau recently held an Automotive Summit in Toronto with key experts from within their Automotive Practice Group covering a broad range of timely topics.

Alex Cameron, Partner, Fasken Martineau tackled the topic of malware and how it can cripple companies, both large and small. “Although privacy is the area in which I practice,” Cameron said, “lately I feel like I should be a ransomware lawyer. This is currently the biggest threat to business generally.”

Mark Stinson, Partner, Fasken Martineau spoke about a number of supply agreement issues, including recalls.

The program also included a presentation by Peter Kirby, Partner, Fasken Martineau, who focused on the Trans Pacific Partnership and its impact on the Canadian auto industry, as well as a presentation by Steven Rosenhek, Partner, Fasken Martineau who tackled the question: How does the duty of good faith apply to the auto industry?

Look for a full report in the July issue of AutoJournal

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