Educate yourself and your team on how to navigate the unique legal challenges presented by popular digital marketing strategies. Daniel Cole and Christopher Oates, partners of Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP, will lead a webinar explaining best practices for compliant online advertising and the essentials of Canadian advertising law from the recently released 6th Edition of Advertising And Marketing Law in Canada.

This session will explore the latest legal developments and requirements when engaging in behavioural targeting as well as influencer and social media marketing. Key insights will include how to ensure your online advertising complies with Canadian privacy legislation, is not misleading to consumers, and aligns with regulatory guidelines and industry standards.

Presenters: Daniel Cole and Christopher Oates, partners of Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
Date: Tuesday, October 29
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET

For members only:

Presentation slides

Video recording


If you have any questions or have difficulty registering, please contact
Davina Wong: 416-964-3805 ext. 1007

Christopher Oates, Partner, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
Chris Oates is a Toronto-based Gowling WLG partner practising in the Advertising & Product Regulatory Group, with a particular focus on matters related to privacy and electronic commerce. A member of Gowling WLG’s InsurTech Group, Chris also advises on service provider and master services agreements. His practice also includes all matters pertaining to direct-to-consumer marketing.

Chris is the co-editor of the firm’s AdBytes advertising and marketing law newsletter. He is a frequent contributor to AdBytes, the privacy alerts published by Gowling WLG’s Privacy & Data Protection Group and other publications on advertising and privacy law-related matters.

Christopher Oates, Partner, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP
Daniel Cole is an intellectual property partner in Gowling WLG’s Toronto office, practising exclusively in the areas of advertising, marketing and regulatory law. He is a frequent speaker on social media and advertising law, and was previously adjunct faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School.