Eve C. Munro

Associate Counsel | Vancouver

604.643.1262

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Eve Munro’s practice focuses on intellectual property law, privacy law, licensing, and technology. She has an extensive background in business and commercial law, with more than 30 years of experience. Eve has assisted clients to acquire, protect, exploit, and enforce intellectual property rights in industries including education, high tech, telecommunications, manufacturing, distribution in the computer industry, and computer services. She also has clients in the charitable and not-for-profit sector.

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Eve Munro comments on Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation in the March/April 2012 issue of the Mortgage Journal.

Eve Munro, a lawyer with Miller Thomson LLP’s Vancouver office, practicing in the area of intellectual property and information technology, says “The essential requirements [of CASL] are that commercial electronic messages may not be sent unless prior consent has been...

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Social Enterprise and a Review of the Proposed Changes to Canada’s Anti-Spam Regulations

Susan Manwaring will be presenting on “Social Enterprise and a Review of the Proposed Changes to Canada’s Anti-Spam Regulations”, at a Grant Thornton client seminar at the following locations and dates: Edmonton on December 3, 2013 Vancouver on December 4,...

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Eve Munro is course leader at Federated Press’ conference on “Managing Privacy Compliance”.

Course Highlights: Best practices for designing and implementing a privacy compliance program The latest federal and provincial regulatory developments and enforcement priorities relating to privacy How to prepare a privacy impact assessment Strategies for minimizing the damage to reputation in...

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Eve Munro speaks on “Drafting Licensing Agreement: Warranties, Representations, Due Diligence and Allocation of Risk” at the Vancouver LES Licensing Boot Camp 2009.

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Eve Munro will speak at Insight’s “Internet Law: Latest Developments and Strategies” Conference, Nov. 13-14, 2008.

  The quickly evolving legal challenges of Internet activity require that you stay current. Experts will address: The status of Copyright Reform and trade-marks on the internet Privacy in an internet age – update on extraterritorial conduct and jurisdiction from...

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Preparing for Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into force on July 1, 2014.  Join us for a lunch & learn session outlining what CASL is and what you need to do to become compliant. Click here for full details.

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Charities Law Update

Miller Thomson hosts a breakfast seminar covering: Canada’s new anti-spam legislation New CRA rules on political activities for registered charities Update on CRA’s Non-Profit Organization Risk Identification Project BC’s Community Contribution Company legislation – in force July 29, 2013 Location...

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Update

Click here to access Miller Thomson’s latest C@SL Update.

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Update

English: Click here to access Miller Thomson’s latest C@SL Update Français : Cliquer ici pour accéder à la dernière mise à jour à propos de la Loi canadienne anti-pourriel

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Getting Ready for Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation – Issues for Charities

Miller Thomson Charities Law Update seminar

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Industry Canada Releases New Draft Regulations Under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

As reported in prior issues of this Newsletter, Canada’s anti-spam legislation (“CASL”) was passed by the Canadian Parliament in late 2010.  However, the Canadian government has delayed bringing CASL into force pending the adoption of regulations to clarify certain obligations...

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Deadline Approaching to Block Use of Trademarks by .XXX websites

Organizations that do not wish their name to be associated with a .XXX domain name should consider steps that can be taken to prevent this. In particular, a time-limited opportunity is available to enable organizations to block the use of...

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Privacy Law – Meaning of Commercial Purposes Considered

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Federal Commissioner’s Report on Privacy

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Privacy Issues for Municipalities, Universities, Schools and Hospitals

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B.C. and Alberta Privacy Update

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