Anti-Spam (CASL)


Canada’s anti-spam law, unofficially called “CASL”, is one of the toughest laws of its kind in the world. It has the potential to regulate any individual or organization who sends e-mails, texts, social media messages or any other form of electronic communication to third parties in Canada, whether the recipients are businesses, consumers or individuals.

Miller Thomson’s Anti-Spam (CASL) team consists of lawyers from a variety of disciplines, who can assist our clients in understanding both CASL’s requirements and managing their compliance obligations under CASL.

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What you need to know

Download our one-page guide to learn more about CASL and compliance information.


Download our CASL brochure

Learn how Miller Thomson’s team of CASL experts can assist individuals and organizations in understanding both CASL’s requirements and their legal obligations under CASL.


CASL computer program installation provisions

The CASL provisions regulating the installation of computer programs came into force on January 15, 2015. Read about the CASL computer program installation provisions and the effect these provisions may have on your business.


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