Biometric Systems in the Workplace: Legal Implications and Best Practices

🗓️ Wed, Apr 3, 2024, 6:00pm-8:00pm EST

6400 Hazeldean Road Ottawa, ON K2S 1S4

👋 Arrive and registration start at 5:45-6:00 pm

🍽️ Networking and plated serving 6:00-7:00pm

👨‍🏫 Presentation + Q&A 7:00-8:00pm

➡️ Closing remarks and departure 8:00-8:30 pm

About the event

Are you interested in learning more about the legal implications of using biometric systems in the workplace? On April 3, 2024, ASIS Ottawa is hosting a special discussion featuring Jock Climie, an experienced labour and employment lawyer who will be discussing the key legal issues that employers need to consider before implementing biometric systems.

This event will take place at the prestigious NeXT restaurant, where attendees can enjoy a delicious menu inspired by celebrity Chef Michael Blackie’s international career.

Whether you’re a Security or HR professional, a business owner or a legal practitioner, this event promises to provide valuable insights into the legal challenges and opportunities associated with biometric technologies.

Thanks to our sponsors, we are covering part of attendees’ meal costs. Register today; this is an experience you cannot miss at this price.

Jock Climie

Jock began his career with the Department of Justice, practicing as a criminal prosecutor and a labour litigator. Jock joined Emond Harnden in 2000 and has developed an extensive litigation practice since joining the firm. He has conducted hearings in the Federal, Ontario, British Columbia, Nunavut and Quebec courts (trial and appellate levels), before the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board, the Human Rights Tribunal, judicial reviews before the Divisional Court and countless arbitrations.

Fluently bilingual, Jock has been working with a diverse clientele in the private, public, municipal, education and not-for-profit sectors. He provides advice on all aspects of labour and employment law. Jock is also an engaging and experienced speaker on a wide variety of legal topics.

Jock enjoyed a 12-year career in the CFL with the Montreal Alouettes, Ottawa Rough Riders and Toronto Argonauts. Each off-season Jock attended law school until his graduation in 1994. Thereafter he practiced law in the off-season until his retirement from football in 2001. For the next 17 years, Jock continued to be a part of the CFL as an on-air analyst with the CFL on TSN panel. Jock is very active in the community and participates in countless fundraising and charitable events.

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