2018 Toronto Conference – October 3-5, 2018






Please note that there will be 2 Roundtable sessions, with 3 different 1 hour Roundtables scheduled to take place in the room next to the plenary session at 10:00am and again at 11:00 am, the morning of October 3rd.

Each session will have the roundtables run concurrently.

There is only room for 10 registrants for each Roundtable so please secure your spot as soon as possible.

GROUP A – 10am (60MIN)

  • Advantages of a Central Intake Center: Roundtable Leaders: Steven J. Shapiro, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Investigation Division, Intellectual Property and Criminal Cyber Integration Unit, National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, Washington, DC , Ronald Marcell, HSI Assistant Attaché, Homeland Security Investigations, Toronto, Ontario, and Barry Elliott—Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, North Bay, Ontario:– A strategic approach to combatting IP theft – From investigation, interdiction, to outreach and training –Let’s work together.
  • Cannabis in Canada: Separating myths from facts: Roundtable Leader: Brad Elrod: – . What to look out for. What issues are anticipated in the marketplace as Canada legalizes Cannabis? What is happening with edibles?
  • Phishing attacks: Roundtable Leaders David Lipkus, Partner, Kestenberg Siegal Lipkus LLP and Jeff Vansteenkiste, Manager of Internet Investigations, Kestenberg Siegal Lipkus LLP— Phishing attacks are among the most common online threats faced by organizations today. Learn about various  phishing techniques, history, and current trends, as well as ways to recognize and prevent attacks.

    GROUP B – 11AM (60MIN)

  • The Opioid Issue: Roundtable Leader: Dani Peters, Association of Safe Online Pharmacies—Pharma Counterfeiting issues—Fentanyl, online and on the ground access.
  • Protecting your business : From theft of product, confidential information, online safety, reputation management- Roundtable Leaders: Det. Sgt. Andy Johnstone, Toronto Police Service, 55 Division and Cameron Field, Manager, Special Initiatives and Training, Enterprise AML Office, BMO Financial Group: Loss Prevention-What proactive measures can you take?
  • Brand Protection Technologies- Overt, Covert and Forensic: Roundtable Leader: Brian Looney, Director, INCOPRO, San Francisco, CA, USA How do the different technologies work? Which ones work best? Ask the experts. Proving the theft of your trade secrets and confidential information – Forensic accounting  – What can and cannot be found?

Wayne Lipkus (wlipkus@ksllaw.com) at (416) 678-8292
Lorne M. Lipkus – llipkus@ksllaw.com at (416) 984-9992