Join us from November 2018 - April 2019 for 6 x 1-hour webinars + BONUS

Topics include: 

1. Privacy (See Access Recordings tab)

2. Board Oversight (December 5)

3. Managing Reputational Risk (January 9)

4. Managing Event Risk (February 6)

5. Clients, Families & Staff (March 6)

6. Governance (April 3)


Plus a bonus 1-hour webinar (April 17) updating charities on emerging areas of law including cannabis, medical assistance in dying, and big data.

Can’t make a date? You get access to the portal to view past sessions, on your schedule.

Free Promo Webinar: 10 Habits of Effective Privacy Officers

6 x 1-hour webinar + Bonus Session

Managing Privacy Risk: See Access Recordings tab

  • Protection of stakeholder information
  • 10 key privacy principles
  • Responding to privacy breaches
  • Roles that charities may play that invoke additional privacy obligations

Managing Board Oversight: December 5

  • Board’s role in risk management  
  • Creating a customized risk matrix 
  • Mandatory Board reports 
  • Key questions for your Board 

Managing Reputational Risk: January 9

  • Management of donor expectations
  • Stakeholder engagement strategies
  • Brand management
  • Social media

Managing Event Risk: February 6

  • Contracting with providers
  • Waivers and codes of conduct
  • Insurance & social host liability
  • Video and photography

Managing Client & Staff Risk: March 6

  • Clients disclosing risk 
  • Family tensions
  • Challenging staff situations 

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Managing Governance Risk: April 3

  • Conflict of interest – evolving rules
  • Working within your purposes
  • Ineligible director rules
  • Board and trustee roles and responsibilities

               BONUS: Emerging Areas of Law

DDO Health Law is a nationally recognized boutique health law firm that is known as being sensible, practical and responsive to the needs of its clients. DDO Health Law acts for more than 200 non-profit and charitable clients in the public health sector.

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Mary Jane Dykeman is a founding partner at DDO Health Law. Her practice focuses on privacy and risk management issues affecting and involving an organization’s clients and their families, staff and reputation. 

Kathy O’Brien is a founding partner at DDO Health Law. Her practice focuses on providing advice to charities and non-profits on corporate restructuring, governance, strategic advice to boards, contracts & procurement, and privacy.