On Tuesday, September 24, lawyers Devin Wehrle and Kristél Kriel will present on “Access/Disclosing Information to CCTV Surveillance Cameras” at the 2019 Manitoba Connections Conference taking place in Winnipeg.
Devin and Kristél’s presentation will discuss the privacy considerations relating to the use of CCTV. The session examines the issue from an employment perspective in an effort to see what can be learned from those situations in order to better manage the use of CCTV in public and publicly funded spaces, especially in areas of high sensitivity such as schools and healthcare.
This conference, hosted by the Public Service Information Community Connection (PSICC), runs from September 23-24 and offers a series of in-depth workshops tailored to help public sector employees strengthen their skills in the areas of information access, privacy, security and information management. The discussions will address the emerging issues and trends and provide practical solutions to help professionals meet information challenges within the interconnected disciplines.
September 23-24, 2019
Kristél has a general corporate commercial practice with a focus on privacy, freedom of information, technology, credit unions and non-profits.
She advises public and private organizations on privacy and freedom of information laws, including matters such as interpretation, compliance, policy development, education, and training. She has advised a variety of organizations on privacy issues affecting their customers and workplaces, including in the healthcare context. Kristél has also advised a number of organizations on provincial and federal freedom of information access requests, as well as reviews by the Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner.
With respect to technology, Kristél has assisted clients with a number of transactions, policies (such as social media, acceptable use, and bring your own device policies), development and licensing agreements and data-sharing agreements.
Devin provides advice and assistance on all matters relating to labour and employment law, including the negotiation and drafting of workplace policies, collective agreements and employment contracts, termination and discipline of employees, human rights matters and workplace safety and health matters. In addition, Devin assists and represents clients facing regulatory and criminal charges, and provides advice regarding compliance, investigations and prosecutions.
Devin has represented clients before the Provincial Court of Manitoba and the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba, along with various administrative tribunals.