This week, we’re tapping into the complex world of telecommunications law with Daniel Stern, the director of regulatory law and policy at TELUS!
Topics: new consumer protection rules and standards; the mobile virtual network operator framework; and jurisdictional issues about telecom facility sites.
On this week’s episode, we’re digging deep and chatting with lawyer, Al Wiens, about the depths of mining law!
Topics: developing a social mindset for mining projects; the shareholder activist trend; and alternative financing arrangements for the mining sector.
As we pass the half-year mark of legalization, we’re sitting down with cannabis lawyer, Caryma Sa’d, to chat about the ins and outs of cannabis law!
Topics: new impaired driving laws; proposed amnesty for cannabis possession offences; and Ontario’s retail cannabis landscape.
On this episode, we’re taking to the high seas and chatting about maritime law with Marc Isaacs!
Topics: division of powers jurisdiction for maritime law; rules about abandoned and wrecked ships; tactics for using arbitration clauses
This week, we’re keeping one foot in the trial court and the other in the basketball court, as we talk sports law with Layth Gafoor!
Topics: contract negotiations for amateur sports; legal tools to mitigate player injuries; and investigative powers for athlete abuse and discrimination.
Just in time for the CRA filings, we’re speaking about the ins and outs of taxation rules with tax lawyer, Katy Pitch,
Topics: considerations for paying employees in cryptocurrencies; rules about passive investment income; and claiming solicitor-client privilege for non-legal documents.
It’s the Season 5 premiere and we’re speaking with copyright lawyer, Catherine Lovrics, about copyright in the courts in academia and in international treaties!
Topics: artistic technique and the public domain; fair dealing in the university context and copyright extension terms in the USMCA.
For our Season 4 finale, we’re speaking with construction lawyer, Sharon Vogel, who was ranked as one of 2017’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers in Canada!
Topics: corruption in the construction industry; Ontario’s new Construction Act; division of powers issues between federal and provincial legislation
This week, we host our first guest from the public sector as Nick Shkordoff (senior legal counsel at Infrastructure Ontario) chats about the mechanisms of infrastructure law!
Topics: the P3 funding model; CETA, free trade agreements and procurement; and the social benefit incentives for government infrastructure
We’re switching gears this episode and getting into the ins and outs of labour law, featuring Lindsay Lawrence!
Topics: workplace harassment and #MeToo; unpaid internships; and random drug testing