This week, I’m joined by renowned trial and appeal lawyer, Faisal Mirza, to discuss the ins and outs of criminal law.
Topics include: mandatory minimum sentences for drug offences, extrinsic information in the jury room, and the fallout of Bill C-51.
We’re changing things up and discussing charity and non-profit lawyer with charity lawyer and blogger, Mark Blumberg!
Topics include: best practices for international charities , cracking down on charity fraud, and how to start a philanthropic project.
It’s privacy law with information governance expert and past Chair of the Sedona Canada Working Group, Susan Wortzman!
Topics include: personal information collection, the right to be forgotten and the legal side of cybersecurity
At long last, this is the Season 2 Premiere! We kick off the new year with human rights lawyer and LSUC Bencher, Raj Anand.
Topics include: conflicts with religious rights, family status discrimination and the issue estoppel.
It’s the season finale and Episode 10 of Lawyered! We sit down with intellectual property lawyer, Geoff Mowatt.
Topics include: e-cigarettes, biosimilar drugs and the promise of the patent.
On Episode 9 of Lawyered, we discuss the legal issues facing enterpreneurs, with social enterprise lawyer, Robert Wakulat.
Topics include: crowdfunding, non-profit corporations and social enterprises.
On Episode 8 of Lawyered, we’re speaking with animal rights lawyer, Camille Labchuck.
Topics include: animal charter rights, dog liability and “humane-washing”.
On Episode 7 of Lawyered, we’re speaking with defamation lawyer, Mark Donald.
Topics include: online trolling, reputation damage, and a new court procedure to prevent legal scare tactics.
On Episode 6 of Lawyered, we’re speaking with immigration lawyer, Nan Berezowski.
Topics include: citizenship revocation and Bill C-24, limitations on foreign workers, and the new federal express entry.
On Episode 5 of Lawyered, we’re speaking with entertainment lawyer, Stephen Selznick.
Topics include: waiver forms for TV production companies, new Canadian content requirements, and a new approach to blocking foreign countefeit goods.