This week, we’re speaking about fertility law with Sara Cohen, a lawyer recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers in Canada!
Topics: unenforceable surrogacy agreements; financial compensation for donors; and becoming a sperm donor through sex.
Lawyered is back with Season 3, and we’re speaking with Glenford Jameson about the hottest issues in food law!
Topics: calorie counts at restaurants, the LCBO constitutional challenge and food fraud prosecution
On our Season 2 finale, we speak with Senwung Luk about the top issues in Aboriginal law.
Topics: UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; Aboriginal spirituality and s.2(a); and child welfare on reserves
It’s Episode 19, we’re chatting about elder law with Kimberly Whaley, principal of one of Canada’s top wills and estates firms.
Topics: undue influence, predatory marriages and power-of-attorney litigation.
On Episode 18, we get a health law check-up from Lonny Rosen, the OBA’s 2016 Recipient for Excellence in Health Law.
Topics: right-to-die legislation; advertising regulations for health professions; expert witness requirements.
On Episode 17, Chris Horkins fills us in on the hottest issues in franchise law!
Topics: a franchisor’s obligation to protect brand strength; application of good faith obligations and when courts will blue-pencil contractual agreements.
On Episode 16, we’re speaking with Scott Maidment, one of the top 30 product liability lawyers in the world!
Topics include: vicarious motor vehicle liability; class action certification; and summary trial procedures.
This week, we’re talking family law with Heather Hansen, a partner with Martha McCarthy & Company in Toronto.
Topics include: social media in family, grandparents’ roles in access and custody, and secret recordings in family recordings.
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.