On this week’s episode, we’re chatting with children’s lawyer Suzan Fraser about the top legal issues facing youths and young persons.
Topics: secure isolation and solitary confinement; a new child-focused legal principle; and parental refusal of medical treatment.
We’re getting financial this week and chatting with Junaid Subhan about securities law!
Topics: material disclosure on social media; knowing your client in the fintech sector; and a “best interest” standard for registrants.
This week, we’re speaking with one Canada’s leading advertising lawyers, Catherine Bate, about truth, advertising and everything in between.
Topics: children’s advertising and McDonald’s; deceptive pricing and Amazon Canada; and a prohibition on the expiration of loyalty reward points.
On this week’s episode, we’re sitting down with Mercedes Perez, one of Toronto’s leading mental health lawyers and successful Charter appellant.
Topics: community treatment orders; new order-making powers for long-term involuntary patients; and Charter remedies for hospital misconduct.
We’re getting academic and chatting about administrative law with Gavin MacKenzie, the former LSUC Treasurer and the repeatedly-named Toronto Lawyer of the Year!
Topics: Trinity Western University appeals; standards of review at the Supreme Court; and precedents at tribunals.
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.