It’s our season 8 premiere, and we’re chatting about freedom of expression issues with Abbas Kassam, from the Ryerson Centre for Free Expression!Topics: Toronto’s council reconfiguration, Quebec comedy at the SCC, anti-SLAPP motions and more.
This program contains 45 minutes of substantive content for the Law Society of Ontario’s CPD requirements.
In this bonus episode, we’re having a timely and candid conversation about mental health in the legal profession, featuring psychotherapist, clinician and former lawyer, Doron Gold. This discussion features a thoughtful look at the spectrum of mental health issues with practical solutions as well.
We’re closing out Season 7 by speaking about internet law, with renowned legal expert and thinker, Michael Geist.Topics: Bill C-10 and Internet regulation; proposals to combat online harm; site-blocking orders; and more.
This week, we’re exploring the area of environmental, social and governance law (aka ESG Law), with business lawyer and corporate ethics expert, Amee Sandhu.
Topics: corporate liability for climate change; cracking down on modern slavery; benefit companies, and more!
This week, we’re speaking about sentencing law, with Jonathan Rudin, the program director of Aboriginal Legal Services.Topics: removing restrictions on conditional sentences (Sharma), parole eligibility for murder offences (Bissonnette), community impact statements and more!
This week, we’re speaking with tenancy lawyer, Lisa Mackie, about the legal issues involved within the landlord-tenant dynamic!
Topics: tenant smoking & human rights; landlord privacy obligations & COVID-19; terminating tenancies due to household violence; and our Ask-Me-Anything segment.
On this week’s show, we’re speaking about wills and estates law with estates litigator, Ziad Yehia!Topics: digital assets via testamentary transfer; estate trustees during litigation; succession planning and the law
In our latest bonus episode of Lawyered Unplugged, we’re speaking with Avi Weiss (founder of Counselwell and lawyer at Coinsquare) about the lifestyle of the in-house counsel. In addition to tips for in-house counsel, this episode takes a deep-dive into personal branding, imposter syndrome and more!
On this week’s episode, we’re speaking about expropriation lawyer Abbey Sinclair about the rules involving government takings of private lands.
Topics: Ontario’s Transit-Oriented development framework; changes to the structured negotiation process; and settlement offers versus costs awards.
This week, we’re speaking about workplace compensation law with Michelle Alton, general counsel at the Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.Topics: COVID-19 and workplace benefits; a new employer rate framework and mental stress claims in the workplace