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LAWYERED is a bi-weekly, independent podcast series that focuses on Canadian legal issues. Each episode features a conversation with a different legal professional who will provide their insight on recent developments in the law.
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Apr 15, 2015

In part three of my interview with entertainment lawyer, Stephen Selznick, we speak about the new federal law which protects copyrighted goods from foreign knockoffs.

Apr 15, 2015

In part two of my interview with entertainment lawyer, Stephen Selznick, we discuss the legal effects of the CRTC's direction, and how Canadian content will compete with Netflix and HBO.

Apr 15, 2015

In part one of my interview with entertainment lawyer, Stephen Selznick, we discuss the the binding effect of consent release waivers in the entertainment industry.

Apr 15, 2015

On Episode 05 of Lawyered, we speak with top entertainment lawyer, Stephen Selznick!

Topics include: Dragon's Den and consent release waivers, how Canadian content will compete with Netflix; and a new approach to block foreign knockoff goods.

Apr 1, 2015

In part three of my interview with municipal lawyer, Chris Barnett, we discuss a farmer's successful lawsuit against a township, and the corresponding effects on municipal liability.

Apr 1, 2015

In part two of my interview with municipal lawyer, Chris Barnett, we discuss the 10-year reviews for Ontario's major provincial land plans, and how it will affect form and function.

Apr 1, 2015

In part one of my interview with municipal lawyer, Chris Barnett, we discuss the causes and the lessons learnt from the Elliot Lake mall collapse.

Apr 1, 2015

On episode 4 of Lawyered, we're chatting with the 2015 Municipal Lawyer of the year, Chris Barnett.

Topics include: the Elliot Lake mall collapse, Ontario's 10-year review of provincial land plans, and how one farmer sued his town for over $100,000.

Mar 18, 2015

In part three of my interview with environmental lawyer, Dianne Saxe, we discuss how new ministerial orders are having significant consequences for innocent officers and directors of polluting companies.

Mar 18, 2015
In part two of my interview with environmental lawyer, Dianne Saxe, we discuss how  courts have ruled when dealing with contaminated sites.
Mar 18, 2015

In part one of my interview with environmental lawyer, Dianne Saxe, we discuss how the legal tools to combat climate change.

Mar 18, 2015

On episode 3 of Lawyered, we're going green and chatting with environmental lawyer, Dr. Dianne Saxe.

Topics include: climate change, polluted lands, and environmental personal liability.

Mar 4, 2015

In part two of my interview with technology lawyer, Addison Cameron-Huff, we discuss Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation and its approach to curbing e-mail spam messages.

Mar 4, 2015

In part one of my interview with technology lawyer, Addison Cameron-Huff, we discuss his detailed statistic to go behind the numbers of the decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Mar 4, 2015

In part three of my interview with technology lawyer, Addison Cameron-Huff, we discuss how the popularity of bitcoin will be affected by legal mechanisms.

Mar 4, 2015

On episode 2 of Lawyered, we sit down with technology lawyer, Addison Cameron-Huff.

Topics include: statistics behind the Supreme Court, anti-spam legislation, and the legal side of bitcoin.

Feb 12, 2015

In the third part of my interview with employment lawyer, Andrew Monkhouse, we discuss the Supreme Court's recent decision which granted the RCMP the right to collectively bargain. We also chat about what this means for other non-unionized organizations.

Feb 12, 2015

In part two of my interview with employment lawyer, Andrew Monkhouse, we discuss whether dishonesty at work can be a ground of employment termination. We also chat about this can affect long-term disability payments.

Feb 12, 2015

In part one of my interview with employment lawyer, Andrew Monkhouse, we discuss the employment and labour implications of the Jian Ghomeshi case. We also talk about what lawyers can do to keep workplaces safe from harassment.

Feb 9, 2015

On the first episode of LawyerEd, we'll chat with employment lawyer, Andrew Monkhouse.

Topics include: takeaways from the Jian Ghomeshi case, dishonesty in the workplace, and the RCMP's right to collectively bargain.

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