James T. Casey, Jason Kully and Michelle Casey discuss hot topics relating to the law of regulatory investigations, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and investigative powers. Their book on The Law of Regulatory Investigations in Canada is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Author and legal practitioner Caroline Bérubé shares her professional journey as a managing partner at HJM Asia Law; her inspiration for becoming a lawyer; and guidance for women pursuing a career in law. Her book on Doing Business in China is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Author and professor Vanisha Sukdeo provides insight into her career as a human rights advocate, focusing on the intersection between corporate and employment law; plus advice for those entering into the legal workforce. Her book entitled Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Shaun Finn and Danielle Miller Olofsson discuss the challenges with personal information protection legislation, class actions in the public sector, and the future of privacy reform in Canada. Their book entitled In the Public Eye is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Anita Szigeti, Dr. Ruby Dhand and Jolene Hansell describe their professional experiences on practising mental health law in Canada. Their book on Law and Mental Health in Canada: Cases and Materials is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Speakers: Anita Szigeti, Dr. Ruby Dhand and Jolene Hansell
Anita Szigeti, Jennifer Chambers and Sarah Rankin describe their professional experiences when dealing with coroner’s inquests related to persons with mental health issues. Their book on Law and Mental Health in Canada: Cases and Materials is now available on the LexisNexis Canada e-store.
Speakers: Anita Szigeti, Jennifer Chambers and Sarah Rankin
Helen Voudouris, Director of Online Product Management at LexisNexis® Canada spoke about the cutting-edge technology law firms are utilizing to streamline their workflow and business strategy in an exclusive podcast episode hosted by Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Speaker: Helen Voudouris
In this episode, Professor Cheryl Milne and CIAJ Legal Researcher Nathan Afilalo discuss the practical aspects of the use of the concept of dignity in Canadian case law, and the ethical and practical implications of practising law consistent with the concept of dignity.
This episode talks about the tribunals which have been established to resolve sport-related disputes in Canada, and internationally.
Speakers: Sophie Majeau & Jay Brecher
Unlocking the potential of a virtual or hybrid legal practice is the key to reclaiming hundreds of hours each year, saving on expenses, and regaining control over your schedule. In this must-see webinar, our expert panelists will share with you to map the practical steps, and the potential pitfalls, associated with building and maintaining a virtual practice.
Employment lawyer Sean O'Donnell provides updated guidance on some of the major employment law issues that employers have faced during the pandemic, including wrongful dismissal, human rights and vaccination issues.
Anita Szigeti and Dr. Ruby Dhand discuss the pros and cons of mental health law litigation before civil mental health review panels and Criminal Code Review Boards across Canada.
Lawyers Cassandra DeMelo and Naomi Sayers discuss the intersection of mental health and Indigenous persons who become charged with a criminal charge or come before the Consent and Capacity Board.
The evolution of legal tech and its impact on Family and Wills, Trusts & Estates lawyers in BC.
Technology driving change in the Canadian court systems
Speakers: Justice Joseph Kenkel, Chief Judge Pamela Williams, and Justice April D. Grosse
Lawyer Sean O'Donnell provides guidance on some of the major employment law issues that employers have faced during the pandemic, including wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, mitigation of damages, human rights, occupational health and safety, and vaccination issues.