Podcast: Law in the Time of COVID-19

Hosted by associate Adam Goldenberg, Law in the Time of COVID-19 cuts through the information overload to drive conversations around COVID-19. Listeners receive regular updates, industry insights and legal perspectives, helping to keep them informed and prepared to address the global business implications of the virus.

Law in the Time of COVID-19 is available on SoundCloudSpotify, and Apple Podcasts.

 

On Episode 7: Force Majeure Across Canada, Adam Goldenberg speaks with Gabriel Querry and Miranda Lam about how force majeure will operate under the Civil Code of Québec and across provincial boundaries as businesses and consumers manage the impact of COVID-19.

This program qualifies for up to 0.75 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario. 

Barreau du Québec Continuing Education: This program contains 0.75 hours of content. Upon completion of this podcast, contact us to request your certificate of attendance.

On Episode 6: Supply Chains, Face Masks and Store Shelves, Adam Goldenberg speaks with Martha Harrison about how international trade law shapes the ways in which hospitals, supermarkets, and manufacturers respond to COVID-19, and how governments and businesses can address regulatory roadblocks to ensure that global supply chains keep moving.

This program qualifies for up to 0.75 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario. 

Barreau du Québec Continuing Education: This program contains 0.75 hours of content. Upon completion of this podcast, contact us to request your certificate of attendance.

On Episode 5: Doctors with Borders – and Laws, Solomon McKenzie speaks to Dr. Natasha Crowcroft of the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health about how science has shaped Canadian and international law, and how the law has shaped – and continues to shape – the practice of public health.

This program qualifies for up to 0.75 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario. 

Barreau du Québec Continuing Education: This program contains 0.75 hours of content. Upon completion of this podcast, contact us to request your certificate of attendance.

On Episode 4: Undue Hazards, Adam Goldenberg speaks to leading Labour & Employment lawyers Kate McNeill-Keller, Jacques Rousse, and Donovan Plomp about how the law of the workplace will shape employers' response to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially when employees seek to exercise their right to refuse unsafe work, and when temporary layoffs become necessary.

This program qualifies for up to 0.75 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

Barreau du Québec Continuing Education: This program contains 0.75 hours of content. Upon completion of this podcast, contact us to request your certificate of attendance.

On Episode 3: Closing Time, Adam Goldenberg speaks to Chad Rogers of Crestview Strategy about the Government of Ontario's decision to order all "non-essential workplaces" to close. How will the government decide which workplaces are "essential" and which are not? 

This program qualifies for up to 0.2 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

On Episode 2: Acts of GodAdam Goldenberg speaks to Brandon Kain and Meghan S. Bridges about the risks and benefits of using force majeure or "act of God" clauses in commercial agreements. What happens when COVID-19 makes it impractical or impossible for businesses to fulfill their contractual obligations? How will contract law shape COVID-19's impact on the supply chain as the economy slows down? 

This program qualifies for up to 0.3 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

On Episode 1: Inside the Cabinet Room,  Adam Goldenberg is joined by the McCarthy Tétrault Strategic Advisory Group. Together, Jean Charest, Wayne Wouters, and Paul Zed discuss how governments are (or aren’t) using their emergency powers to confront COVID-19 and how businesses should work with government for economic support. 

This program qualifies for up to 0.3 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

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