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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 AnchorSoundCloudSpotify, and Apple Podcasts.

McCarthy Tétrault LLP is providing this podcast as a public service, and while it may contain legal information, it is neither legal advice nor a legal opinion, recommendation or statement of policy of McCarthy Tétrault LLP. The information, views and personal opinions expressed by guests from outside of McCarthy Tétrault LLP are entirely their own and their appearance on the podcast does not express or imply an endorsement by McCarthy Tétrault LLP of the information, views or opinions expressed by any guest, or of any entity they represent.

On Episode 18: Mask Nicely: As municipal and provincial governments start requiring Canadians to wear masks indoors, host Adam Goldenberg speaks to McCarthy Tétrault Partners Miranda Lam and Véronique Wattiez Larose and Associate Patrick Pengelly about what businesses can and sometimes must do to keep their premises – and their employees – safe.This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

On Episode 17: History in the making – We hope, our regular host, Adam Goldenberg, speaks to Dr. Natasha Crowcroft, an internationally recognized expert in immunization and the incoming Senior Technical Advisor, Measles and Rubella Control, at the World Health Organization, about the prospects of vaccine research and the science of going back to work.

We are pleased to be joined by an esteemed guest speaker who presents a spectrum of views on this episode. The opinions and views cited are their own and not those of the firm.

On Episode 16: Same Storm, Different Boat – Inclusion in the Time of COVID, Nikki Gershbain, Chief Inclusion Officer, explores the differential impact the pandemic is having on diverse communities and considers what an inclusive recovery might look like in her discussion with Jonathan Cohen, Director of the Open Society Public Health Program; Rosel Kim, a Staff Lawyer at LEAF, the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund; Atrisha Lewis, a Senior Associate at McCarthy Tétrault; and Ken Fredeen, General Counsel of Emeritus and a Senior Partner with Deloitte Canada.

We are pleased to be joined by esteemed guest speakers who present a spectrum of views on this episode. The opinions and views cited are their own and not those of the firm.

On Episode 15: Contact (Tracing) High – Part Two, we continue to explore the privacy implications of contact tracing applications and what it means for your data in part two of Jade Buchanan’s discussion with Charles Morgan and Christine Ing, two leading technology and privacy lawyers, and Kate McNeill-Keller, a leading labour and employment lawyer.

This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

On Episode 14: Contact (Tracing) High – Part One, we explore the privacy implications of contact tracing applications and what it means for your data in part one of Jade Buchanan’s discussion with Charles Morgan and Christine Ing, two leading technology and privacy lawyers, and Kate McNeill-Keller, a leading labour and employment lawyer. This is part one of a two part series.

This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario. 

On Episode 13: All Rise – If You’re Wearing Pants, Adam Goldenberg speaks to Dorothy Charach and Andrew Kalamut about how litigators and courts are keeping matters moving during COVID-19, and about the lasting effects that the lockdown could have on civil dispute resolution.

This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario. 

On Episode 12: Vigilamus pro te, Pippa Leslie speaks with Canada’s former Chief of the Land Staff, retired Lieutenant General the Honourable Andrew Leslie — yes, there is a relation — about the military’s role in responding to COVID-19, and about how the Canadian Forces operate when the enemy is a virus.

We are pleased to be joined by an esteemed guest speaker who presents a spectrum of views on this episode. The opinions and views cited are their own and not those of the firm.

On Episode 11: Open and Shut, Adam Goldenberg speaks with our panel of Strategic Advisors — Jean Charest, Wayne Wouters, and Paul Zed — about how governments and politicians are weighing the costs and benefits of an extended shutdown, and about what governments will do to “reboot” the Canadian economy afterward.

On Episode 10: Family Time, All the Time, Adam Goldenberg speaks to Gillian Kerr and Michael Scherman about the rules and realities of working from home, including the need to juggle cybersecurity obligations and family responsibilities. This is Part Two of a series on working from home.

On Episode 9: Check Your Privilege, Adam Goldenberg talks to Malcolm Mercer, Treasurer of the Law Society of Ontario, about the challenges that lawyers face in fulfilling their professional obligations while working remotely. This episode is the first in a series about working from home.

We are pleased to be joined by an esteemed guest speaker who presents a spectrum of views on this episode. The opinions and views cited are their own and not those of the firm.

On Episode 8: Commercial Leases in Unreasonable Times, Adam Goldenberg speaks with Abraham Costin and Annie Gagnon-Larocque about how COVID-19 is affecting relationships between commercial landlords and tenants – and what it may mean for the future of commercial real estate.

This program qualifies for up to 0.5 hours of CPD credit under the mandatory education regimes in British Columbia and Ontario.

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.

View a list of past episodes of Law in the Time of COVID-19 here.

 

Balado: Le droit aux temps de la COVID-19 (In French)

Le droit aux temps de la COVID-19 is available on SoundCloud, Spotify et Apple Podcasts

View a list of past episodes of Le droit aux temps de la COVID-19 here

Videos

Worker Non-compliance with Health & Safety Guidelines and Precautions in the Workplace - What’s the Risk?

In our first installment of our “What’s the Risk” series, Marco Fimiani and Meghan Hillstrom from our Labour & Employment Group consider the risk to organizations as a result of worker non-compliance with health and safety guidelines and precautions in the workplace. They touch upon the risks organizations may face as a result of workers potentially contracting and spreading COVID-19, including potential civil, criminal and regulatory implications if health and safety guidelines and precautions are not effectively implemented, adhered to and enforced. 

(Video is available in English only)

PE Market Snapshot

McCarthy Tétrault’s Private Equity Co-heads, Patrick Shea and Shevaun McGrath, interview the former Quebec Premier and former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Jean Charest, who provides his insights about the impact of COVID-19 on PE players and what to expect on the macro business and public policy fronts going forward.

Webinars

Is your Project “Stimulus Package Ready” for Canada’s Economic Reboot? 

The federal and provincial governments are preparing plans to advance billions of dollars in infrastructure spending as a way to stimulate the Canadian economy once current pandemic restrictions are lifted. Project stakeholders need to ensure projects are not only “shovel-ready” but also “shovel worthy” to qualify for government stimulus funding.

If you missed it, McCarthy Tétrault lawyers led a panel discussion to get practical perspectives on how to position your project to qualify for infrastructure stimulus funding to help get Canada’s economy back on track.

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