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Full recordings of Canadian law decisions in podcast format. Two law folk trying to make the law more accessible one decision at a time. Come for the audio ... stay for the jokes. Hosted by Zach & Karly, newly called lawyers. Follow us on twitter @legallistening, check us out on CanLii Connects, find us on YouTube or visit us at legallistening.com
 
Fox Rothschild LLP is a national law firm with over 950 attorneys coast to coast. Our lawyers provide a full range of legal services to public and private companies – from family-run businesses to multinational corporations. We also represent charitable, medical and educational institutions both in the United States and in more than 50 countries worldwide. In our podcasts, the attorneys of Fox share their insight and knowledge on some of today’s most pertinent legal issues impacting individu ...
 
Welcome to the Legal Toolkit, where you'll get the latest trends and business initiatives that help your law firm everyday. Hear from the experts setting the standards for the legal, insurance, and law enforcement industries. You're listening to the Legal Talk Network!
 
The courtroom can be a battlefield over money, people’s rights, and even their lives. For some cases, the consequences can affect us long after the verdict is read. Based on extensive interviews and court transcripts, Wondery’s new podcast LEGAL WARS puts you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history, including Hulk Hogan’s courtroom wrestling match with Gawker, the battle for free speech on the internet, and the Rodney King trial that set off the LA Riot ...
 
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Today we have special guest Tasha Stansbury, frequent podcast decision reader, to bring us this important & recent QB decision. This decision, which falls under changes to the Quebec Civil Code, concerns the ability to change gender markers on government documents for non-citizen residents. There were six provisions of the Civil Code - which applie…
 
A small town cop is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015. He quickly became a martyr in the national media, until a dogged investigator uncovered the officer's bizarre and dark past. When the truth comes out, the townspeople must reconcile betrayal, corruption and the secrets of an American hero. From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next …
 
Today we bring you the tenth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Ten begins a new section which explores the Legacy of the Residential School System. This episode discusses the justice legacy of Residential Schools including the RCMP, prosecutions, civil litigation, limitation periods, educating lawyers, the after…
 
Maybe he wasn’t the funniest Canadian ever (who could unseat Jim Carey?), but Norm Macdonald still deserves his due. Jared pays homage to the late comedian with an overview of his finest works and samplings of his deadpan comedic style. Next up, Jared brings on Stanley Tate to talk through the benefits of niche legal practice. Many lawyers leave la…
 
Today we bring you the ninth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Nine begins a new section which explores the Legacy of the Residential School System. This episode discusses the language and cultural legacy of Residential Schools including language rights, government programs, and reclaiming names. It also discuss…
 
Don't call it a comeback! Today we have a short and sweet special treat. This is an appeal to the ON Divisional Court of a Small Claims matter that was argued by founder extraordinaire Zach when he was a law student at Community Legal Aid! Taken to the Divisional Court by ACTO, this decision is an excellent discussion about the scope, purpose, and …
 
Today we bring you the eighth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Eight begins a new section which explores the Legacy of the Residential School System. This episode discusses the child welfare and educational legacies of the Residential School system, including data, delivery of services, lack of funding, outcome…
 
It's time for the most exciting part of law - statutory interpretation! Listen to Karly read Rizzo & Rizzo Shoes Ltd., which is primarily used now in the context of minimum standards legislation and regulatory law. Before Karly takes you though it, Zach and Karly chat statutory interpretation, constitutional law, regulatory law, minimum standards, …
 
Jared wants to know—how’s your intake process working for you? If you’re like a lot of law firms, with potential leads just quietly slipping into a black hole… you’re doing it wrong. Just so incredibly wrong. Tune in for Jared’s easy, effective client intake tips. Next up, Chelsea Aitken joins Jared to chat about modern phone systems and the import…
 
Welcome to Legal Listening - Where Audio Obiter is our Thing! Today we're dropping a teaser of our September bonus episode - especially for Patrons! Take a quick listen of our EXTRA SPECIAL bonus episode talking about Runaway Jury, featuring super special guest & our Audio Engineer Extraordinaire - Anthony! Anthony usually lurks behind the scenes l…
 
Today we bring you the seventh installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Seven continues to explore the history of residential schools - their origins, purpose, and early impacts. This episode begins at 3/4 of the way down page 110 at "Sports and culture: “It was a relief.” and continues to the end of the section at pag…
 
We love a trilogy! Today we bring you Part III in our multi-part release of Canada (AG) v Walsh, read to you by our own guest reader extraordinaire - Bennison Smith! This decision was our (and Bennison's) favorite of the three and is a fiery dissent by Justice L'Heureux-Dube. If you want to hear Bennison give some context for the case, this dissent…
 
Today we bring you the sixth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Six continues to explore the history of residential schools - their origins, purpose, and early impacts. This episode begins at 1/2 of the way down page 84 at "Arranging and Blocking Marriages" all the way to page 110. We will continue The History wi…
 
How did 9/11 the day become 9/11 the idea? That question drives award-winning host Dan Taberski (Missing Richard Simmons, Running From COPS, The Line) to shift his focus to what happened on 9/12, and every day after that. 9/12 is a poignant, surprising, and surprisingly funny seven episode series about people who wake up on 9/12 having to navigate …
 
School is back and so are we! Today we bring you Part II in our multi-part release of Canada (AG) v Walsh, read to you by our own guest reader extraordinaire - Bennison Smith! If you want to hear Bennison give some context for the case and Zach, Karly, & Bennison's thoughts, head on back to the previous episode! Legal Listening - Where Audio Obiter…
 
Religious allegory might seem like an odd topic for Jared, but, the truth is – C.S. Lewis is just plain splendid. And even a crass iconoclast can fall in love with Narnia. Tune in for Jared’s reflections on this favorite childhood series, along with his recommendations for several of Lewis’ other works. Next up, Jared welcomes Shree Sharma to discu…
 
Today we bring you the fifth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Five continues to explore the history of residential schools - their origins, purpose, and early impacts. This episode begins at 3/4 of the way down page 58 all the way to page 85. We will continue The History with our next episode, which will pick u…
 
Today we've got Part I in our multi-part release of Canada (AG) v Walsh! The extra special part of this episode is that it is read by our very own friend of the podcast Bennison Smith! We also did something a bit different this time - we brought on Bennison, in the (virtual) flesh, to chat about the decision with us! Before Bennison takes us away, …
 
Jared shares the story of Ken Burns’ surprisingly thorough autograph style and, for those without the expertise, offers up his top documentary recommendations so you’ll have something to watch for the next… 10 years or so. (1:58) Then, things get meta with Steve Fretzin as he and Jared talk podcasts on a podcast. They discuss how podcasting could b…
 
Today we bring you the fourth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode four begins the to explore the history of residential schools - their origins, purpose, and early impacts. This episode begins at "The History" and goes until 3/4 of the way down page 58. We will continue The History with our next episode, which wil…
 
Welcome to Legal Listening - Where Audio Obiter is our Thing! Today we're dropping a teaser of our July bonus episode - especially for Patrons! Take a quick listen of our EXTRA SPECIAL bonus episode talking about A Few Good Men, featuring super special guest Bennison Smith! Want to listen to the whole episode? Become a Patron! To become a patron, u…
 
There are decades of entertainment based on the inevitable AI apocalypse, but…is it really all that inevitable? Maybe, just maybe, robots are only here to help you. Think WALL-E—not Ultron—and tune in for Jared’s take on the importance of embracing AI in your legal practice. (1:50) Next up, lawyers need simple, collaborative tools to do their best …
 
Today we've got some more employment law! We bring you Farber v Royal Trust Co, a 1997 SCC decision stemming from the civil law system in Quebec which discusses constructive dismissal. Before Karly takes you through the decision, Zach and Karly chat constructive dismissal, bi-jural decisions, how Farber has "Good Facts" - particularly in restructur…
 
Today we bring you the third installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode three contains the section entitled Commission Activities. This provides an overview of when the Commission was established, its activities, national events, witnesses, and education and outreach. CW: We ask that you take care while engaging with thi…
 
Back to our comfort zone - basics of criminal law! Today we bring you R v Maybin, an SCC seminal decision which deals with causation in the context of the Criminal Code. Before Karly takes you through the decision, Zach and Karly chat context, 'but for' causation, intervening acts, legal journalism, public legal knowledge, accessibility of legal ed…
 
Today we bring you the second installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode two contains the Preface and the Introduction of the Summary of the Final Report of the TRC. This provides an overview of what is contained in the report, and a general overview of the history and legacy of Residential Schools. CW: We ask that you t…
 
We're stepping out into another area of law today with our first ever estates case! Antonio Giamberadino, who was a solo practitioner at the time he recorded this (he is no longer - audio production takes time folks) is going to bring you Milne Estate (Re), a 2019 decision which went all the way to the Ontario Divisional Court. Since Karly and Zach…
 
It’s OK to store files in a shed by the river, right?; Kara Vaval shares how quitting law to sell Mary Kay led her to become a better lawyer than ever; and Jared tests whether Kara can identify a real “Florida Man” in the news. Special thanks to our sponsors TimeSolv, Clio, Scorpion, and Alert Communications.…
 
Today we venture in to some more new territory - our first mental health law decision! We bring you Williams (Re), which is an ONCA decision stemming from an Ontario Review Board decision. Before Karly takes you through the decision, Zach and Karly chat NCRMD, the impacts of Covid on individuals deemed NCRMD, how the ONCA thinks the ORB should be h…
 
Today, in honor of her birthday, we have another special guest reading by dear friend of the podcast Claire Allsop! Claire, our resident family law expert, will be reading the 2021 family law decision of Burrell v Burrell. In addition to being a decision out of Z + K's home jurisdiction of Windsor, this is an excellent decision to grapple with the …
 
This is a collaboration between Legal Listening and the Provincial Court of British Columbia. This article provides general information only and should not be used as authority in court proceedings or as a substitute for legal advice. Link to the eNews article "How do you ask for a court interpreter? Do you have to pay?": https://www.provincialcour…
 
Welcome to the C O L L A B ZONE! Today we present a bonus episode, in collaboration with Little Legal Summaries. Zach reads the Little Legal Summaries May 2021 recap - recapping the most important decisions from May from the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Little Legal Summaries is an amazing law project founded and run by …
 
We're throwing it back today with an oldie - but a goodie - with the 1988 SCC decision of Crocker v Sundance. This fundamental tort law decision about voluntary assumption of risk and foreseeability of harm is brought to you by our extra special guest Lisa Rodríguez (@_rodriguez_lisa) who recently graduated from the University of Calgary! Zach and …
 
Jared recalls childhood trauma; Jess Birken shares tips for "spring cleaning" your law firm; and Jared and Jess try to put a finger on what makes Minnesota so unique.Our opening track is Two Cigarettes by Major Label Interest.The music for the Legal Trends Report Minute is I See You by Sounds Like Sander.Our closing track is August by Dario Benedet…
 
CW: This decision concerns sexual assault - please take care when listening. We're thrilled to bring you Part II in the SCC decision of R v JA! This decisions concerns the legality of advance consent to sex while unconscious. This is the dissenting opinion of Fish J. If you want to hear the Majority opinion or listen to what Zach and Karly thought …
 
Welcome to Legal Listening - Where Audio Obiter is our Thing! Today we're dropping a teaser of our June bonus episode - especially for Patrons! Take a quick listen to Karly and Zach chatting about theshort-lived yet cult favorite 2015-2016 Fox TV show "The Grinder", starring Robe Lowe & Fred Savage. Want to listen to the whole episode? Become a Pat…
 
The season finale! In today's episode, Randy (Josiah's dad) joins Josiah to talk about his faith journey from drugs and rock music to Golden Dawn occultism, on to a born again conversion to Christianity during the 90s. We discuss the rise of the charismatic movement bringing him to Reformed theology, and the impact all of this had on Josiah's faith…
 
Today we bring you the first installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. This is a shortened version of the Calls to Action, a complete version of which - as it appears in the Executive Summary - will be released later this summer. These are the 94 specific calls to action which the TRC called for and it is essential reading/list…
 
CW: This decision concerns sexual assault - please take care when listening. WE'RE BACK! We're so thrilled to return from spring/summer hiatus to bring you Part I in the SCC decision of R v JA! This decisions concerns the legality of advance consent to sex while unconscious. After giving a bit of context on the case, Zach and Karly get very philoso…
 
In today's episode, Monikpal (@MonikpalSingh) joins Josiah to discuss Sikhi, interfaith, and the divide between Eastern and Western religions. He clarifies some major misconceptions about the faith, and we talk about the similarities and differences between Sikhi and Christianity. Lovely Allen - Holy Fuck Skin Game - DIIV Expect the Bayonet - Sheer…
 
In today's episode, Kyle (@mma_marxian) joins Josiah to talk about his recent conversion to Islam. We trace his journey from southern evangelicalism (both charismatic and reformed) into agnosticism, Buddhism, and mainline Christianity before eventually coming to the conclusion that God is one. Every Thought a Thought of You - mewithoutYou Wolves at…
 
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