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NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is questioning why edible marijuana is not included in the government’s bill to legalize pot. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says work is ongoing to regulate cannabis in “all of its forms.”

Toronto IP Lawyer John Simpson

Toronto Appellate Lawyer Cynthia Kuehl

Toronto tax litigator Adrienne Woodyard, counsel at Davis LLP, often assists clients who are being audited and want to know how best to manage that process; she says a letter from the CRA does not necessarily mean trouble.

Without Prejudice, with host Toronto criminal lawyer Marcy Segal,features in this episode a hard-hitting interview with Edward Royle, principal at Roylelaw with topics including how jury selection in this country was changed to factor in racial bias, the Charter of Rights, and the rise of guns in Toronto.

Toronto trusts and estates litigator Nadia Harasymowycz, of Hull & Hull LLP, says that individuals who are appointed as guardians of the property of someone else, usually those declared incapable, have to know they are responsible for their actions.

Hull & Hull TV Episode Eight delves into the topic of writing a will. About half of Canadians do not have a will. Ian Hull and Suzanna Popovic-Montag outline why it is a good idea to have this roadmap for your executor to follow.

Toronto divorce lawyer Gary Joseph, managing partner with MacDonald & Partners LLP, says it's time the government address the issue of self-represented individuals in family courts.

The courts have recognized there are flaws in the Residential Tenancy Act and Toronto real estate lawyer Lisa Laredo agrees.

Hull & Hull TV Episode Seven. Toronto trust, estate and capacity litigators Ian Hull and Suzanna Popovic-Montag discuss the logical steps to avoid issues over a will.

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