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A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has struck down a law permitting federal prisons to place inmates in solitary confinement indefinitely. The B.C. Civil Liberties Association says the practice hinders prisoners' rehabilitation.

On this episode of Hull & Hull TV, Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss how to plan for two certainties: death and taxes.

Toronto Personal Injury Lawyer Kevin Marshall has some important pointers for hosts of holiday parties.

Toronto criminal lawyer Marcy Segal interviews Edward Royle and articling student Lavinia Latham about various issues surrounding breaking into the criminal law field for women.

Toronto corporate lawyer Dorothy Brophy says when the Ontario Not for Profit Corporations Act comes into force this spring there will be a more efficient way for charities and not for profits to incorporate.

Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss compensation issues which can arise for executors, trustees and attorneys. For example, they all have very different roles which determines payment.

Toronto Appellate Lawyer Brian Radnoff has Lerners appellate group's top five appeals from the Ontario Court of Appeal for the month of October.

Toronto Employment Lawyer Doug MacLeod explains why employment contracts should be reviewed regularly.

Toronto employment lawyer Kumail Karimjee says employers should review overtime policies to ensure compliance with the Employment Standards Act.

Toronto Fertility Lawyer Sara Cohen says many Canadians who use in vitro fertilization don't realize embryo donation is an option even if their fertility clinic does not offer it.

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