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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.

Estate litigation can be costly both financially and emotionally. But there is another avenue besides the courtroom: Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss alternative dispute resolution.

In this episode of Without Prejudice, Toronto criminal lawyers Marcy Segal and Edward Royle interview Jesse Razaqpur, who left a lucrative career working as a lawyer in New York City and Bay St. to practice criminal law.

Prominent Toronto lawyer Sam Marr is caught in a life-and-death Catch-22 that has caused him to make a public plea for someone to step forward and make a live organ donation that could save his life.

Employers need to stay on top of their obligations under Health and Safety legislation, says Toronto employment lawyer Doug MacLeod.

A U.S. case in which a lawyer is accused of murdering her father allegedly using a forged power of attorney raises interesting legal questions in Ontario, says Toronto estate litigator Charles Ticker.

New laws dealing with powers of attorney came into effect in 1995 leaving many worried about the implications. Ian Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag discuss the the various aspects of powers of attorney with Hull & Hull TV host Danna O'Brien.

London appellate lawyer Andrew Murray outlines the Lerners appellate group's top five appeals from the Ontario Court of Appeal. The number one pick is Pastore v. Aviva Canada.

Toronto IP Lawyer John Simpson

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