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Reading news reports it would seem as if the war on drugs is scaling down. But Toronto criminal lawyer tells Kate Wheeler, of Sirius Radio's What She Said, that is not so.

Reading news reports it would seem as if the war on drugs is scaling down. But Toronto criminal lawyer tells Kate Wheeler, of Sirius Radio's What She Said, that is not so.

Toronto health lawyer Mary Jane Dykeman, partner with DDO Health Law, says with the advancing age of Baby Boomers new pressures are emerging for the system as they start to navigate it.

Toronto health lawyer Mary Jane Dykeman, partner with DDO Health Law, says with the advancing age of Baby Boomers new pressures are emerging for the system as they start to navigate it.

Toronto tax planner and litigator David Rotfleisch says the old cliche the only thing guaranteed in life is death and taxes, is true.

Toronto tax planner and litigator David Rotfleisch says the old cliche the only thing guaranteed in life is death and taxes is true.

In domestic assault matters mistakes in the way you defend the case can be very costly so bringing on a lawyer with experience is important. Toronto criminal lawyer Aaron Harnett has that experience and talks with Kate Wheeler on The Practice, about what is involved.

Franchise lawyer Peter Dillon, partner with Siskinds, says that the courts tend to give franchisees a get out of jail free card.

Wading through the murky waters of Dating after ‎Divorce? 

Nathalie Boutet is a pioneer in the field of Neuro Family Law, the integration of the science of the brain and the psychology of negotiation into law. Her intention is to help professionals better understand and work with their clients to enable families to go through a separation in a less painful manner. Here Nathalie joins Kate Wheeler and Sharon Caddy on WhatSheSaid.

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