AdvocateTV
AccounTrust (post until Sept. 30/19)

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould tabled legislation on Thursday aimed at strengthening laws against bestiality and animal fighting. The bill expands the bestiality definition from penetration to any contact for a sexual purpose. (The Canadian Press)

On Episode Twenty-Eight of Hull & Hull TV, founding partner Ian Hull and managing partner Suzana Popovic-Montag of Hull & Hull LLP discuss how Canada's rapidly aging population is becoming a huge challenge for governments and as this shift in demographics is occurring so too are changes happening in the courts.

Toronto estates litigator Jonathon Kappy says an allegation of fraud should not be made lightly when contesting a will.

Toronto Court Reporter Kim Neeson says there are changes in the way court reporting services will be delivered in courthouses in Ontario.

Toronto personal injury lawyer Kevin Marshall says the government and the courts have differing views when it comes to accident benefits.

Crime statistics are down in Canada, but Toronto Criminal Lawyer Christopher Hicks says the reason isn't to do with the Harper government's tough-on-crime laws.

Toronto business lawyer Dorothy Brophy says board members should take the lead in developing an ethical corporate culture.

Toronto estates litigator Charles Ticker says when drawing up a power of attorney for management of property be careful who you choose as your substitute decision-maker.

Toronto Criminal Lawyer Jacob Stilman says dealing with regulatory issues these days is like the "wild west."

Toronto appellate lawyer Cynthia Kuehl has the Lerners appellate group's top five appeals from the Ontario Court of appeal for the month of June, 2013.

NearZeroHexigent Consulting (to remain until August 31/19)Janus Conferences BLOCKCHAINFeldstein Family Law (post until May 31/19)Lexop SJO Legal Jennifer Shuber (post until Jan. 31/19)