Miller Thomson podcasts

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Episode 5: Resuming Health Services Amid COVID-19

June 30, 2020 | Karima Kanani, Kristen Vandenberg

Morning Commute with Miller Thomson

Listen to Episode 5 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. Miller Thomson's Health Industry lawyers discuss issues that health care providers in Ontario will need to consider as they resume services.

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Episode 4: Re-Opening Your Business – Key Considerations in Returning Your Employees to Work

May 25, 2020 | Inna Koldorf, Stephen M. Torscher, Claudia Desjardins Belisle, Katie Comley

Morning Commute with Miller Thomson

Listen to Episode 4 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. Miller Thomson's Labour & Employment team discusses key takeaways for businesses and organizations preparing the workplace for returning employees.

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Episode 3: Mediating in the Times of COVID-19 and Beyond – Perspectives of the Miller Thomson Environmental Law Group

May 5, 2020 | Tamara Farber, Bryan J. Buttigieg, Nahla Khouri

Morning Commute with Miller Thomson

Listen to Episode 3 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. In this episode, we share tips and insights on how to be an effective advocate in online mediation.

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Episode 2: Construction Dirt – Where Does It Go and Who Regulates It

February 24, 2020 | Tamara Farber, John R. Tidball

Morning Commute with Miller Thomson

Listen to Episode 2 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. This Environmental episode examines the issues of excess soil and waste from construction projects in Ontario.

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Episode 1: Critical Communications in Workplace Investigations

January 20, 2020 | Nafisah Chowdhury, Gita Anand

Morning Commute with Miller Thomson

Listen to Episode 1 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. This episode of Labour & Employment delves into issues surrounding harassment complaints and workplace investigations.

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The podcast sets out a variety of materials relating to the law to be used for educational and non-commercial purposes only; the podcaster(s) of the podcast do not intend the podcast to be a source of legal advice or a recommendation of any particular product or service. Please retain and seek the advice of a lawyer and use your own good judgement before choosing to act on any information included in the podcast. If you choose to rely on the materials, you do so entirely at your own risk.