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Episode 12: COVID-19 mandatory vaccination – Issues related to employment

October 14, 2021 | Tracey M. Bailey, Annie Alport, Stephen M. Torscher, Tari M. Hiebert

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What are some key elements that employers need to consider when rolling out a mandatory vaccination policy? Learn more from the newest episode of our podcast series on COVID-19 vaccines.

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Episode 11: COVID-19 mandatory vaccination – Charter challenges

October 8, 2021 | Tracey M. Bailey, Annie Alport

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What does the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protect? Learn more about Charter rights and how they're applied in the context of mandatory vaccine policies.

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Episode 10: Mandatory vaccinations – Legal implications

September 24, 2021 | Tracey M. Bailey, Annie Alport

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Are mandatory vaccine policies enforceable? What are the potential legal challenges with these policies? Discover the answers to these questions and more in ep. 10.

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Episode 9: What is health law?

September 7, 2021 | Tracey M. Bailey, Annie Alport

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What is health law? It's much more than medical malpractice. Listen to our latest podcast episode for a conversation on how wide-ranging this area of law can be.

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Episode 8: What employers need to know about workplace COVID-19 vaccination policies

June 21, 2021 | Stephen M. Torscher, Teri Treiber

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In this episode, we discuss the critical issues you need to think about before rolling out a COVID-19 vaccination policy at your workplace.

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Episode 7: Same workforce, different workplaces – Key considerations for adapting to remote work realities

June 8, 2021 | John Batzel, Veronica S. C. Rossos

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In this episode, we discuss the new realities for employers in the post-pandemic workplace, including addressing health and safety issues for remote workers.

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Episode 6: The role of an environmental expert in legal matters

November 9, 2020 | Tamara Farber, Bryan J. Buttigieg

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Listen to Ep. 6 of Morning Commute with Miller Thomson. In this episode, we discuss the use of experts in an environmental law practice.

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Episode 5: Resuming health services amid COVID-19

June 30, 2020 | Karima Kanani, Kristen Vandenberg

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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 Bélisle, Katie Comley

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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

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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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This 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 this 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.