Mars 2019
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1230 CBC North Iqaluit (CFFB-AM)
Michael Geist talks about content creation, broadcasting, and film production in Canada.

#MeToo and restricting the use of non disclosure agreements in Canada (CBA National)
Alexander Gay, Common Law Section, writes about the use of non-disclosure agreements in Canada.

People smoke for the nicotine but they die from the smoke: Prof. David Sweanor (ET HealthWorld)
David Sweanor, Common Law Section, talks about the trends and challenges in smoking cessation interventions.

Tragédie des Broncos : Jaskirat Singh Sidhu connaîtra sa peine vendredi (Radio-Canada)
Jennifer Quaid, Section de droit civil, commente le cas de Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, le chauffeur du semi-remorque responsable de la collision avec l'autocar de l'équipe des Broncos en Saskatchewan, qui connaîtra sa peine vendredi.

Philpott and Wilson-Raybould can speak freely on SNC-Lavalin in Commons, says former law clerk Social Sharing (CBC News)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section, explains that while Wilson-Raybould would not be sanctioned in any way for what she says in the Commons, her words could have an impact on SNC-Lavalin's ongoing criminal trial.

Budget fédéral : création d'un mécanisme de surveillance et d'enquête sur nos gardes-frontières (RCI)
Craig Forcese, faculté de droit civil, commente la création d’un mécanisme de surveillance et d’enquête sur nos gardes-frontière.

Budget includes watchdog agency for border guards (CBC News (Online))
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, comments on the expansion of the mandate of the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC) to field complaints about the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).

'Web of data' collected by smart city tech stokes privacy fears (Ottawa Business Journal)
Teresa Scassa, the Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Privacy, talks about the fact that privacy should be top of mind in smart city initiatives.

Spain puts prison psychology experiment on hold (Bio Edge)
Roland Nadler, Common Law Section, says the idea of Spain running psychology experiments on prisoners is a classic and genuinely difficult ethical dilemma.

Federal Court strikes down SNC-Lavalin's bid for remediation agreement (National Post)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section, comments on the SNC-Lavalin crisis.

Canada's Justin Trudeau is Facing a Divisive Political Scandal. Can He Survive? (Time)
David Moscrop, Post-doctoral fellow.

La Cour fédérale déboute SNC-Lavalin (Le Devoir)
Jennifer Quaid, Faculté de droit civil.

Analyse: SNC-Lavalin dans le collimateur de la justice (Le Devoir)
Jennifer Quaid, Faculté de droit civil.

Scandal threatens to make Justin Trudeau a one-term prime minister (Irish Times)
Roland Paris, Faculty of Social Sciences.

Trudeau in trouble? (DePaulia)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

The Bill Kelly Show (AM 900 Hamilton (CHML-AM))
Genevieve Tellier, Faculty of Social Sciences.

Crise politique au Canada : démission de deux ministres, l'image de Justin Trudeau écornée (Sud Ouest)
Marcel Chartrand, Faculté des arts.

Global National: Mar 8 (Global News)
Jennifer Quaid, Faculté de droit civil.

Federal Court strikes down SNC-Lavalin's bid for remediation agreement (National Post)
Jennifer Quaid, Faculté de droit civil.

BBC World Service (91.5 WUNC 91.5 Chapel Hill (WUNC-FM))
Errol Mendez, Faculty of Law, Common Law section.

Gottlieb's resignation may turn down FDA heat on tobacco industry (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Common Law Section, comments on Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s resignation as Food and Drug Administration commissioner.

In Spain, prisoners' brains are being electrically stimulated in the name of science (VOX)
Roland Nadler, Common Law Section, explains that when inmates sign a consent form, they may be doing it under a kind of psychological duress.

Who may have broken the law in the SNC-Lavalin scandal? (Toronto Star)
Written by Duff Conacher, Common Law Section.

SNC-Lavalin: Did Justin Trudeau break the law? (National Post)
Joseph Magnet, Common Law Section.

What you need to know about the SNC-Lavalin affair (CBC News)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section.

Liberals say they are just trying to protect jobs; Criminal Code forbids certain interference (National Post)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section and Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Four lingering questions after Gerald Butts' testimony on the SNC-Lavalin affair (National Post)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Justin Trudeau crisis: Canadian prime minister 'SHOULD be prosecuted' (UK Express)
Duff Conacher, Common Law Section.

Justin Trudeau's cabinet rallies behind him after second resignation (MSN)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section.

Ottawa Law Professor Jennifer Quaid on Corporate Crime in Canada (Corporate Crime Reporter)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Horgan OK with SNC-Lavalin Bidding for $1.4-Billion Bridge in BC (The Tyee)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

WATCH: Global National - March 7 (Global News)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Butts says no inappropriate PMO interference in SNC-Lavalin case (Graffio Tech)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Ottawa Law Professor Jennifer Quaid on Corporate Crime in Canada (Corporate Crime Reporter)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section,

Justin Trudeau CRISIS: Canada PM ON BRINK as polls reveal popularity PLUMMETING (UK Express)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section

Who may have broken the law in the SNC-Lavalin scandal? (Toronto Star)
Written by Duff Conacher, Common Law Section.

SNC-Lavalin: Did Justin Trudeau break the law? (National Post)
Joseph Magnet, Common Law Section.

What you need to know about the SNC-Lavalin affair (CBC News)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section.

Liberals say they are just trying to protect jobs; Criminal Code forbids certain interference (National Post)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section and Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Four lingering questions after Gerald Butts' testimony on the SNC-Lavalin affair (National Post)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Justin Trudeau crisis: Canadian prime minister 'SHOULD be prosecuted' (UK Express)
Duff Conacher, Common Law Section.

Justin Trudeau's cabinet rallies behind him after second resignation (MSN)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section.

Ottawa Law Professor Jennifer Quaid on Corporate Crime in Canada (Corporate Crime Reporter)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Horgan OK with SNC-Lavalin Bidding for $1.4-Billion Bridge in BC (The Tyee)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

WATCH: Global National - March 7 (Global News)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Butts says no inappropriate PMO interference in SNC-Lavalin case (Graffio Tech)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

Ottawa Law Professor Jennifer Quaid on Corporate Crime in Canada (Corporate Crime Reporter)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section,

Justin Trudeau CRISIS: Canada PM ON BRINK as polls reveal popularity PLUMMETING (UK Express)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section

High-profile resignations a 'blow' to PM beset by questions about SNC-Lavalin (CBC News)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, comments on the resignations of both Philpott and Wilson-Raybould and says they are a "serious blow to the Liberal Party and to politics in general."

Councillors revolt over LRT contract secrecy (CBC News)
Stéphane Emard-Chabot, Common Law Section, comments on Wednesday’s city council vote to finalize the $4.66-billion procurement deal to expand light rail to Ottawa's suburbs.

Reynolds plans for Vuse e-cig commercials to launch in March (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Common Law Section, discusses electronic cigarettes.  

Huawei CFO Seeks to Undermine Extradition Case With Civil Suit (Bloomberg)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, comments on Huawei’s legal offensive.  

Échoué à Cuba, un Québécois craint de se faire confisquer son bateau (La Presse)
André Braën, Section de droit civil, commente la situation d’un bateau appartenant à un Québécois échoué à Cuba.

March 5: Bratina's outburst, Wilson-Raybould's testimony and other letters to the editor (Hamilton Spectator)
Dean of Law Adam Dudek’s op-ed on the SNC-Lavalin affair in The Globe and Mail is mentioned.

Trudeau promised a new approach to politics. Now he's mired in scandal (MSN)
Errol Mendes, Common Law Section, said that while it was legitimate for the prime minister and others to raise the job losses, when they raised political issues, “that’s straying into absolutely inappropriate pressure.”

Going cashless: Small business owners face pressure to accept plastic (The Globe and Mail)
Vern Krishna, Common Law Section, says the CRA tends to focus its investigative work on cases in which it can get the best return.

Why Jody Wilson-Raybould likely never pushed prosecutors to settle the case against SNC-Lavalin (Financial Post)
Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section, comments on the SNC-Lavalin case.

Powerful clash of 'truths' rock the government (Toronto Star)
Opinion piece by Penny Collenette Common Law Section.

Strategists weigh in on SNC-Lavalin affair: 'I don't think public opinion is set on this' (Hamilton Spectator)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, says "I think people really want the truth. If there's two truths, then Canadians are smart. They'll figure it out. They'll decide. Everybody needs to know what happened and what went on."

Re-centralizing? Re-disorganizing? What exactly is Ontario doing to its health-care system? (CBC News)
Colleen Flood, Common Law Section, comments on Ontario's health-care system.

Cartoonist Surprised By Reaction To Racist Wilson-Raybould Caricature (HuffPost Canada)
This article mentions a tweet from Errol Mendes, Common Law Section.

Is Sir John A. Macdonald to blame for the Wilson-Raybould affair? (National Post)
Adam Dodek, Dean of the Common Law Section.

In the SNC-Lavalin, did anyone break the law? (Toronto Star)
Duff Conacher, Common Law Section.

Ottawa officials keep pushing myths about 'remediation agreements'amid the SNC-Lavalin scandal (Financial Post)
Article written by Jennifer Quaid, Civil Law Section.

[0:30] Les limites de l’ingérence (Le télé journal - SRC Sherbrooke)
Benoit Pelletier, Section de droit civil, et Geneviève Tellier, Faculté des sciences sociales.

Who decides when the red line is crossed in instances like the SNC-Lavalin affair? (iPolitics)
Article written by Errol Mendes, Common Law Section.

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Vendredi, Mars 1, 2019
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