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  • NFL Gender Gap – A DisgraceOctober 17, 2017

    The National Football League gives me such a robust body of material about which to write, as an employment lawyer, that it is kind of breathtaking. Or maybe I am just a little bit obsessed. Either way. Cam Newton recently, and unfortunately, scoffed at a reporter (who happened to be female, which I … Read more »

  • Harvey Weinstein – Let's Call it Like it isOctober 16, 2017

    The New York Times broke a story about Harvey Weinstein and his decades of sexual misconduct at work.Here is what Forbes had to say about the scandal.The Weinstein company board released a statement Sunday, which read in part:”In light of new information about misconduct by Harvey Weinstein that has … Read more »

  • Going to bat for physicians (and why Justin should too)October 14, 2017

    Once again, I find myself posting on a topic that pits my emotions against my professional instincts. I voted for Justin Trudeau in the last election for reasons I do not intend to get into in this article, but broadly speaking I thought he could make Canada better even while knowing I was going to … Read more »

  • Trump Tramples Human RightsSeptember 25, 2017

    I am inclined to wonder what colour the sky is in Donald Trump’s world.  Please note that I generally prefer to avoid the fracas of Trump and his tweeting, but this week the leader of the free world has trampled on human rights in at least one recent comment.  More specifically, Trump would apparent … Read more »

  • Law students helping access to justice in BCFebruary 21, 2017

    This post is intended as a piece of free publicity for the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program.  This program is run through the University of British Columbia’s law school.  Law students provide free advice to low income individuals on a variety of matters.  They can represent the individuals in pro … Read more »