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Week 2 of our cybersecurity panel presented by Invest Ottawa! This episode features Deepak Dutt, Founder and CEO of Zighra. Deepak tells us about the creation of Zighra, the service capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI), introduces us to SensifyID and behavioural biometrics, and provides insight for businesses in the ever-changing technological market. Behavioural biometrics will blow your mind! This is a must listen! You can find Deepak on LinkedIn by following this link: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/deepakdutt You can also find Deepak on Twitter by following this link: https://twitter.com/dcdutt?lang=en For more information about Zighra, please visit this link: https://zighra.com/ Learn more about Invest Ottawa by clicking this link: https://www.investottawa.ca/
In this episode, we speak with Joe Cummins, Founder and CEO of CybernetIQ. Joe tells us about his lengthy career in cybersecurity, the creation of CybernetIQ and its product CLAW (Control, Layer, Assessment, Work Station). Joe also offers valuable advice for entrepreneurs and businesses, especially for those working during COVID-19. You can find him on LinkedIn by following this link: shorturl.at/gxDKM For more information about CybernetIQ, please visit this link: shorturl.at/iFITV Learn more about Invest Ottawa by clicking this link: shorturl.at/mEGWY
In this episode, we speak with Matt Maurer, Co-Chair of Torkin Manes LLP’s Cannabis Law Group and the Chair of their Franchise Law group. Matt tells us about the evolving landscape of the cannabis industry, with particular attention to retail, which has been catalyzed by COVID-19. You can find him on Twitter at @MattPMaurer and on LinkedIn by following this link: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/maurermatt.
Lawrence David, a professor at the University of Ottawa discusses stare decisis at the Supreme Court of Canada, bolstered with his insights and findings found in his new book Stare Decisis, The Charter and the Rule of Law in the Supreme Court of Canada. You can find him on LinkedIn searching Lawrence David or by following this link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawrencedavidlegal/?originalSubdomain=ca
In this episode, we practice social distancing at home and speak to Yasir Naqvi. Yasir is a former Attorney General of Ontario and MPP, and is currently the CEO of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC). Yasir tells us his immigration story, instructs on how we can be better Canadians, and discusses particularly difficulties immigrants face caused by COVID -19. Check out the ICC’s website at https://www.inclusion.ca/ and follow Yasir on twitter @ https://twitter.com/Yasir_Naqvi.
In this episode, we speak with Michael Jakac-Sinclair about his journey with dyslexia and ADHA and later joining forces with his friend to start the not-for-profit organization Open Doors. They saw a hole in the market and jumped in to solve it by providing awareness, new ideas and funds to their community. It started in BC but has made its way to Ottawa-Gatineau so stay tuned, their team has a lot in store.
Sorry for being MIA but we are back! In this episode, we speak to Taayo Simmonds, managing partner at Simmonds Law and host of the Rebuttable Presumptions podcast. Big Law vs. Small Law, opening your own practice, and the highs and lows are all discussed! I think basketball, Suits and Trump also come up but that's for you to find out!
In this episode, we speak with Jevin about his and Simon's journey of starting Willowbee and then later, their exit. Listen to learn all about their run with starting the company and if you want more information on Willowbee, it is still active and can be found here: https://www.willowbee.ca/
In the episode, we recorded out of office! What better way to discuss working remotely...than working remotely! We speak to Jevin who builds and manages remote teams. Learn more about this topic by visiting his website and of course, listening to this episode! https://www.buildingremoteteams.com/
In this podcast, we talk to Francesca Fox, a student at our firm about her journey through law school in the UK, studying at the University of Sussex and transitioning back to Canada.
In this episode, we were the ones being asked the questions. The Lean Law Firm's hosts Larry Port and Dave Maxfield had a conversation with us about our real-life Lean implementation in our Ottawa law firm. Check it out and listen to everyone share their experiences and insight when it comes to trying to attract the best clients for business. Republished with permission by Lean Law The Lean Law Firm's podcast can be found at Spotify, iTunes and Google Play!
Privacy and Cybersecurity, two topics that are becoming more intertwined in our lives day by day. Kimberley Chew Leung and Serge Paquette speak with us about GDPR, Cyber Insurance, and privacy concerns.
Our first remote interview! Today we learn all about emotional intelligence from Equos co-founder Marcus Mackay! Become a better emotional communicator!
Here is a bonus episode that tags along with our previous episode with Kara Henry. We wanted to highlight the resources provided by the Law Society of Ontario when it comes to mental health in the workplace.
On today's podcast, we have Kara Henry with us, a law clerk at our firm that doubles as a social media influencer. We dive into the topic of mental health at the workplace, personal experiences and the rest... you'll need to listen to find out.
This week we have a continuation of the conversation with Andrew Herr from Letterkenny where we dive into his side hassle of writing a show. We talk about the process, any complications that can happen along the way and have some good laughs along the way.
Andrew Herr, known as Jonesy on Letterkenny joined us this week to discuss the peculiarities of the entertainment industry, managers, agents and the rest... I guess you will need to listen to find out. Corrections: In this episode I mention Andrew Herr is taking a break from acting...this is definitely not the case! Andrew is continuing to act and is completing his writing project as a side project!
This week you can listen to part two of the conversation we had with Michael McDonald regarding eSports. You'll learn our personal game preferences along with insight on current court cases, more on contracts and limitations players face in this industry.
This episode is part one of a conversation we have with Michael McDonald, a fellow lawyer at MDK Business Law. We dove into the world of the eSports industry; its growth, the limitations and contracts players sign when joining onto teams. This week we are trying a new format of having a conversation broken up into two parts. Let us know what you think about this change at either firstname.lastname@example.org, @MDKPC on Twitter or @mdkpodcasts_disrobed on Instagram
Today we sit down with Ryan Flewelling, a litigator at DS Avocats, we discuss life as a litigator, access to justice, and funny court moments. Just a heads up, we were having some mic issues, so if you hear someone talking from the heavens, don't worry it's just our host Simon! Corrections: The R v Jordan case limited detention periods to 18 months for Ontario Provincial Court Matters and 30 months for Ontario Superior Court of Justice matters.
Welcome to the first episode of Disrobed. In this episode we speak to Mona Shadid, a law student who works at MDK, about her journey to law school and her experience working at our law firm.
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