Episode 6: Frank Portman on Workplace Safety and the Family Farm by Glen Jameson

Frank Portman reads case law daily, at a volume that few lawyers match once they leave law school. It's integral to his job, which is in an area of law that is considered relatively fluid when compared to most other areas of practice.

He also works in a more grizzly area of practice - not for the faint of heart - health and safety regulation. You may remember this mid-2000s WSIB spot about a young woman being scalded while working as a sous-chef in what I consider the most NSFL PSA ever broadcast on television. Well, those accidents actually happen and the crown generally has something to say about the workplaces in which they occur. This is what Frank does.

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