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  • L. Feldstein and P. Somascanthan, "The year Canada got serious about opt-out organ donation", The Lawyer's Daily, January 8, 2020
  • L. Feldstein, "Reproductive Health Law" in L. Hardcastle (Ed.), Introduction to Health Law in Canada (pp.123-157), Toronto, Canada, Emond Publishing
  • L. Feldstein, “Statutory interpretation life and death issue in assistance in dying law", The Lawyer's Daily, February 15, 2019
  • L. Feldstein, “How fluoridation runs counter to usual health law", The Lawyer's Daily, November 12, 2018
  • L. Feldstein and P. Somascanthan, “S.H v. D.H.: Embryos are Legal Property in Ontario", Ontario Bar Association, October 3, 2018
  • L. Feldstein, “Potential issues facing the emerging death care industry", The Lawyer's Daily, September 13, 2018
  • L. Feldstein, “The importance of parsing the process of dying", The Lawyer's Daily, July 16, 2018
  • L. Feldstein and M. Rattner, “Death Panels” as Facilitators of Access to Justice" ,The Advocates’ Quarterly, March, 2016
  • L. Feldstein, “Oncologists and Patients Need to Have the Fertility Talk“, Cancer Knowledge Network, February 3, 2016
  • L. Feldstein, “Legal Barriers to Fertility Preservation for Minors with Cancer”, Cancer Knowledge Network, April 28, 2015
  • L. Feldstein, “How to Break Into the Field of Health Law”, Canadian Lawyer, September 15, 2014
  • L. Feldstein and A. Goldberg, “Informed Consent: Liability and Non-disclosure of Potential Fertility Loss”, Cancer Knowledge Network, September 9, 2014
  • L. Feldstein, “Legal Considerations Before Freezing Embryos”, Cancer Knowledge Network, July 29, 2014
  • L. Feldstein, “Family members face an uphill battle in protecting the mentally ill”, National Post, March 19 2014
  • L. Feldstein, “Reproductive & Privacy Law: Access to information about blood relatives“, ADVOCATE (a publication of the Ontario Society of Medical Technologists), Volume 20/Issue 4, Winter 2014
  • L. Feldstein, “Carter v. Canada: Ban on Physician-Assisted Suicide Not Unconstitutional … For Now”, Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, November 6, 2013
  • L. Feldstein, “Advance Care Planning: Lessons learned from the National Elder Law Conference”, Concerned Friends Newsletter, June 2013
  • L. Feldstein, “Is It Legal to Force Medical Treatment? A Consent & Capacity Overview for Family Lawyers”, Ontario Bar Association, Matrimonial Affairs, May 2013
  • L. Feldstein, “What is the purpose of a Power of Attorney for Personal Care?“, Hospital News, May 2013
  • L. Feldstein, “Donor-Conceived Individuals Not Entitled to “Know One’s Past”: Pratten v. British Columbia (Attorney General)“, Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, April 2013
  • L. Feldstein and C. Waldman, “A “Pot Pourri” of Medico-Legal Cases“, Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, December 2012
  • K. Dewhirst, MJ. Dykeman, K. O’Brien, M. McDonald and L. Feldstein., “Professional Staff Credentialing Toolkit”, Ontario Hospital Association, 2012
  • L. Feldstein, “PHIPA Order HO-011: Cancer Care Ontario Ordered to Discontinue Practice of Transferring Screening Reports in Paper Format”, Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, December 2011
  • L. Feldstein, “Eleven Risk Management Lessons from IPC Order 11”, Risk Management in Canadian Health Care, December 2011
  • L. Feldstein, “Mental Health Law: Critical Updates”,Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, June 2011
  • L. Feldstein, “Ontario Health Privacy Update: IPC/O Orders 8 and 9”, Risk Management in Canadian Health Care, December 2010
  • L. Feldstein, “Privacy Update: Safeguarding Personal Health Information on Mobile Devices and Fees for Access”, Ontario Bar Association, Health Matters, December 2010
  • L. Feldstein, “Access to Assisted Conception: A Call for Legislative Reform in Light of the Modern Family (Susan Doe v. Attorney General of Canada)”, Canadian Journal of Family Law, November 2010
  • L. Feldstein, “Access to Healthcare Among Ontario’s Homeless Population: Identifying Barriers to Increase Accessibility”, Risk Management in Canadian Health Care, April 2009
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