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Practical Halachah on the Laws of Shabbat

Chabad.org: Rabbi Yosef Shusterman

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Learn the practical laws and customs to properly observe the Shabbat with renowned halachic expert Rabbi Yosef Shusterman. Presented is a comprehensive series of fifteen-minute lessons on applying Jewish law related to Shabbat in a clear and to-the-point style.
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 00.50), before moving on to highlight the JCT's release of its 2024 Edition Contracts (starts at 12.58). They also discuss the judgment in Vainker and another v Marbank Construction Ltd and others [2024] EWHC …
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 00.50), before moving on to the judgments in Bellway Homes Ltd v Surgo Construction Ltd [2024] EWHC 269 (TCC) (starts at 10.55) and Taylor v Jones and another (Rev1) [2024] EWCA Civ 170 (starts at 30.35). Fina…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 01.00), before moving on to the judgments in Lancashire Schools SPC Phase 2 Ltd (formerly Catalyst Education (Lancashire) Phase 2 Ltd) v Lendlease Construction (Europe) Ltd (formerly Bovis Lend Lease Ltd) [202…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss what to expect in construction law in 2024 (starts at 1.08), before moving on to the judgment in Van Elle Ltd v Keynvor Morlift Ltd [2023] EWHC 3137 (TCC) (starts at 39.15). Finally, they end with a brief discussion on other news of note (starts at 47.26).…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 3.12), before moving on to the judgments in Lendlease Construction (Europe) Ltd v Aecom Ltd [2023] EWHC 2620 (TCC) (starts at 24.57), Lidl Great Britain Ltd v Closed Circuit Cooling Ltd (t/a 3CL) [2023] EWHC 3…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 0.48 minutes), before moving on to the judgments in ISG Retail Ltd v FK Construction Ltd [2023] EWHC 1718 (TCC) (starts at 24.37 minutes), J&B Hopkins Ltd v A&V Building Solution Ltd [2023] EWHC 2475 (TCC) (st…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the latest building safety developments (starts at 1.10), before moving on to the judgment in AZ v BY [2023] EWHC 2388 (TCC) (starts at 11.00), the International Statutory Adjudication Forum's (ISAF) draft model law on statutory adjudication (starts at 22.46) …
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction highlight the latest building safety developments (starts at 2.45) and discuss the reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) crisis (starts at 16.42). They then move on to the judgments in Lidl Great Britain Ltd v Closed Circuit Cooling Ltd (t/a 3CL) [2023] EWHC 2…
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This episode, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction highlight the latest building safety developments (starts at 0.44) and attempt to clear up confusion over CE marking (starts at 7.07). They then consider the judgments in Sudlows Ltd v Global Switch Estates 1 Ltd [2023] EWCA Civ 813 (starts at 10.42), Home Group Ltd v…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss the Court of Appeal's judgment in URS Corporation Ltd v BDW Trading Ltd [2023] EWCA Civ 772 (starts at 1.50) before turning to discuss a number of other building safety developments (starts at 20.16), BCLP's survey on AI in international arbitration (starts at 3…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction look at a number of building safety developments (starts at 0.44), before moving on to the judgments in FK Construction Ltd v ISG Retail Ltd [2023] EWHC 1042 (TCC) (starts at 8.03) and FM Conway Ltd v The Rugby Football Union [2023] EWCA Civ 418 (starts at 16.30). Final…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss 25 years of the payment and adjudication provisions of the Construction Act 1996 applying to construction contracts (starts at 1.18), a number of building safety developments (including registering higher-risk buildings, draft Responsible Actors Scheme Regulatio…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss a number of building safety developments, (starts at 1.03), before moving onto the judgments in JA Ball Ltd (in administration) v St Philips Homes (Courthaulds) Ltd (unreported), 3 February 2023 (TCC) (starts at 19.20) and Elements (Europe) Ltd v FK Building Ltd…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss building safety developments (starts at 0.51), including drafting issues that arise in project documents (like agreements for lease (starts at 6.02)). They then move onto items with a numerical theme: four adjudication enforcement judgments (starts at 14.23), th…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss building safety developments, including the building safety developers' contract, various consultations and LDC (Portfolio One) Ltd v George Downing Construction Ltd [2022] EWHC 3356 (TCC) (starts at 1.00); three adjudication enforcement judgments (Sudlows Ltd v…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction discuss what construction practitioners might expect in 2023, with an appeal to the Supreme Court in Abbey Healthcare (Mill Hill) Ltd v Simply Construct (UK) LLP [2022] EWCA Civ 823 (starts at 0.43), an expectation that cladding claims will continue to make their way th…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction consider the interaction between adjudication enforcement and section 9 of the Arbitration Act 1996 in Northumbrian Water Ltd v Doosan Enpure Ltd and another [2022] EWHC 2881 (TCC) (starts at 1.03), confusion over CE marks (starts at 12.03), the private sector construct…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction consider three judgments dealing with termination (Manor Co-Living Ltd v RY Construction Ltd [2022] EWHC 2715 (TCC) (starts at 1.20), Thomas Barnes & Sons Plc v Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council [2022] EWHC 2598 (TCC) (starts at 7.07) and Optimares SpA v Qatar Airwa…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction consider two cases involving the destruction of evidence (Vardy v Rooney [2022] EWHC 2017 (QB) and Ocado Group plc v McKeeve [2022] EWHC 2478 (Ch)) (starts at 1.00), injunctions against trespassers (High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd v Persons Unknown [2022] EWHC 2360 (KB)) (star…
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This month, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood from Practical Law Construction consider a range of building safety developments (starts at 2.45); the judgment in Essential Living (Greenwich) Ltd v Elements (Europe) Ltd [2022] EWHC 1400 (TCC), where the court granted declarations regarding the binding nature of an adjudicator's decision (starts at …
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In this month's The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments related to building safety including provisions of the Building Safety Act 2022 that are already in force, new consultations and secondary legislation, and the new PAS competence standards for the Pri…
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In this month's The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction are joined by Barry Hembling, a partner in the real estate group of Watson Farley and Williams, to discuss the Court of Appeal's judgment in Abbey Healthcare (Mill Hill) Ltd v Simply Construct (UK) LLP [2022] EWCA Civ 823. The court …
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In this month's The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in May's monthly bulletin. We discuss further building safety developments (starts at 1.08), and also look at the draft Construction Contracts (England) Exclusion Order 2022, which will ex…
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In the tenth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in April's monthly bulletin. The Building Safety Bill received Royal Assent and is now known as the Building Safety Act 2022. We discuss when we expect its provisions to come into force (star…
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In the ninth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in March's monthly bulletin. The Building Safety Bill has now concluded its passage through the House of Lords. The latest building safety developments include removal of the role of Building…
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In the eighth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in February's monthly bulletin. These include the latest building safety developments, with the Building Safety Bill moving on to its committee stage (after passing its second reading in the…
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In the seventh The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction are joined by Matt Molloy of MCMS Ltd to discuss a number of developments referred to in January's monthly bulletin. These include the latest building safety developments, with more government guidance on EWS1 forms, developers being …
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In the sixth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction discuss a number of developments referred to in December's monthly bulletin. These include the Court of Appeal's judgment in Rushbond plc v The JS Design Partnership LLP [2021] EWCA Civ 1889 (which is a negligence case against an archit…
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In the fifth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take November's monthly bulletin and look at a number of developments. These include several case law developments (a refusal to enforce an adjudicator's decision on that basis that it was an abuse of process; a reminder that the courts…
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In the fourth The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take October's monthly bulletin and look at the TCLP's Net zero toolkit (which includes new clauses and "high ambition versions" of existing clauses), the Court of Appeal's judgment in John Doyle Construction Ltd (In Liquidation) v Eri…
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In the third The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take September's monthly bulletin and highlight some of the issues arising from two judgments, Downs Road Development LLP v Laxmanbhai Construction (UK) Ltd [2021] EWHC 2441 (TCC) and CC Construction Ltd v Mincione [2021] EWHC 2502 (TCC…
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In the second The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take August's monthly bulletin and highlight three developments of particular interest: the effect partial possession has on liquidated damages (Eco World - Ballymore Embassy Gardens Co Ltd v Dobler UK Ltd [2021] EWHC 2207 (TCC)), what…
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In the inaugural episode of The Construction Briefing podcast, Michelle Rousell and Yassir Mahmood of Practical Law Construction take July's monthly bulletin and highlight three developments of particular interest: the Building Safety Bill, whether a collateral warranty is a construction contract (Toppan v Simply) and recovering liquidated damages …
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One of the prohibited categories of work on Shabbat is Sechitah, which is squeezing out liquid from an item. This class outlines the biblical and rabbinic nature of this prohibition, and the situations it’s permitted. Learn practical applications related to squeezing lemon juice, sucking fruit, wiping up spills, using sponges, baby wipes, nursing a…
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In this class we discuss the prohibition of ‘selecting’ on Shabbat. Learn various laws of borer and their practical application in everyday situations. For example the borer issues to be careful with when setting the table, or when putting away different types of food, how to eat watermelon, and the question of choosing clothing.…
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On Shabbat we abstain from 39 general categories of creative work. In this class we discuss the prohibition of ‘selecting’ on Shabbat. Learn what constitutes the biblical melachah of borer, the underlying principles, and their practical application in contemporary situations. For example what are the criteria for peeling fruit and making a fruit sa…
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In this class we discuss the laws of cooking on Shabbat related to the rabbinic prohibition of ‘chazarah’—returning a pot to the stove on Shabbat. Only if five conditions are met would it be permissible. Learn some practical applications of these principles; for example, how one may return a pot to the blech on Shabbat, what if one didn’t place a b…
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In this class we examine the laws of cooking on Shabbat related to the rabbinic prohibition of ‘shehiya’ (regulations for leaving a pot on the fire before Shabbat). This encompasses the requirement of using a ‘blech’ (a sheet of metal) to cover the fire beneath the pots. Learn the practical application for using hotplates and crockpots, leaving foo…
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In this class we learn the laws of cooking on Shabbat and some of the underlying principles and their practical application. We focus on the principle of ‘cooking after cooking’ as it applies to dry food items as well as to liquids and wet foods. For example may we place cooked noodles into a pot of soup? May one turn on or off the hot water from t…
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In this class we discuss the prohibition of cooking on Shabbat, and learn some of the underlying principles and their practical application. This includes concepts related to the different levels of vessels (keli rishon and keli sheni).and pouring from a hot vessel (iruy). Learn how it practically applies to preparing a tea, and a bowl of soup and …
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On Shabbat we abstain from 39 general categories of creative work. In this class we discuss the prohibition of cooking on Shabbat. Learn what constitutes the biblical ‘melachah’ (prohibited work) of cooking on Shabbat (called bishul), and its underlying principles and practical application. This includes defining the level of heat that’s capable of…
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