What's News Blog
By: Alan Farrer
The Ontario Court of Appeal released its much anticipated decision in Moore v. Getahun at noon today.
The case dealt with circumstances surrounding allegedly negligent medical care following a motorcycle accident. However, it was the rulings by the trial judge about the legal effect of communications between trial counsel and an expert witness that made this case of general interest to all lawyers and expert witnesses in Ontario.
Thomson Rogers, PIA Law and MADD Canada would like to remind you to drink responsibly this holiday season.
One day can change the world. World Aids Day - December 1st.
Thomson, Rogers has been a proud supporter of Give a Day since 2007.
Give a Day challenges each Canadian, particularly those in the medical and legal communities, to recognize World AIDS Day by giving one day’s pay to the fight against HIV.
Give a Day runs workplace and community campaigns in Canada encouraging donations to two worthy recipient organizations – the Stephen Lewis Foundation and Dignitas International. The money donated to these organizations is put towards the funding of grassroots programs in Africa ranging from preventative education to school funding for orphans.
World AIDS Day takes place annually on December 1st. For more information and to donate please visit www.giveaday.ca
Thomson, Rogers, a proud member firm of the Personal Injury Alliance, is thrilled to announce the new association between PIA Law and MADD Canada. PIA law joins MADD Canada in supporting victims of impaired driving and raising awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.
Thomson, Rogers is pleased to announce that Denitza Koev, Michael Gerhard and Jessica Luscombe have joined the firm as associates.
Air Date: October 10, 2014
Station: Moose FM 99.5
Richard Halpern, partner at Thomson, Rogers and proud member of the Personal Injury Alliance, discusses the laws regarding impaired driving and the work that the PIA is doing with MADD Canada to help eliminate impaired driving in Canada.
TORONTO –After years of gridlock, transit delays and scandals, a large majority of Torontonians want recall legislation, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll done exclusively for Global News.
Eighty-seven per cent of the 1,252 polled by Ipsos Reid agreed Torontonians should be able to remove politicians from office if they don’t have confidence in their leadership.
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