Practice Highlights

Darcy Merkur is a highly regarded Ontario Trauma Lawyer helping accident victims (such as pedestrians, cyclists & motorists sustaining catastrophic injuries).

Darcy is proud to be one of just two plaintiff’s personal injury lawyers in Ontario with all of the following credentials:

  • Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario
  • recognized as an expert in personal injury litigation in  The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory
  • recognized as an expert in personal injury litigation in The Best LawyersTMin Canada
  • recognized as AV Preeminent® in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, and
  • is a partner at a Top 10 Personal Injury Law Firm in Canada according to Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

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Personal Injury:
In addition to being certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a specialist in Civil Litigation, Darcy has been recognized by his peers in both The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as a consistently recommended leading lawyer in Personal Injury representing Plaintiffs and in The Best Lawyers™ in Canada in the field of Personal Injury Litigation. As well, Darcy was the proud recipient of the 2011 Dean Edgell Award, presented by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association for Darcy’s significant contribution and excellence in legal writing, continuing legal education, and leadership activities. His reputation as a leader in the personal injury field was acknowledged in a Toronto Sun article on auto insurance where Darcy was referred to as “one of the province’s leading personal injury lawyers”.

As a trauma lawyer, Darcy handles a multitude of complex, serious personal injury cases on behalf of accident victims and their families and has had some great successes. In a personal injury jury trial involving an adolescent acquired brain injury accident victim, Darcy helped achieve such an outstanding result for the accident victim that the trial judge made a rare premium award to him and his co-counsel. In doing so, the trial judge noted that Darcy had “gained a great deal of expertise in personal injury litigation”.

While most of Darcy’s work involves assisting Ontario motor vehicle accident victims including catastrophically impaired pedestrians and cyclists hit by cars, Darcy has had the privilege of assisting hundreds of victims of sexual abuse. His exceptional work on behalf of victims of sexual abuse was recognized by an Adjudicator in the Aboriginal Residential School Independent Assessment Process. In the decision, the Adjudicator wrote that, “the professionalism, advocacy and solicitor-client relationship displayed by Mr. Merkur during the course of the hearing was exemplary.”

Darcy has also built a reputation as an innovator in the personal injury field. He has designed a revolutionary computer program for use in quantifying personal injury claims and his product is now available for sale through the legal publisher Carswell under the title “The Ontario Personal Injury Damages Calculator”. A short demonstration of the Personal Injury Damages Calculator is available here. The program can also be used to quantify the value of past and future accident benefits available under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS), such as attendant care benefits, income replacement benefits, medical and rehabilitation benefits and other benefits available in cases of catastrophic impairment. The program is instrumental for accurately evaluating compensation in car accident cases, slip and fall cases, slip and fall cases and other negligence cases.

Darcy passionately supports the rights of accident victims. Through his previous involvement with the Brain Injury Society of Toronto and, in particular, the Brain Injury Awareness Month planning committee, he has tried to help raise public awareness of the difficulties faced by head injury victims.

Class Action:
Darcy was instrumental in the multi-billion dollar Aboriginal Residential School class action settlement — the largest class action settlement in Canadian history


  • Bachelor of Commerce, McGill University (1995)
  • Bachelor of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School (1998)

Professional Accreditations and Affiliations

  • Certified Specialist (Civil Litigation)
  • LEXPERT® Ranked Lawyer
  • Listed in The Best Lawyers™ in Canada since 2013
  • Martindale-Hubbell® Ranked Lawyer, AV Preeminent®
  • Previously on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association between 2015 through 2018
  • Personal Injury Advisory Board for Practical Law Canada (a Carswell/Thomson, Reuters service)
  • Past Co-Chair of the Brain Injury Awareness Month Planning Committee, a committee of the Brain Injury Society of Toronto
  • Recipient of the 2011 Dean Edgell Award, presented by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Advocates’ Society
  • Member of the American Association for Justice
  • Member of the Canadian Bar Association
  • Member of the Ontario Bar Association
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  • Alamgir Patel, Mohammed Patel v. Coseco Insurance Company

    In this Licence Appeal Tribunal Arbitration decision, the Arbitrator concluded that an unemployed mother who was qualified as a Personal Support Work is a professional care provider that should be paid by the accident benefit insurer for caring for her catastrophically injured child.

  • Quadriplegic Motor Vehicle Accident Trial (Spring, 2011)

    In the spring of 2011, Craig Brown, Darcy Merkur and Stacey Stevens were trial counsel to a motor vehicle accident victim who had lost control of his motor vehicle within days of his vehicle passing a safety inspection. The plaintiff was catastrophically impaired in the accident and was receiving catastrophic accident benefits from his accident benefit insurer. The claim was for in excess of $15 million. Three weeks into this jury trial, in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, a resolution was reached between the parties. The details of the resolution are confidential. With permission of the plaintiff, you can review a copy of the plaintiff’s opening statement at the link below (to product privacy, all names have been redacted).

    View PDF of Opening Statement

  • Resolution of Sexual Abuse Claims at North York General Hospital

    Resolved claims by 26 victims alleging sexual abuse by Dr. George Doodnaught while at North York General Hospital. See Toronto Star article dated March 24, 2011, and Press Release dated March 8, 2011.

  • Class Action Against the Directors of Farm Mutual Financial Services Inc.

    A Certification and Settlement Approval motion with respect to a class action against the directors of a bankrupt investment company that were alleged to have breached their duty to the customers of that company. The $21.25 million settlement was approved. For details see: the reasons of Justice Perell..

  • Allegations of Sexual Assault By Dr. George Doodnaught at North York General Hospital

    Thomson Rogers is pleased to announce, on behalf of its clients, that an agreement has been reached with North York General Hospital to establish an Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Process that will allow qualifying claimants to come forward and receive compensation in a fair and efficient manner.

  • Banerjee v. Shire Biochem Inc. et al.

    In this class action lawsuit, Craig Brown and Darcy Merkur were successful in having a class action certified on behalf of users of a Parkinson’s Disease drug that claim they suffered compulsive behaviour, such as compulsive gambling, as a result of using the drug.

  • Resch v. Canadian Tire

    After achieving an extremely successful jury verdict of $3.5 million on behalf of an accident victim, Craig Brown and Darcy Merkur, the lawyers for the accident victim, were acknowledged by the Judge as having done a marvelous job advocating on behalf of the injured victim and his family. The Judge awarded Craig Brown and Darcy Merkur a very rare $100,000.00 costs premium for having achieved an outstanding result. An appeal by the defendants to the Ontario Court of Appeal was later marked as abandoned.

  • Haddad v. Kaitlin Group Ltd.

    In this Motion for Certification, Alan Farrer and Darcy Merkur persuaded the Court that the circumstances of this misrepresentation claim warranted resolution by way of a class action. In this case, home purchasers claim damages from a developer of a Subdivision for allegedly making mispresentations about the nature of the Subdivision in its Marketing Materials. The case will now proceed as a class proceeding under the Ontario Class Proceedings Act.

  • Baxter v. Canada

    Thomson Rogers was the first to issue a national class action on behalf of all Aboriginal Residential School survivors throughout Canada. Lawyers Craig Brown, Alan Farrer and Darcy Merkur were involved in every step of the class action including in the negotiations that lead to the largest class action settlement in Canadian history! The settlement, valued at in excess of $4 billion, was approved by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Affidavit of Darcy Merkur was cited extensively in the Court’s approval of this monumental settlement.

  • Webb v. Weiglein

    Leonard Kunka and Darcy Merkur helped a victim of a tummy tuck gone wrong receive compensation for her pain and suffering.

  • Britton v. O’Callaghan

    Darcy Merkur successfully argued before the Ontario Court of Appeal that the more favourable Ohio substantive law applied to a car accident victim injured while a passenger in an Ontario motor vehicle being driven in Ohio.

  • Chisholm v. Liberty Mutual Gr

    Darcy Merkur appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal regarding the issue of a drive-by shooting victim’s entitlement to statutory accident benefits under the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS).

  • McIntyre v. Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services

    Darcy Merkur appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal regarding the issue of whether personal injury damages can be seized to pay an outstanding restitution order.

  • Abick v. Continental Insurance Co. of Canada

    Craig Brown and Darcy Merkur successfully argued for disclosure of opinions given by a personal injury lawyer hired by the insurance company in a car accident case on behalf of both the insurance company and its insured.

  • TDL Group Limited v. Niagara

    Roger Beaman and Darcy Merkur persuaded the Ontario Court of Appeal that a municipality had the right to install a median on the roadway in front of an entrance to a popular Tim Horton’s.

  • Darcy Merkur appears on Global News to discuss accident insurance reform in Ontario

    Global News | by Catherine McDonald, quoting Darcy Merkur | July 5, 2019

     On July 5, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur was interviewed by Global News reporter, Catherine McDonald, on a case involving a couple, Bella De Bartolo and Ben Schenk, whose car was struck by a flying tire from a southbound SUV.  Ben Schenk suffered a traumatic brain injury. Darcy, who does not represent … Continued
  • Canadian Pacific Railway and Hamilton home owners sued for $15,000,000

    CHCH News | Darcy Merkur quoted | May 28, 2019

    The family of Khelyse Crowe-Kasule are suing Canadian Pacific Railway along with Hamilton homeowners Ryan Maloney and Rachel Toombs for $15,000,000 regarding last spring’s accident that left Kasule with lasting physical and psychological injuries. Family’s lawyer, Darcy Merkur, says the owners of the property were negligent in the fact that there are no barriers separating … Continued
  • Family of Hamilton girl whose leg was crushed by a train is suing CP Railway

    CBC News | Samantha Craggs, quoting Darcy Merkur | May 28, 2019

    The family of an eight-year-old girl is suing CP Rail for $15 million. Khelyse Crowe-Kasule was playing near the tracks around Cumberland and Gage last April 5 when the train moved, crushing her right leg. Doctors amputated part of her leg, and she’s permanently disabled, said her lawyer, Darcy Merkur. “She’s a resilient kid,” Merkur … Continued
  • 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory Rankings

    Thomson Rogers is proud to announce that six of our lawyers have earned the distinction of being listed in The 2019 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory, three of which are ranked in the highest category of “Most Frequently Recommended”. To be included in the Canadian Lexpert Directory is an acknowledgement of excellence in their respective practice fields by … Continued
  • Delta Optimist – Debilitating injuries described in mounting lawsuits against alleged van attacker

    Delta Optimist | by Liam Casey, quoting Darcy Merkur | April 5, 2019

    Traumatic brain injuries, spinal fractures and internal bleeding are among the litany of ailments described in a mounting number of lawsuits against a man accused of killing 10 people and injuring 16 others in a van attack in Toronto last year. Lawyers involved in the suits against Alek Minassian believe the cases, which the court … Continued
  • Brain Injury Family Intervention for Adults and Adolescents (BIFI & BIFI-A)

    On April 4-5, 2019, Thomson Rogers, as a member firm of PIA Law, is proud to sponsor Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital’s Training for Professionals in BIFI & BIFI-A:  Empirically-Based Brain Injury Family Interventions for Adults and Adolescents workshops. Workshop Objectives: Learn innovative empirically-based approached and practical strategies for supporting families after adult and childhood ABI. Learn … Continued
  • Torture victim appeal dismissed in fee dispute

    Law Times | by Aidan Macnab, quoting Darcy Merkur | January 28, 2019

    The Ontario Court of Appeal had dismissed the appeal in Almalki v. Canada (Attorney General), 2019 ONCA 26, brought by Abullah Almalki – a Canadian who was falsely accused of terrorism, then tortured and imprisoned in Syria – disputing the contingency fee agreement he made with his lawyers on a settlement he received from the Canadian … Continued
  • Yonge St. Van Attack Lawsuits Face Hurdles with Insurance Claims

    The Star | by Alyshah Hasham, quoting Darcy Merkur | December 3, 2018

    If a drunk driver veered onto a sidewalk, killing 10 people and injuring 16, his auto insurance policy would typically pay damages awarded to the injured parties in a lawsuit. But if the driver was found to have driven into the pedestrians intentionally — as Alek Minassian is alleged to have done with a rented van in … Continued
  • Thomson Rogers Welcomes Two New Associates

    The partners of Thomson Rogers are pleased to announce that Lucy Jackson and Monica Poremba are now associate lawyers with the firm. Lucy Jackson has joined our personal injury advocacy group. She will be working primarily with partner Darcy Merkur and associate John-Paul Zeni. Monica Poremba has joined our municipal and planning group. She will … Continued
  • Hundreds of so-called ‘trespassers’ have been run over on Canada’s railways. The Transportation Safety Board has only investigate two

    The Star | by Michael Mui, quoting Darcy Merkur | September 5, 2018

    Canada’s been tracking the largest cause of death on its federally regulated railways over the past decade without launching a substantial number of investigations and without a national plan to prevent further fatalities. One such victim was eight-year-old, Khelyse Crowe-Kasule from Hamilton, Ontario. Khelyse is a client of Darcy Merkur, personal injury lawyer with the … Continued
  • Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

    We are proud to announce that 16 Thomson Rogers partners have been selected for inclusion in the 13th Edition of The Best LawyersTM in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Almost 87,000 industry … Continued
  • 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory Rankings

    Thomson Rogers is proud to announce that 10 of our lawyers have earned the distinction of being listed in The 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory. To be included in the directory is an acknowledgement of excellence in their respective fields by their colleagues. Please join us in congratulating the following lawyers listed in the 2018 edition … Continued
  • Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop

    Thomson Rogers, in collaboration with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and March of Dimes Canada, is proud to host the Children & Youth with Brain Injuries Practical Strategies Workshop from June 7-8, 2018, at the Lexington Hotel & Conference Centre in Sudbury, Ontario. Day 1: Practical skills workshop The focus of this workshop is: To recognize … Continued
  • Brain Injury Services in North Bay, Ontario

    Looking for brain injury services in North Bay? Brain Injury Meet & Greet | Thursday, May 17, 2018 | 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Join Insight Rehabilitation and March of Dimes Canada as they host a social information session aimed at providing brain injury survivors and caregivers with an opportunity to meet local resources in the … Continued
  • Fees Paid to Case Managers and Attendant Care Providers is Clarified

    FSCO Releases Revised Attendant Care Hourly Rate Guideline Finally, some good news relating to the interpretation of the accident benefit legislation. The Government through a FSCO Bulletin A-03/18 has clarified that attendant care payments should be made having regard to the calculated MONTHLY amount rather than by applying the low hourly rates to the actual services provided. … Continued
  • Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie Educational Reception

    On February 28, 2018, Thomson Rogers, the Brain Injury Association of Sault Ste. Marie and the March of Dimes Canada are presenting an evening educational symposium for professionals and local service providers specialising in brain injury. Thomson Rogers lawyers David MacDonald and Darcy Merkur will be presenting. For more information, see BIA Sault Ste. Marie’s … Continued
  • Guest Column: Paying what’s fair

    Toronto Sun | by Darcy Merkur | December 16, 2017

    A controversial arbitration decision has encouraged various automobile insurers throughout Ontario to deny necessary care and supervision services to the most seriously injured motorists. And the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), mandated to “protect the public interest and enhance public confidence in the sectors it regulates”, such as the automobile insurance industry, is doing … Continued
  • PI lawyers critical of Ontario’s new car insurance plan

    Canadian Lawyer | by Aidan Macnab, quoting Darcy Merkur | December 6, 2017

    Ontario’s new “Fair Auto Insurance Plan” will leave accident victims without an advocate and at the mercy of insurance companies, say personal injury lawyers. The government is aiming to deliver lower insurance premiums by allowing insurance companies to “bully” accident victims, says Darcy Merkur, a partner at Thomson Rogers in Toronto. “It’s a smart thing … Continued
  • Flaws have emerged in new LAT

    Law Times | by Shannon Kari, quoting Darcy Merkur | November 27, 2017

    It has been just more than a year and a half since responsibility for adjudicating accident benefits disputes was transferred to the Licence Appeal Tribunal, which decides on claims and licensing regulations involving a number of provincial ministries. The stated goal by the province in transferring jurisdiction from the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, which … Continued
  • UPDATE: Class Action Commenced Against Belleville Orthodontist, Dr. Garry Solomon

    Posted October 18, 2017

    A class action has been issued against the late, Dr. Garry Solomon seeking compensation on behalf of all his patients that were allegedly surreptitiously videotaped by Dr. Solomon. According to the news report from the Kingston Whig dated July 19, 2017, the former orthodontist was charged prior to his death with, “voyeurism-surreptitiously recording images of … Continued
    • Legal Rights of Family Members

      Presented at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital | Training for Professionals in BIFI & BIFI-A Workshops | April 4, 2019

      On April 4, 2019, Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyer Darcy Merkur presented at the Training for Professionals in Brain Injury Family Intervention for Adults and Adolescents (BIFI & BIFI-A) Workshops hosted by Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. His presentation on Legal Rights of Family Members focussed on the following: Tort Rights Accident Benefit Entitlement Complicating Factors View his presentation … Continued
    • Personal injury advertising geared for change

      Law Times | by Michael McKiernan, Darcy Merkur quoted | June 13, 2016

      Darcy Merkur wants to inject a new word into the public lexicon when it comes to personal injury law boutiques: “classy.” His firm, Thomson Rogers, teamed up with fellow industry heavyweights Oatley Vigmond Personal Injury Lawyers LLP and McLeish Orlando LLP to form the Personal Injury Alliance four years ago, introducing themselves with a series … Continued
    • Major Accident Benefits Changes Come into Effect on June 1st, 2016

      Accident Benefits Summary Charts (for accident on or after June 1, 2016)

      To help those in Ontario understand the major automobile insurance changes and the new reduced accident benefits limits, Thomson Rogers has prepared two useful accident benefits summary charts. The first chart: Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule Summary (for accidents on or after June 1, 2016) highlights the accident benefits available for each of the three categories of … Continued
    • No-Fault Accident Benefits Coverage? No Thanks

      Toronto Sun | by Darcy Merkur | March 5, 2016

      Ontario drivers are legally required to purchase automobile insurance that includes overpriced, no-fault accident benefits coverage. If you look at your automobile insurance invoice, you will see that some 25% (or roughly $350) of your annual automobile insurance premiums are specified to be in relation to your mandatory purchase of these no-fault accident benefits. With … Continued
    • Attempt to apply legislation retrospectively fails

      The Lawyers Weekly | February 5, 2016

      Recent amendment to SABS being used as “old rules-new rules’ bargaining chip. Yet again the insurance industry has been thwarted in its attempt to retrospectively apply insurer friendly legislative changes to ongoing claims. The issue of the retrospective application of legislative changes was again before the court in the context of automobile insurance rights in … Continued
    • Statutory Deductible Confusion

      ABR Updater | January 2016

      The risk analysis associated with the resolution of ongoing motor vehicle tort claims in Ontario has been turned on its head following the surprising December 8th decision by Justice Martin James of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Vickers v. Palacious, 2015 ONSC 7647 (Ont. S.C.). Since October 1, 2003, Ontario has had in … Continued
    • Panelist at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association

      New Lawyers Division Conference | September 25, 2015

      On the topic: “Quarterbacking the Case: How to Shape the Insurer’s and Client’s Perceptions of the Case’s Value”.

    • The Tort Case: Thinking Strategically from Start to Finish

      OTLA - New Lawyers Division Conference| September 25, 2015

      For more details about the conference, please click on the New Lawyers Division Conference Agenda.

    • The Coming Changes to Ontario Auto Legislation: Accident Benefits & Tort

      PIA Law Back to School Conference "A Brave New World" | September 10, 2015

      At this year’s conference, hosted by the Personal Injury Alliance (PIA Law) and Toronto ABI Network, personal injury lawyers Darcy Merkur and Ryan Murray provided an overview of the upcoming changes to Ontario auto legislation with specific emphasis on Accident Benefits and Tort. A few of the changes addressed in their presentation were: Major reductions … Continued
    • Changes to Ontario Auto Legislation: Accident Benefits & Tort

      Canadian Insurance Claims Managers Association's General Meeting | September 2, 2015

      Darcy Merkur provides an overview of the upcoming changes to Ontario auto legislation with a specific emphasis on Accident Benefits and Tort.

      Read the paper: The Coming Changes to Ontario Auto Legislation: Accident Benefits & Tort

    • One-on-One with Darcy Merkur

      Excerpt from Practical Law Canada The Magazine | June 1, 2015

      Darcy Merkur has combined his passion for business and the law to build a reputation as one of the most innovative personal injury lawyers in the country. Numerous lawyers already rely on his Ontario Personal Injury Damages Calculator software to ballpark the value of client claims, and many more will soon reap the benefits of … Continued
    • Bad News for Crash Victims

      Toronto Sun | written by Alan Shanoff, quoting Darcy Merkur | May 30, 2015

      Last month’s Ontario budget continued the erosion of accident benefits for victims in motor vehicle accidents. The reductions are most significant for those suffering from catastrophic injuries. Since 1996, these victims were entitled to reasonable and necessary medical and rehabilitation services up to $1 million, in addition to up to $1 million in attendant care … Continued
    • Personal Injury Law: Insurance changes a catastrophic ambush | May 4, 2015

      As part of the provincial budget announced on April 23, the Ontario government has decided to first throw seriously injured accident victims off the bus and then deprive them of the ability to make a good recovery. The announcement comes as a total blindside to interested stakeholders. Historically, whenever the Ontario government was considering major … Continued
    • Personal Injury Law: Westerhof a welcome decision that will reduce litigation costs | May 30, 2015

      While litigation experts hired by a party to a lawsuit must comply with the comprehensive expert report rules set out in Rule 53.03 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure, participant experts such as treating health practitioners and non-party experts such as those hired by a non-party insurer don’t need to comply with the rule … Continued
    • Personal Injury Law: New ruling establishes that any financial outlay is an economic loss | March 23, 2015

      A recent Financial Services Commission of Ontario arbitration decision has confirmed that any financial outlay by a service provider can qualify as an economic loss within the meaning of the definition of “incurred” in subsection 3(7)(e) of the Ontario statutory accident benefits schedule.
    • Using Technology and Demonstrative Aids at Trial

      Canadian Bar Association's "Skilled Lawyers Series V" | February 19, 2015

      The following is an overview of what Darcy covers in his presentation: The importance of using technology and demonstrative aids at trial Using technology and demonstrative aids effectively Using technology and demonstrative aids in the courtroom (with a focus on opening statements and examination-in-chief) View PowerPoint Presentation: Using Technology and Demonstrative Aids at Trial (with a … Continued
    • Personal Injury Law: Getahun provided crucial clarity on consultations between experts, counsel | February 2, 2015 – There’s absolutely nothing improper with counsel’s practice of reviewing draft expert reports, according to the Ontario Court of Appeal in its hotly anticipated decision in Moore v. Getahun.

      See the full article here.

    • Attendant Services and Public Policy

      Outspoken Magazine | by Peter Athanasopoulos | December 2014 - Interview with Darcy Merkur

      See the full article here.

    • LawPRO ordered to indemnify Heydary’s victims | by Yamri Taddese (quoting Darcy Merkur) | November 17, 2014

      A year after lawyer Javad Heydary disappeared amid client claims for $3.6 million in missing trust money, a Superior Court judge has ordered LawPRO to indemnify them. (more…)

    • Using Demonstrative Evidence to Get the Most Out of Expert Evidence

      Law Society of Ontario Conference "Expert Evidence for Litigators" | November 7, 2014