Practice Highlights

John Paul’s practice focuses on personal injury and class action litigation. He started with Thomson, Rogers in 2015 as an articling student, and joined the firm as an associate in 2016. During his time at Thomson, Rogers, John-Paul has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice.

John-Paul graduated from law school at the University of Toronto. Prior to attending law school, John-Paul earned his H.B.A. at the Richard Ivey School of Business. During law school, John-Paul volunteered at the Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights and Downtown Legal Services community legal clinic. At U of T, John-Paul was also awarded the Gowlings WLG Prize in information technology.

Prior to joining Thomson Rogers, John-Paul was a serial entrepreneur who founded and sold multiple businesses. As an entrepreneur, John-Paul’s ventures were primarily focused on digital marketing and government regulation/services sectors.

In his spare time, John-Paul enjoys playing hockey, skiing, sailing and spending time with his wife and daughters.

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    • Volunteers for Brain Injury Awareness Week at Toronto Rehab Institute – June 2, 2017

      Toronto Rehab Institute | June 2, 2017

      On June 2, 2017, John-Paul Zeni and Ian Furlong, personal injury lawyers at Thomson, Rogers, teamed-up with the Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) to raise awareness of the impacts of brain injury as part of Brain Injury Awareness Week. John-Paul and Ian manned the BIST booth at the Toronto Rehab Institute (TRI) along with Miranda … Continued
    • Chronic Pain Cases – Beware of the Civil Jury: A Review of Mandel v. Fakhim

      ABR Updater | Issue 34 | November 2016

      Think hard before taking a chronic pain case to a jury trial in the current legal environment. Juries continue to be suspicious of chronic pain related injuries and are making it extremely challenging for chronic pain suffering victims. The recent case of Mandel v Fakhim is another prime example of this trend, to the point … Continued
    • Thomson Rogers Welcomes Two New Associates

      Posted October 5, 2016

      The partners of Thomson, Rogers are pleased to announce that two of our articling students, Gregory G. Sills and John-Paul Zeni, are now associate lawyers with the firm. Gregory G. Sills has joined our planning and municipal group. He will be working with partners Jeff Wilker and David Germain. John-Paul Zeni has joined our personal injury … Continued