Thomson Rogers Response to COVID-19 Update

Thomson Rogers Response to COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Coronavirus Update As we continue to respond to the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the safety of our extended community is of utmost importance and we are continuously and carefully monitoring recommendations from the Ontario Ministry of Health and other local authorities.  We have closed our offices to the public but remain open as our lawyers and staff … Continued

Event: Thomson Rogers Webinar Series – Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers

Event Date: November 27, 2020
Thomson Rogers Webinar Series - Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers Thomson Rogers lawyers Darcy Merkur, Stephen Birman and Ava Williams will be discussing “Navigating Ethical Issues Facing Healthcare Providers” in our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series on Friday, November 27 at 10:00 am. The webinar will center around a discussion on various topics commonly faced by healthcare providers including: The logistics of protected accounts and how … Continued

Darcy Merkur Featured In CBC Article About Deadly Yonge St. Van Attack

Darcy Merkur in CBC | by Trevor Dunn | Nov. 10, 2020

Darcy Merkur Featured In CBC Article About Deadly Yonge St. Van Attack Thomson Rogers trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur is quoted in a CBC article by Trevor Dunn titled “I want him to see the pain’: Virtual trial for accused Toronto van attacker means no day in court for victims.” Merkur discusses the trial of Alek Minassian, accused in the deadly Yonge St. van attack, and says, “I … Continued

Stephen Birman And Lucy Jackson Featured In The Lawyers Daily

Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson in The Lawyer's Daily | by John Schofield | Nov. 2, 2020

Stephen Birman And Lucy Jackson Featured In The Lawyers Daily Thomson Rogers lawyers Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson was featured in The Lawyer’s Daily in an article by John Schofield titled “Lawyers hope long-term care legal actions will continue, despite pending Ontario legislation.” Discussing legislation proposed by the Ontario government that could wipe out class actions and lawsuits alleging negligence by some Ontario long-term care … Continued

Submissions By Thomson Rogers Regarding Bill 218

Submissions By Thomson Rogers Regarding Bill 218 Thomson Rogers appreciates the opportunity to make submissions regarding the proposed Bill 218, Supporting Ontario’s Recovery and Municipal Elections Act, 2020 (“Bill 218” or the “proposed legislation”). Thomson Rogers represents many of the victims who died in for-profit long-term care homes, as well as their family members, due to the COVID-19 outbreaks at the following … Continued