Pedestrian Safety During COVID-19

Pedestrian Safety During COVID-19 It’s a year into the COVID-19 pandemic and many of us have started going for walks to break up the day, to get some exercise or to safely visit with friends and family. If you’re really bored, you could consider taking up racewalking – it’s actually an Olympic sport! Whether you’re speed walking or going … Continued

Thomson Rogers Welcomes New Associate Daniel Klein

Daniel Klein The partners of Thomson Rogers are pleased to announce that Daniel Klein is now an associate with the firm. Daniel will be working with David MacDonald and Matthew Sutton in our personal injury advocacy group.

How Much Time Between Discovery And Mediation

How Much Time Between Discovery And Mediation A common question that I receive from clients is “how much time should pass between discovery and mediation?” Like everything else in law the answer is (drum roll, please) – “it depends.” Once a lawsuit is commenced, the first significant step is an examination for discovery. The discovery is typically followed by a mediation (or … Continued

Thomson Rogers Webinar Series – When and How to Take Legal Action?

Thomson Rogers Webinar Series - When and How to Take Legal Action? Thomson Rogers Webinar Series: When and How to Take Legal Action?     Thank you to everyone who attended our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series with personal injury lawyers Craig Brown, Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson who discussed “When and How to Take Legal Action.”  In this session, the following topics were discussed: notice/limitation periods; small claims; … Continued

Municipal Group Associate

Municipal Group Associate Thomson Rogers’ busy municipal, planning and expropriation practice is expanding! We are looking for candidates with: One to three years’ experience in municipal, planning or expropriation law Strong work ethic, advocacy, analytical and writing skills Excellent academic credentials Superior negotiation and business development abilities A team player attitude and a desire to learn If you … Continued