Darcy Merkur Mentioned By Global News Discussing Arrest of Immigration Consultant Sparks Questions About Why Regulator Didn’t Act Sooner

Global News | by Brian Hill and Jeff Semple , mentioning Darcy Merkur | February 25, 2020

Darcy Merkur Mentioned By Global News Discussing Arrest of Immigration Consultant Sparks Questions About Why Regulator Didn’t Act Sooner On February 25, 2020, Thomson Rogers trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur was mentioned by Global News’ Brian Hill and Jeff Semple on the arrest of an immigration consultant which has sparked questions about why regulator didn’t act sooner. Now, lawyers such as Darcy Merkur and Ravi Jain, chair of the immigration law section of the Canadian … Continued

Common $1M liability coverage not enough this day and age

Law Times | Mallory Hendry, quoting Darcy Merkur and Ian Furlong | February 5, 2020

Common $1M liability coverage not enough this day and age: Darcy Merkur Ian Furlong Thomson Rogers partners Darcy Merkur and Ian Furlong were quoted in a recent Law Times article “Common $1M liability coverage not enough this day and age: lawyer” by Mallory Hendry discussing insurance companies needing to do a better job informing clients about liability coverage. Thomson Rogers partner Darcy Merkur says, In the right case, we … Continued

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules

Law Times | Mallory Hendry, quoting Sloan Mandel | February 3, 2020

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules Sloan Mandel Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel was quoted in a recent Law Times article “Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules” by Mallory Hendry focusing on the changes to small claims court and the simplified procedure in effect Jan. 1, 2020. In the article Sloan Mandel describes a common frustration of personal injury … Continued

Stephen Birman in Law Times discussing Surveillance and Social Media in Personal Injury Cases

Law Times | Stephen Birman Featured | November 20, 2019

Stephen Birman in Law Times discussing Surveillance and Social Media in Personal Injury Cases On November 20, 2019, Thomson Rogers partner Stephen Birman was featured in an article by Elizabeth Raymer in the Law Times discussing an Ontario Court of Appeal decision on “Surveillance and social media in personal injury cases.” “I think what’s interesting is that the trial judge took such a sweeping approach in terms of excluding all the surveilllance, … Continued