Stacey Stevens Discusses Cost Management In Law Times

Stacey Stevens in Law Times | by David Kitai | May 6, 2020

Stacey Stevens Discusses Cost Management In Law Times On May 6, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner Stacey Stevens discussed “The lessons of cost management in a $5 million case” with David Kitai of the Law Times. Stevens discusses Cheesman et al. v. Credit Valley Hospital et al., 2020 ONSC 1729 and says the case demonstrates the cost challenges personal injury lawyers face in cases that … Continued

A Lawyer’s Obligations When Representing Vulnerable and Incapable Clients

The Litigator | March 2020

otla logo In March 2020, Thomson Rogers partner Robert M. Ben discusses a lawyer’s obligations in the provision of legal services when “Representing Vulnerable and Incapable Clients“. This article was published in The Litigator, a publication of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA). As lawyers, we are in a special position to help people who seek us … Continued

Deanna Gilbert Discusses Four Considerations For Surveillance and Facebook Evidence with Law Times

Deanna Gilbert in Law Times | by David Kitai | April 2, 2020

Deanna Gilbert Discusses Four Considerations For Surveillance and Facebook Evidence with Law Times On April 2, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyer Deanna Gilbert discussed “Four considerations for surveillance and Facebook evidence” with David Kitai of the Law Times. In a recent case – Nemchin v. Green – the trial judge excluded surveillance and Facebook evidence and Deanna Gilbert broke down the implications of this decision into 4 major points for … Continued

Lucy Jackson Discusses How Cell Phones Could Weaken Personal Injury Claims In Law Times

Lucy Jackson in Law Times | by David Kitai | April 2, 2020

Lucy Jackson Discusses How Cell Phone Could Weaken Persona Injury Claims In Law Times On April 2, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyer Lucy Jackson discussed “How cell phones could weaken personal injury claims” with David Kitai of the Law Times. Lucy explained that pedestrians who are distracted by their phones are subject to the “reverse onus” in Ontario, where the driver needs to prove they were driving with due care … Continued

Sloan Mandel Says Plaintiffs’ Odds Improving In ‘David v. Goliath’ Medical Malpractice Cases in Law Times Article

Sloan Mandel in Law Times | by Mallory Hendry | March 9, 2020

Sloan Mandel Says Plaintiffs’ Odds Improving In ‘David v. Goliath’ Medical Malpractice Cases in Law Times Article On March 9, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel discussed “David versus Goliath” medical malpractice cases with Mallory Hendry of the Law Times in an article titled “Plaintiffs’ odds improving in ‘David v. Goliath’ medical malpractice cases.” Sloan Mandel, who has been practising in the area for more than 24 years says, There’s a real … Continued