Deanna Gilbert Featured In Law Times “Exploring Common Discovery Refusals: What’s Proper, What’s Not?”

Deanna Gilbert in Law Times | June 2, 2021

Deanna Gilbert Featured In Law Times "Exploring common discovery refusals: What’s proper, what’s not?" On June 2, 2021 Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Deanna Gilbert discussed how understanding relevant case law means fewer disputes and less cost, delay in an article titled “Exploring common discovery refusals: What’s proper, what’s not?” in Law Times. “When you ask a question and the other side says: ‘I’ll comply with the rules,’ that … Continued

David MacDonald Featured In Law Times “Mapping ‘Invisible Injury’ Of The Brain”

David MacDonald in Law Times | May 13, 2021

David MacDonald Featured In Law Times Mapping ‘Invisible Injury’ Of The Brain On May 13, 2021 Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer David MacDonald discussed how SPECT scans change the game for mild-to-moderate brain injuries in an article titled “Mapping ‘Invisible Injury’ Of The Brain”” in Law Times. “If six months after their accident, or later, brain injury survivors need daily cuing, prompting and reminding to help them, … Continued

Thomson Rogers Client Featured In The Globe And Mail

Thomson Rogers Client Featured In The Globe And Mail Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel’s client John Ruffolo is featured in a Globe and Mail article by Josh O’Kane and Sean Silcoff titled “A truck nearly killed him, but venture capitalist John Ruffolo has kept moving forward “He landed face down on the asphalt about 20 feet away, knocked unconscious by the impact. At least … Continued

Stephen Birman In Canadian Underwriter Aviva Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit Article

Stephen Birman in Canadian Underwriter | by Greg Meckbach | Feb. 23, 2021

Stephen Birman In Canadian Underwriter Aviva Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit Article Thomson Rogers partner Stephen Birman is featured in a Canadian Underwriter article by Greg Meckbach titled “Why business interruption lawsuits against Aviva got ‘carved off’ from Ontario class action.” Birman discusses Aviva Canada who is facing two proposed class-action lawsuits in Ontario from clients whose business interruption claims were denied during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. … Continued