Stephen Birman Interviewed on 640 Toronto By Kelly Cutrara

Stephen Birman on 640 Toronto | Kelly Cutrara | June 17, 2020

Stephen Birman Interviewed on 640 Toronto By Kelly Cutrara On June 17, 2020, Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Stephen Birman was interviewed by Kelly Cutrara of 640 Toronto on a segment titled “Ontario mulls ‘good faith’ immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits.” “I’m here to say, as a lawyer who is representing residents of two of the hardest hit long term-care facilities in Ontario, the Altamont … Continued

Darcy Merkur Discusses Ontario Government Greenlighting Phase 2 And Businesses Mulling COVID-19 Waivers In Law Times

Darcy Merkur Discusses Ontario Government Greenlighting Phase 2 And Businesses Mulling COVID-19 Waivers In Law Times On June 10, 2020, Thomson Rogers trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur discussed the Ontario Government greenlighting Phase 2 and how waivers aimed at reducing COVID-19 transmission liability could be easily expanded by lawyers in an article titled “As Ontario government greenlights phase two, more businesses could mull COVID-19 waivers” by Anita Balakrishnan of the Law Times. … Continued

Darcy Merkur Discusses Whether COVID-19 Will Push More Lawyers Into Retirement In Law Times

Darcy Merkur in Law Times | by Anita Balakrishnan | June 8, 2020

Darcy Merkur Discusses Whether COVID-19 Will Push More Lawyers Into Retirement In Law Times On June 8, 2020, Thomson Rogers trauma lawyer Darcy Merkur discussed the impacts of COVID-19 and lawyers being pushed into retirement in an article titled “Will COVID push more lawyers into retirment?” by Anita Balakrishnan of the Law Times. “Our cases take three to five years to resolve — it’s often very much longer. And … Continued

David MacDonald Featured In Law Times “Taking Aim At Uber”

David MacDonald in Law Times | June 1, 2020

David MacDonald Featured In Law Times "Taking Aim At Uber" On June 1, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner David MacDonald was featured in an article titled “Taking aim at Uber” in the Law Times. The article outlines MacDonald’s statement of claim in a tragic auto-accident case laying blame against Uber and the City. “Uber drivers are set up for a fall by Uber’s basic business model, … Continued