Chris Brown, Bartimaeus Service Director, Retires

Posted May 23, 2014
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Bartimaeus Inc. recently announced that Chris Brown will be retiring as of June 30, 2014.

In 1989, Chris was one of the original developers of ABI community rehabilitation support services in the province having worked with children and youth in hospital settings. Chris envisioned being able to assist clients on their departure from medical settings and help in the reintegration process back to home, school and community. Joseph Pileggi of our office contends that Thomson Rogers was one of the first law firms in Ontario to avail itself of his expertise to help a severely brain injured client.

Chris’ contributions to Bartimaeus and the individuals he has supported over the years, has been tremendous. He has always been caring, compassionate, and highly effective in all of his efforts on behalf of individuals affected by an acquired brain injury, and their families. He has touched the lives of hundreds of individuals, both personally and professionally, in the most productive and supportive way.

I am sure you will join Thomson Rogers in wishing Chris the very best in his retirement. If you would like to contact Chris, he can be reached at