Event: Young Advocates’ National Social: Mixer & Mixology

Event Date: November 12, 2020
Young Advocates' National Social: Mixer & Mixology Thomson Rogers is proud to sponsor the first national Young Advocates’ Social hosted by the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee. *Due to current concerns with COVID-19, this program will be broadcast online only. Featuring: Mixology: 8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. ET – The mixologist will walk you through the creation of a Maple Old Fashioned and a … Continued

Motor Vehicle Accident Fatalities: What Rights Do Family Members Have?

Motor Vehicle Accident Fatalities: What Rights Do Family Members Have? There have been a concerning number of motor vehicle fatalities in Ontario recently. The number of pedestrians and motorists who have been killed in motor vehicle accidents in Ontario has increased gradually over the years. In 2019, 543 persons (drivers, passengers and pedestrians) were tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in Ontario. Family members … Continued

Robert Ben Discusses How Lawyers Can Work With Clients Who Live With Brain Injury

Robert Ben on BIST | October 5, 2020

Robert Ben Discusses How Lawyers Can Work With Clients Who Live With Brain Injury Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Robert Ben visited with Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) to discuss how lawyers can work effectively with clients who live with brain injury. The video can be viewed below. Robert Ben is a personal injury lawyer and a partner at Thomson Rogers. Robert can be reached at 416-868-3168 or by EMAIL.

Sloan Mandel Featured In CBC Article “Ontario Woman Finds Needle In Her Spine 16 Years After Giving Birth”

Sloan Mandel in CBC | by Rosa Marchitelli | October 5, 2020

Sloan Mandel Featured In CBC Article "Ontario Woman Finds Needle In Her Spine 16 Years After Giving Birth" On October 5, 2020, Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Sloan Mandel was featured in a CBC piece titled “Ontario woman finds needle in her spine 16 years after giving birth.” Mandel discussed how the malpractice system is stacked against patients and says, “It is unfair…these are David-and-Goliath battles. You’re going up against an entity, the … Continued

Stacey Stevens Featured In Law Times “Four Decisions Have Shown How Juries Can Be Dismissed During COVID”

Stacey Stevens in Law Times | October 1, 2020

Stacey Stevens Featured In Law Times "Four Decisions Have Shown How Juries Can Be Dismissed During COVID" On October 1, 2020, Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer Stacey Stevens discussed four decisions that have put Ontario on a trajectory towards reduced roles for juries in an article titled “Four decisions have shown how juries can be dismissed during COVID” in Law Times. “What I thought was interesting to take out of them is … Continued