RSM Canada Celebrates Canada’s 150 Anniversary by Interviewing a Number of Leaders in Canadian Business.

Posted August 28, 2017

Thomson, Rogers’ Managing Partner Alan Farrer, discusses the importance of bringing Canadian values and a Canadian approach to law to achieve fairness for individuals affected by personal injury matters. “We bring those Canadian values into our day to day practice, the values of inclusiveness, of diversity, of social awareness and social liberalism. We like to … Continued

Thomson, Rogers presented with SCI Ontario’s John Gibbons Counsell Award

Posted July 13, 2017

John Gibbons Counsell Award Over the years we’ve worked with and supported many public and private agencies, which provide valuable and essential services to the public as well as many of our clients. Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is one of those agencies that we value and have a long and healthy relationship with. On June 22nd at the Spinal … Continued

Thomson Rogers gives back to organizations helping trauma victims

InsideToronto.com | November 16, 2016

Inside Toronto logo 150x25 After 80 years helping people who have been injured in accidents, personal injury law firm Thomson Rogers has given back to several organizations that provide support services for those same victims. Thomson Rogers marked its 80th anniversary by donating $80,000 to charities including the Ontario Brain Injury Association, The War Amps, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario … Continued

Meet Alan Farrer – Class Action Lawyer

Posted October 13, 2016

Alan Farrer, Class Action Lawyer thumbnail Watch this short biography video and get to know class action lawyer Alan Farrer, managing partner at the Toronto law firm of Thomson Rogers. Learn about the person behind the lawyer – why he chose law and what he is passionate about. Certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Civil Litigation, … Continued

Potential Class Action lawsuit against striking teachers in Durham

CityNews | May 20, 2015

Alan Farrer on City News The Durham district high school teachers’ strike has frustrated many students and parents, prompting some to consider a class-action lawsuit against the teachers. Alan Farrer, managing partner at Thomson, Rogers, comments on the legality of the strike and the chances of parents and students securing a successful outcome. See the full story here.