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

Stephen D’Agostino Featured In Law Times Article “Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation”

Stephen D'Agostino in Law Times | by Aidan Macnab | August 20, 2020

Stephen D'Agostino Featured In Law Times Article "Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation" On August 20, 2020, Thomson Rogers Managing Partner Stephen D’Agostino discussed how recent Provincial changes prejudice the rights of owners of land being expropriated in a Law Times article “Highway project raises new legal issues for property owners facing expropriation.” In the article, D’Agostino says: “…though the hearings of necessity were “never fair anyway,” they … Continued

Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson Featured In National Post In Article Discussing Altamont Care Community

Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson in The National Post | by Lee Berthiaume | June 7, 2020

Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson Featured In National Post In Article Discussing Altamont Care Community On June 7, 2020, Thomson Rogers lawyers Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson were featured in an article titled “Canadian troops might be called to testify in lawsuits against long-term care homes” by Lee Berthiaume of The National Post. The article outlines how the military had more than 1,000 service members in 15 long-term care facilities … Continued

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules

Law Times | Mallory Hendry, quoting Sloan Mandel | February 3, 2020

Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules Sloan Mandel Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel was quoted in a recent Law Times article “Personal injury lawyers continue to be frustrated by jury rules” by Mallory Hendry focusing on the changes to small claims court and the simplified procedure in effect Jan. 1, 2020. In the article Sloan Mandel describes a common frustration of personal injury … Continued