Event: The Osgoode Certificate in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management in Healthcare

Event Date: January 26, 2021
The Osgoode Certificate in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management in Healthcare Thomson Rogers partner Kate Cahill will be presenting in Module 5 of The Osgoode Certificate in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management in Healthcare taking place January 26, 2021. The certificate program runs December 1, 8, 15, 2020, January, 19, 26, 2021 and covers the following topics: Managing a healthcare pandemic: risks, best practices, litigation … Continued

Canadian Class Action Commenced Against Breast Implant Manufacturer Allergan

consultation for breast implants On May 23, 2019, Thomson Rogers and Rochon Genova LLP issued a class action on behalf of Canadians who were implanted with breast implants manufactured and distributed by Allergan plc and several of its affiliates. The proposed Canada-wide class action, filed with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, alleges, among other things, that the defendants … Continued

Event: Managing Risks in Maternity Care

The Osgoode Certificate in Clinical Risk, Negligence & Claims Management in Health Care | February 4-8, 2019

Event Date: February 7, 2019
conference marked on calendar On February 4-8, 2019, OsgoodePD will be offering a certificate program in Clinical Risk, Negligence and Claims Management in Health Care. The faculty includes Kate Cahill, a partner and medical malpractice lawyer with Thomson Rogers. On February 7, Kate will be one of the instructors on the topic of “Managing Risks in Maternity Care”. The topic will … Continued

Verdict nixed in $14.9-million medical malpractice case

Law Times | by Alex Robinson, quoting Kate Cahill | December 3, 2018

Law Times logo An Ontario judge has refused to enter a jury’s verdict in a medical malpractice case that some plaintiff-side lawyers say could have implications for how juries answer questions on causation. In Cheung v. Samra, Ontario Superior Court Justice Darla Wilson took the rare step of not entering a judgment after a six-member jury rendered a … Continued