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 Discusses Cost Management In Law Times

Stacey Stevens in Law Times | by David Kitai | May 6, 2020

Stacey Stevens Discusses Cost Management In Law Times On May 6, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner Stacey Stevens discussed “The lessons of cost management in a $5 million case” with David Kitai of the Law Times. Stevens discusses Cheesman et al. v. Credit Valley Hospital et al., 2020 ONSC 1729 and says the case demonstrates the cost challenges personal injury lawyers face in cases that … Continued

Sloan Mandel Says Plaintiffs’ Odds Improving In ‘David v. Goliath’ Medical Malpractice Cases in Law Times Article

Sloan Mandel in Law Times | by Mallory Hendry | March 9, 2020

Sloan Mandel Says Plaintiffs’ Odds Improving In ‘David v. Goliath’ Medical Malpractice Cases in Law Times Article On March 9, 2020, Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel discussed “David versus Goliath” medical malpractice cases with Mallory Hendry of the Law Times in an article titled “Plaintiffs’ odds improving in ‘David v. Goliath’ medical malpractice cases.” Sloan Mandel, who has been practising in the area for more than 24 years says, There’s a real … 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

SCC clarification hoped for in medical malpractice case

Law Times | by Marg. Bruineman, quoting Kate Cahill | June 25, 2018

Law Times logo Plaintiff personal injury lawyers are hoping that the Supreme Court of Canada will clarify the issue of causation involving multiple defendants in medical malpractice cases in a leave to appeal filed in Sacks v. Ross. At issue is a negligence claim made by Jordan Sacks, who in 2008 suffered an anastomotic leak after bowel surgery, resulting … Continued