Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

best lawyers in canada 2019 - 13th edition We are proud to announce that 16 Thomson Rogers partners have been selected for inclusion in the 13th Edition of The Best LawyersTM in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Almost 87,000 industry … Continued

Lawyers say expert bias still significant problem

Law Times | by Alex Robinson, quoting Wendy Moore Mandel | December 4, 2017

Law Times logo In the December 4, 2017, issue of Law Times, Lawyers say expert bias still significant problem, Thomson Rogers’ Wendy Moore Mandel weighs in on the issue of professionally paid experts in insurance dispute cases. Wendy says: A cap of $2,000 plus HST for assessments in Statutory Accident Benefits cases has put pressure on experts to … Continued

Lawyers Applaud New Referral Fees, Ad Rules

The Lawyers Weekly | by Kim Arnott, Wendy Moore Mandel quoted | March 24, 2017

The Lawyer Weekly is now The Lawyers Daily logo Ontario’s personal injury lawyers are hopeful that new rules around referral fees and advertising will improve their image in the eyes of the public. But enforcement will be crucial, some warn. “I think the changes were necessary to address the diminishing public confidence in the profession, which has apparently had an impact on the way … Continued

Enough For The Journey Ahead?

The Lawyers Weekly - Recovery Personal Injury Magazine | by Kim Arnott, Wendy Moore Mandel quoted | November 2016

The Lawyers Weekly Recovery Personal Injury Magazine Vol. 3, No. 2 2016 Latest revisions to auto insurance system in Ontario seen as meaning less for more people who are injured. Few people expect to walk away from a car crash unscathed. But when it comes to the most severe financial and medical impacts, most assume their automobile insurance will cushion the blows. For Ontario drivers, that protection is … Continued

‘Lots of room for improvement’ with new Ontario auto dispute resolution system: Judge Cunningham

Canadian Underwriter | by Greg Meckbach, Wendy Moore Mandel quoted | November 2, 2016

Canadian Underwriter thumbnail Ontario’s license appeal tribunal – which this year started hearing auto accident benefits disputes – presents “an opportunity” for auto insurers to “redefine how they provide their services,” an insurance company lawyer said Wednesday, while the retired judge who recommended changing the dispute resolution system told the audience of a panel discussion there is “lots … Continued