Stephen M. Birman

Stephen Birman graduated from the University of Toronto law school in 2007. After practising with a commercial law firm in Toronto, Stephen joined Thomson, Rogers as an Associate in 2009, where his practice has focused largely on class actions and personal injury litigation. Stephen frequently helps victims of car accidents, slip and falls and sexual … Continued

Alan A. Farrer

Alan has been the managing partner of Thomson, Rogers since 1998. Alan was called to the bar in 1981 and has been Certified by the LSUC as a Specialist in Civil Litigation for many years. His practice focuses primarily on complex litigation and class actions. He has over 35 years of experience as a trial … Continued

Consumers’ Rights: How to fight back when the “goods” are bad

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Adam Tanel, best personal injury lawyer Toronto Products must be fit for their ordinary use or their primary purpose. The Sale of Goods Act (SGA) was initially conceived as consumer rights legislation, meant to protect the masses from unscrupulous merchants. However, a survey of recent SGA decisions shows more sails than sales. That is to say that a plurality of reported SGA … Continued

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