Handling Bad Behaviour and Difficult Personalities at Mediation

Presented at Osgoode Professional Development Program | Successful Advocacy in Tort and Personal Injury Mediations | February 15-16, 2017

Wendy Moore Mandel, personal injury lawyer in Toronto Lawyers have a long-established reputation for being difficult and behaving badly.  Some might say that lawyers are inherently difficult and often behave badly because it is expected (even required) of them in order to effectively advocate for their clients. The poor reputation of lawyers is undeserved, and good lawyers recognize that effective advocacy is never … Continued

Preparing for Examination-in-Chief of the Expert

Presented at PIA Law's Practical Strategies for Experts: Testifying Without Fear Conference | October 20, 2016

Craig Brown, best personal injury lawyer On October 20, 2016, Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyer Craig Brown presented on “Preparing for Examination-in-Chief of the Expert” at the PIA Law Practical Strategies for Experts: Testifying Without Fear conference. Excerpt of paper: The purpose of this paper is to provide practical assistance to counsel and experts who are preparing for trial.  To provide … Continued

Facebook and It’s Role in the Litigation Process

Thomson Rogers Continuing Legal Education Seminar | August 31, 2011

Stephen Birman, best personal injury lawyer Best practices for dealing with clients and requests for Facebook information. What is Facebook? How is Facebook Relevant to a Practice? Review of the Case Law and Pending Motion Other Ethical Issues Associated with Facebook/Social Media as they Apply to Our Practice. View PowerPoint Presentation: Facebook and It’s Role in the Litigation Process