Tips on Managing a Medical Malpractice / Products Liability Case

Will Davidson Products Liability Litigation Conference | September 22, 2016

Managing a Medical Malpractice/Products Liability Case Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyer Kate Cahill, provides tips on how to manage medical malpractice and products liability cases at the Will Davidson Products Liability Litigation Conference. View PowerPoint Presentation: Tips on Managing a Medical Malpractice/Products Liability Case

Becoming an “Expert” Expert

Acquired Brain Injury Provincial Conference | November 13, 2015

Wendy Moore Mandel and Deanna Gilbert, personal injury lawyers Toronto Paper and accompanying presentation provide healthcare professionals with a deeper understanding of how their observations and opinions as experts may be used to advance a personal injury case.

5 Tips to Being a Great Expert Witness

Personal Injury Alliance (PIA) conference "Practical Strategies for Experts: The Shifting Landscape" | October 23, 2014

The importance of expert testimony in the successful prosecution of a personal injury case cannot be understated; however, the role of the expert is not to be a soldier for one party or the other. The role of the expert is to provide a fair, objective, and non-partisan opinion to assist the Court. The “battle”, if any, is … Continued

Advancing Pecuniary & Non-Pecuniary Claims Under the Family Law Act

Presented at the Oatley McLeish Guide to Motor Vehicle Litigation Seminar | March 26, 2014

When a victim has been injured, the Family Law Act entitles certain family members to claim damages of their own. Sections 61 to 63 of the FLA are the key provisions. In some cases, FLA claims can be significant. This paper will provide an overview of some “main considerations” when advancing FLA claims; focus on … Continued

Intrapartum Pathways to Neonatal Neurologic Injury – A Lawyer’s View

OTLA Medical Malpractice Conference | January 29, 2014

Newborn neurological injury due to trauma occurring in and around birth (peripartum) is often profoundly disabling. For affected infants and their families these injuries can be life-altering, resulting in unfathomable burdens. This paper explores the possible intrapartum pathways to neonatal neurologic injury and how some of the science and literature impact on the representation of … Continued