SPECT Scan Showing Traumatic Brain Injury: Canadian And American Judicial And Arbitral Decisions

Medico Legal Society of Toronto | Presented by David MacDonald | Content at presentation on February 24, 2021

Canadian Cases American Cases Additional Cases These case lists will continue to be updated with each new case where SPECT providing evidence of brain injury is indicated. Please email David at dmacdonald@thomsonrogers.com if you would like to receive updated links to additional authorities.

Effective Opening Addresses At Mediation

Osgoode Hall Law School | Sloan Mandel | February 2, 2021

On February 2, 2021, Thomson Rogers partner Sloan Mandel was part of a lecture for the Masters in Law program put on by Osgoode Hall Law School. Sloan Mandel was part of a panel that was asked to critique and provide commentary regarding effective opening addresses at mediation.

Expert Testimony At An iPad Personal Injury Trial: Preparation And Giving Evidence

Presented at BIAPH's Health Advocates Education Conference | by David MacDonald | October 28, 2020

Thomson Rogers personal injury lawyer David MacDonald presented at BIAPH‘s Health Advocates Education Conference on October 28, 2020 on the topic of “Expert Testimony At An iPad Personal Injury Trial: Preparation And Giving Evidence.” The presentation focused on the following themes: Opinion Evidence: What is it? Who can give it? Treating Expert or Litigation Expert? … Continued

Tips For Favorably Advancing Attendant Care Claims

Presented at the ABI Network Conference | by Stephen Birman, Stacey Stevens & Elysia M. Martini | November 12, 2020

Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Stephen Birman and Stacey Stevens and Student-at-Law Elysia Martini, along with guest speakers Karla Forgaard-Pullen, Mathew Rose and Gina Matesic, presented at the ABI Network Conference on November 12, 2020 on the topic of “Tips for Favorably Advancing Attendant Care Claims.” The presentation focused on the following four themes after … Continued

Submissions By Thomson Rogers Regarding Bill 218

Submissions By Thomson Rogers Regarding Bill 218 On November 4, 2020, Stephen Birman presented to the Standing Committee on Justice policy regarding Thomson Rogers’ opposition to Bill 218, which proposes to limit liability for long term care operators in respect of the spread of Covid-19. Written submissions prepared by Stephen Birman and Lucy Jackson can be found here