SPECT SCANS and Brain Injury

Thomson Rogers partner David MacDonald presented “SPECT SCANS and Brain Injury” at OTLA along with guests: Dr. Rob Tarzwell, Department of Psychiatry at University of British Columbia; Dr. Phil Cohen, Vancouver Coast Health Research Institute; and Dr. Manu Mehdiratta, iScope Concussion & Pain Clinics. The presentation and discussion included: Meade Is Wrong: SPECT Identifies and Differentiate … Continued

Admission Of Participant Expert Evidence On Motions: Rule 20.2 Of The Family Law Rules

Presented at The Canadian Bar Association | October 1, 2021

On October 1, 2021, Thomson Rogers’ Melanie Larock discussed “Admission Of Participant Expert Evidence On Motions: Rule 20.2 Of The Family Law Rules” at the Twelfth Annual Bread And Butter Issues In Family Law (Webcast Only) event. If you have any questions, please contact Melanie at 416-868-3231 or by EMAIL. Melanie Larock is a partner and family lawyer at Thomson … Continued

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