Kevin Adams and Alon Barda will be involved in The Advocates’ Society’s program on Licence Appeal Tribunal Advocacy. The program is on April 8, 2020 in Toronto. Kevin is a co-chair and Alon will be a speaker. Kevin and Alon have extensive experience in handling accident benefits claims. For registration details, click here.
Thank you to our senior partner, Stephen Ross, and his wife, Patricia Ross, for once again welcoming us into their home for our annual Associates Appreciation Dinner. It was a great evening!
Congratulations to Erin Crochetière for a remarkable job cross-examining four witnesses at a trial last week – an impressive feat for a second year lawyer! Erin, along with Brian Sunohara, are counsel for a police force in a claim arising from alleged motor vehicle accident negligence, false arrest, and breach of Charter rights. The trial is scheduled to […]
Jocelyn Brogan was counsel in a summary judgment motion in August 2019, related to claims arising from an accident involving 30 vehicles. Justice George recently released his decision in Haidari v. Seney et al., 2020 ONSC 698. Although Justice George did not dismiss the actions as against our clients, His Honour indicated that the case […]
Stephen Ross co-chaired the Tricks of the Trade conference on Friday. This is a popular event put on each year by The Advocates’ Society. Stephen also moderated an informative panel on potential reforms to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule. Stephen is a leader in this area. He’s been part of the Ontario government’s consultation process, […]
Brian Sunohara spoke at the The Advocates’ Society’s Tricks of the Trade conference. It was a great event with hundreds of attendees. Brian presented on surveillance and social media evidence at trial. Brian was co-counsel in the Ontario Court of Appeal’s latest decision on this topic, Nemchin v. Green. Based on this decision, surveillance will likely be […]