BLG adds Keegan Boyd to health law group

New partner has over a decade’s experience in health law, professional liability and commercial disputes

BLG adds Keegan Boyd to health law group
Keegan Boyd

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP has added Keegan Boyd as partner in its health law group, based in Toronto.

Boyd brings to the firm a decade of experience in health law, professional liability and commercial disputes. He has frequently defended professionals against allegations of professional misconduct and negligence. His expertise in defending clients in product liability matters and class actions has led him to appear before all levels of court in Ontario, as well as other courts, administrative bodies and tribunal. These include the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.

“Keegan’s extensive experience in medico-legal defence and commercial disputes makes him a great addition to the Health Law Group and a benefit to clients across the firm,” said Patrick Hawkins, BLG’s national practice group leader for health law.

Called to the Ontario Bar in 2009, Boyd obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and his MBA from the Schulich School of Business. He also holds an engineering degree from McGill University.

Prior to joining BLG, Boyd was a partner at Miller Thomson LLP.

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