Personal injury

Tribunal finds that spilling tea while stopped at a red light is not an automobile accident

Tribunal finds that spilling tea while stopped at a red light is not an automobile accident

The use or operation of the vehicle should be the direct cause of the injuries

Taking aim at Uber

Taking aim at Uber

Lawyer’s statement of claim in tragic auto-accident case lays blame against Uber and City

Representing clients with diminished capacity

Representing clients with diminished capacity

Personal injury lawyer shares the skills he thinks are most crucial for serving this vulnerable group of clients

Ontario personal injury lawyer Darcy Merkur explains impact of COVID-19 on practice

Ontario personal injury lawyer Darcy Merkur explains impact of COVID-19 on practice

Merkur predicts the collapse of mass marketing firms and early retirements

What COVID-19 class actions will look like

What COVID-19 class actions will look like

Two of Ontario’s top class action lawyers explain the scope and strategies around class actions emerging from the pandemic

Appeal leaves questions about fiduciary duty in clinical trials

Appeal leaves questions about fiduciary duty in clinical trials

Lawyers on Stirrett v. Cheema weigh in on the legal and policy implications of the appeal