Medical malpractice

WOMEN IN LAW - Most rewarding part of legal practice has nothing to do with glamour, says Rose Leto

WOMEN IN LAW - Most rewarding part of legal practice has nothing to do with glamour, says Rose Leto

It’s about trading guilt for gratitude

Courts struggle on causation tests in some malpractice cases

Courts struggle on causation tests in some malpractice cases

A recent decision from the Court of Appeal for Ontario highlights uncertainty in the law surrounding causation in medical malpractice cases of delayed diagnosis allegations, according to a lawyer that worked on the case.

Challenging disparity  in medical malpractice

Challenging disparity in medical malpractice

Is ‘judicial attitude’ to blame for discrepancy in damage awards in provinces outside Ontario?

Lawyers can't intervene with full-party status in medical malpractice suits

Lawyers can't intervene with full-party status in medical malpractice suits

An Ontario judge has ruled that allegedly negligent lawyers cannot intervene with full-party status in medical actions a doctor launched following her care at The Ottawa Hospital.

Pros and cons of practising . . . in Montreal, oil & gas law, in London, Ont., medical malpractice law

Pros and cons of practising . . . in Montreal, oil & gas law, in London, Ont., medical malpractice law