The downside of judge’s ruling on reviewing draft expert reports

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

January 27, 2014


While a judge had commendable goals in declaring an end to lawyers’ practice of reviewing draft expert reports, her recent Superior Court decision may have the unwelcome consequence of affecting who counsel retain as experts.

See the full article here.

Share this


Related articles:

top personal injury boutique award 2024

Thomson Rogers Earns Prestigious Recognition in the 2024 Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s Top Personal Injury Boutiques

Read more

Understanding Preeclampsia: What It Means For Mothers & Babies

Read more
top personal injury boutique award 2024

Thomson Rogers Earns Prestigious Recognition in the 2024 Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s Top Personal Injury Boutiques

Read more

Understanding Preeclampsia: What It Means For Mothers & Babies

Read more

Stay Informed

Subscribe to receive updates on the latest news from Thomson Rogers as well as invitations to seminars, webinars and more.

Sign up now