HSH Partner Meghan Hull Jacquin was interviewed on The Future Is Female.
Various media coverage has been issued on Marcie Stevens, a victim of the Ottawa Bus Crash and client of HSH Partner Meghan Hull Jacquin.
HSH Partner and Personal Injury Lawyer Renée Vinett was interviewed by CTV Morning News regarding clients who are pursuing legal action after being diagnosed with cancer upon receiving Allergan breast implants.
Personal injury lawyer and HSH Partner Meghan Hull-Jacquin was interviewed by Sirius XM Studios regarding disability rights and the options that may be available to someone who is injured off the job.
HSH Managing Partner and personal injury lawyer David Levy was interviewed on Thursday, May 6, 2019 regarding liability for the recent Airbnb shooting.
Joan Vincent and Roland Rehhorn, the parents of 24- year old Angela Rehhorn, who died on March 10, 2019 on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, have retained HSH’s Paul Miller and Joe Fiorante of Camp, Fiorante, Matthews, Mogerman to represent their family in potential litigation against Ethiopian Airlines in Canada. The family has taken the further … Read More
Since 2011, Canadian Lawyer Magazine has ranked personal injury boutique firms across the country. We are honoured as one of few firms to have been named one of the Top Personal Injury Law Firms in Canada in each of those rankings. The new 2019-2020 ranking has just been released, and we are again extremely proud to be … Read More
Three separate lawsuits have been filed in the Federal Court by a total of 8 individuals against the Government of Canada alleging that the Government, through the Department of National Defence, ordered members of the Canadian Armed Forces to take an anti-malarial medication known as “Mefloquine” without adequately informing CAF Members of the severe adverse … Read More
Nursing Week falls May 6-12. Join us in thanking nurses for their dedication and achievements every day of the year.
International news coverage has been issued on ‘Havanah Syndrome,’ mysterious brain injuries which Canadian diplomats have sustained while representing Canada in Cuba. Howie, Sacks & Henry’s Paul Miller weighs in.