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.
If you were affected by the Jan. 11 Ottawa bus crash, learn more about your choices by contacting Meghan Hull Jacquin.
MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release – November 26, 2018 FLY JAMAICA CLASS ACTION COMMENCED IN CANADA TORONTO, ONTARIO – On November 23, 2018, Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP and Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman LLP filed a Class Action lawsuit with the Superior Court of Ontario against Fly Jamaica for injuries and losses sustained on Flight … Read More
CTV W5 covered an online story on the Nursing Home Action Coalition which aired Friday, November 2, 2018. Howie, Sacks & Henry acts as Lead Counsel of the Nursing Home Action Coalition. For-profit nursing home chains are in the business of caring for vulnerable seniors at the end of their lives. Families are claiming that … Read More
Howie, Sacks & Henry LLP is doing our part to address the Opioid Crisis, proud co-counsel of BC’s Class Action against Opioid drug companies.
Our client, Rohan Salmon, has been living at a Sunrise Senior Living facility for the past 16 years since a car accident left him a quadriplegic. He has now received a notice from the Sheriff and Sunrise Senior Living that he is being evicted. Melissa Miller explains in this CTV interview that he was unaware … Read More
Jeremy M. Syrtash will be speaking on the ABCs of Medical Malpractice at the upcoming OTLA Webinar.
Howie, Sacks & Henry recognized internationally for excellence in Legal Marketing at New Orleans conference in April 2018,
Our very own Valerie Lord was recently featured in the Best Practises section of Precedent Magazine
Personal injury lawyer Meghan Hull Jacquin discusses rising cases of nursing home negligence in Ontario on CBC Toronto News.