In this article, Michael J. Henry details some holiday health hazards and some considerations for safe celebrations.
An update on the ongoing Mefloquine Mass Tort.
By way of update, the first ESSURE cases brought by our American counterparts will proceed through trial in February, 2020
One of the hockey players that was left paralyzed from the chest down after last year’s tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash recently underwent an experimental spinal surgery that has already helped restore some of his ability to move his legs.
Retired Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire has added his name to the growing list of Canadian veterans taking part in a mass tort lawsuit, brought by Howie Sacks & Henry and Waddell Phillips, against the Canadian Government.
Return to Mefloquine homepage. Since January 2019, we have been contacted by over 2,672 individuals. We have been retained by 839 clients, and we have filed claims for almost 200 clients so far, with more claims anticipated to be filed shortly. We continue to thank each and every one of you for your dedication to … Read More
We are pleased to announce that James Howie, Neil Sacks, Michael Henry, Adam Wagman, David Levy and Paul Miller have been recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada for 2020.
Return to Mefloquine homepage. The following is a summary of the first case conference regarding the Mefloquine Mass Tort. On August 13, 2019, the parties attended the first Case Management Conference before Prothonotary Furlanetto of the Federal Court. The purpose of this attendance was to introduce the cases to the Court and to work out scheduling … Read More
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has approved a $5 million settlement of a national class action brought against St. Jude Medical, Inc. and St. Jude Medical Canada, Inc. The class action relates to certain models of implantable cardiac defibrillators or cardiac resynchronization therapy devices manufactured between January 2010 and May 23, 2015 under the brand names Fortify, … Read More
Justice Eileen Gillese released an eye-opening report this week, the culmination of a public inquiry into Ontario’s long-term care system. The over 1400-page report was prompted by the criminal actions of nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer, deemed the worst healthcare killer in Canadian history.