Howie, Sacks & Henry is proud to announce that Law Clerk Tania Harris has been awarded the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Outstanding Law Clerk Award for 2019.
On February 10, lawyers from HSH and Waddell Phillips held their first town hall meeting at the Royal Canadian Legion 139 in Mississauga to discuss the Mefloquine lawsuit against the DND.
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.
We would appreciate 2 minutes of your time to complete this year’s survey, and show your support for Howie, Sacks & Henry.
If you were affected by the Jan. 11 Ottawa bus crash, learn more about your choices by contacting Meghan Hull Jacquin.
If you were given an anti-malarial drug while serving in the Canadian forces you are invited to attend this free event in Ottawa to learn more about the forthcoming lawsuit against the DND.
The 13th Annual Personal Injury Charity Hockey Challenge will be held April 11 to raise funds for spinal cord research.
Howie, Sacks & Henry is pleased to announce that D. Joel Dick and Meghan Hull Jacquin have been admitted to the Partnership.
The mefloquine lawsuit in Canada is set to help its victims receive compensation for the drug’s harmful effects and for being part of a clinical trial that didn’t follow proper procedure despite potential risks.