Darryl Singer writes about his multi-year ordeal of depression, anxiety, and addiction to OxyContin–a highly addictive substance. He’s one of the lucky few who managed to overcome his addiction.
Darryl is proud of the fact that for many years now, the majority of his referrals come from other lawyers, including some of whom who’d be deemed competitors, and even those who have litigated against him.
Moreover, he’s been called upon over the years to teach courses and seminars for a number of professional organizations including: the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association, George Brown College, Paralegal Society of Ontario, and Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program.
Technology best way to decrease costs, speed up litigation
In attempts to improve access to justice in Ontario, the civil courts should look to the technology that has overtaken every other part of our lives, Toronto personal injury lawyer Darryl Singer writes in The Lawyers Weekly.