David Rosenbaum practices in the areas of civil litigation and health law. He has assisted clients in all types of commercial litigation, as well as estate litigation and insurance litigation and he provides advice on health regulatory matters. David represents clients in commercial disputes, including large commercial fraud cases. His extensive experience dealing with complex legal and factual issues includes acting in several large cases involving disputes arising from commercial lease financing.
In the insurance litigation area, David has experience acting for insureds in coverage disputes and brokers in defence of E&O claims. Often involved in the drafting of insurance policies for insurer clients, David is frequently called upon to advise clients on coverage issues. He has also provided expert evidence on the law of Ontario in coverage disputes.
In the estate litigation area, David has acted for both beneficiaries and estate trustees with disputes regarding wills, inheritances and trusts, including will disputes, contested passings of accounts, dependant relief claims, trustee removal applications and breach of trust actions.
David also has experience in the area of health law, where he regularly advises clients on questions relating to the regulation of health care professionals and institutions such as hospitals and medical laboratories. He serves as independent counsel to the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees of a major health profession regulator. He has also acted as College counsel in unauthorized practice proceedings and in professional disciplinary matters and judicial reviews. He provides regulatory advice to health regulatory Colleges and has drafted regulations for them.
With his extensive knowledge of the regulation of the health care system in Canada, David is sought out for advice on compliance with statutes such as the Canada Health Act, the Health Insurance Act, the Laboratory and Specimen Collection Centre Licensing Act, and the Commitment to the Future of Medicare Act, as well as advice on regulatory matters in the health field.