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Read news articles and announcements about Hooper Law’s team members and cases, information on personal injury law and local legal news.

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Announcing Our Name Change

As of November 1, 2023, we are reverting to our original name, Hooper Law. While our name may change, our dedication to providing exceptional legal services and our impeccable courtroom track record remain unchanged.

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Do I Have A Claim?

If you’ve been hurt because of someone else’s actions, or inaction, the particular type of claim isn’t too important. What is important is that you’ve been hurt, physically, emotionally or economically, often all of the above.

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19th Annual United Way Sopinka Luncheon

In a time where the sense of community is being eroded by the isolation of the pandemic, the legal communities of Hamilton and Halton came together this Fall, as they have for the past 18 years, and demonstrated the power of community through the Sopinka Legal Luncheon held November 17, 2020.

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Pandemic precautions: When will the courts re-open?

Following the March 2020 suspension of all in-person operations at the Ontario Superior Court in March 2020 there have been many changes, and associated challenges, in the way that the legal system has operated over the last few months.

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Mary Grosso – 2020 OTLA Cup

Hooper Law proudly sponsors the 2020 OTLA Cup. Mary Grosso and other lawyers from the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association volunteer their time each year to support the development of trial skills, civility and professionalism amongst law school students by organizing the OTLA Cup.

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Styres family suing shooter Khill for $2 million

The family of a slain Six Nations father of two is suing the man who shot him for more than $2 million as the fallout over the controversial criminal verdict continues. Hooper Law Offices in Hamilton is representing Hill and her daughters.

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New Law Society of Ontario Referral Fee rules and documents

When you refer your client who has had a motor vehicle accident, suffered an injury from medical malpractice, been sexually assaulted or has another personal injury issue, we have these referral fee documents ready, to minimize the administrative hurdles for your office to satisfy the new LSO requirements.

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OTLA – Lexfund v. Ferro

These breaches of the Act by Lexfund “were not technical; they went to the very heart of the reason for the Act coming into force”. Justice Sloan held that there was actual prejudice to the borrowers in this case.

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Sexual assault victim awarded $1.5 million

Hooper, an experienced litigator, said the case is very unusual — it’s not typical for sexual assault victims to sue their attackers and the ones who do don’t get $1.5 million judgments.

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Living Rock Soupfest set for Feb. 6

Lawyer Robert Hooper, one of the Soupfest sponsors, said he's involved with the Living Rock because of the positive impact its work has on the community. "There are lots of youth that need that hand to help push them up a bit, and that extra word of encouragement."

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City grant recipient still owes sex assault victim

“The sexual assault changed the whole course of her life,” says her lawyer, Rob Hooper. “From her perspective, it’s upsetting to see he can carry on. That this guy can still appear at City Hall and gain money and she’s had to re-engineer her whole life over this.

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