"Responsive and thoughtful."
Emily Larose is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Group and a member of the firm's cross-disciplinary Life Sciences team. She provides advice and representation to stakeholders in various regulated industries, with specific expertise working with Health Canada-regulated clients. She has experience advising on all manner of regulatory issues, risk management and policy matters and applies her regulatory expertise to product liability and class action litigation.
Emily's experience includes:
Emily developed an interest in health law issues through her experiences at the Consent and Capacity Board and with the College of Nurses of Ontario. This interest has been further developed through an in-house secondment with the legal department of a multinational pharmaceutical company.
Emily is on the Editorial Board of Class Action Journal. She has published and spoken on a variety of topics including the reuse of single-use medical devices, consumer product regulation in Canada, national class actions, natural health product marketing, spoliation, cross-border discovery and access to information requests.
As a former member of the firm’s Risk Management Committee, Emily is well-versed in developing practical and proactive solutions to manage and prevent risk exposure through policy development, implementation of best practices and maximizing the use of technologies.
"She's very responsive and thoughtful in providing her answers or addressing the questions we put to her."– Chambers Canada (Product Liability)