Professional Responsibility and Ethics Instructor
Lonny J. Rosen is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Health Law. Mr. Rosen advises health care professionals, administrators of health care facilities, professional associations, and individuals on a variety of health law issues. He represents physicians and other clients in civil and administrative proceedings, complaint and discipline matters, investigations, audits and peer reviews, hospital privileges disputes and in hearings before various health tribunals, primarily dealing with issues relating to professional responsibility and ethics.
He has spoken frequently on challenging medical-ethical and other health care issues.
In 2012, by Order in Council, Lonny Rosen was appointed to the Consent and Capacity Board, an independent body created by the provincial government which conducts hearings under legislation such as the Health Care Consent Act and the Mental Health Act. Lonny is a leader of the health law bar, having served as Chair of the Health Law Sections of both the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations, and as Program Committee Chair of the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto, and now serving as a member of the Board of Directors of The Advocates’ Society and as a Member of the Executive of the CBA Health Law Section. For six years, Lonny served as a member of the Hospital for Sick Children’s Research Ethics Board. Mr. Rosen frequently writes and speaks on health law issues, including as a faculty member for Osgoode Professional Development’s Certificate Programs in Health Law. He also teaches Medical Ethics to the International Medical Graduates (IMGs) at the Ontario IMG School on a regular basis.
Lonny Rosen was named to “Best Lawyers in Canada” for Health Care Law for 2014, 2015 and 2016. Lonny was recently named the inaugural recipient of the OBA Susan Hilary Davidson Memorial Award for Excellence in Health Law.