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David Raposo joined the firm in 2006 and became a partner in 2013. Since his call to the bar in 2004, David has restricted his practice to the defence of insurers with an emphasis on first party accident benefit disputes.
He represents insurers at all levels of Court in Ontario as well as the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.
David attended the University of Windsor and obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in both Criminology and Psychology in 2000.
He continued to receive his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from the University of Windsor in 2003 and was called to the bar in 2004. David also successfully completed the Intensive Trial Advocacy Course at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2006.
Co-Chair, Kitty/CAT: The old and the new, Medico-Legal Society of Toronto, annual program on Catastrophic Impairment, February 24, 2016
Lecture, Retroactive Attendant Care, Dutton Brock LLP, November 20, 2015
Motions to Compel Videotaping Medical Assessments: A Fine Art, Dutton Brock LLP, January 2009
Lecturer, Belair v. McMichael: Defining "Incurred", Dutton Brock LLP, January 2008
Lecturer, Rodrigues v. Jevco Insurance Company: IRB's in the post-104 week period, Dutton Brock LLP, January 2007
Lecturer, Update on Accident Benefits, Civil Litigation, Colloquium 2014 - North Eastern Ontario Continuing Professional Development Conference
Lecturer, Legislative Update: Bill 15, Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Insurance Rates Act, Dutton Brock 2014
Lecturer, Requests for information pursuant to Section 33 of the SABS, Dutton Brock 2013
Co-Chair, "Practice makes perfect", 2013 Annual Accident Benefits Professional Development Program, Canadian Defence Lawyers
Co-Chair, 2012 Annual Accident Benefits Professional Development Program, Canadian Defence Lawyers
Babakar v. Brown: Divisional Court Panel Confirms Cross-Examination of Experts Best Left for Trial, Written for Medical Legal Society of Toronto, Spring 2010.
Motions to Compel Videotaping Medical Assessments: A Fine Art - A Summary of Relevant Case Law, Written for Dutton Brock LLP Firm Seminar, Winter 2009.
Ontario Superior Court of Justice Applies Supreme Court's Test of Remoteness With Respect to Claims for Psychological Injuries - Written for Dutton Brock LLP ECounsel Newsletter, Autumn 2009 Edition
Belair v. McMichael: Defining "Incurred", Published by Without Prejudice, Official Journal of the Ontario Insurance Adjusters Association, Vol. 72, No. 8, April 2008
Rodrigues v. Jevco Insurance Company: The never ending 104 weeks, Dutton Brock 2007
Revised Pre-Approved Framwork Guideline, No. 06/07 - Published by the Canadian Defence Lawyers Association, Summer 2007
Mamaca v. Coseco Insurance Company: Litigation Privilege in the context of accident benefits actions including claims for bad faith - Written for Dutton Brock LLP Counsel Newsletter, Summer 2007 Edition
Bill 15, Fighting Fraud and Reducing Automobile Insurance Rates Act, Dutton Brock 2014
Requests for information pursuant to Section 33 of the SABS, Dutton Brock 2013
David is a member of:
Co-Op v. Liu, License Appeal Tribunal No. 16-000714/AABS
Co-Op v. Wannamaker, License Appeal Tribunal No. 16-000248/AABS
Co-Op & G.A., License Appeal Tribunal No. 16-0001976/AABS
Co-Op & L.W., License Appeal Tribunal No. 16-000536/AABS
Warsame v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, FSCO A14-006546.
Aslan et al. v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, 2016 ONSC 2725.
Babakar v. Brown, 261 O.A.C. 69.
Babakar v. Brown,  O.J. No. 2613 (Div. Ct.).
Babakar v. Brown, 95 O.R. (3d) 206.
Williams v. York Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.,  O.J. No. 5625, 2007 ONCA 479.
Maude v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, FSCO A12-03997.
Jevco Insurance Company v. Gore Mutual Insurance Company, 2014 ONSC 3741.
Unifund Assurance Company v. Wawanesa Insurance Company (Ellacott), Private Arbitration.
Albanese v. State Farm Mutual Insurance Company, FSCO A10-000464.