Bruce Lemer is well known for his work in medical malpractice claims, complex personal injury and motor vehicle claims and consumer and products liability class actions. He was called to the bar in 1982 and has focused on all types of medical malpractice lawsuits, including hospital and nurse errors, surgical errors, diagnostic and drug prescription errors and prescription mistakes, and consumer class actions. He has also represented plaintiffs in catastrophic personal injury claims and products liability and professional negligence claims against governments, blood products manufacturers and the Canadian Red Cross for infection with HIV and hepatitis C through blood transfusions and blood products. He was plaintiffs’ co-counsel in Endean v. Canadian Red Cross, a class action on behalf of individuals infected with hepatitis C through blood transfusions, which resulted in the largest products liability class action settlement in Canadian history. Bruce was also Canadian counsel in a U.S. action by Canadians infected with HIV from a product manufactured by Armour Pharmaceutical Company. The case was profiled in a report by CNN TV correspondent Art Harris [see CNN transcripts and scroll down long page].