David Rosenbaum is a partner in the litigation department atthe law firm of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. He works out of the Toronto office. David has extensive experience in the health law area which includes: acting for regulators of health professionals in discipline matters, prosecutions in the courts, drafting of regulations and advice on regulatory matters. He is a member of a panel of litigators at Fasken who act as counsel to the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. In addition to the work he has done for regulators, he has provided regulatory and liability advice to many institutions within the health care sector including hospitals, long term care homes and laboratories. He regularly advises clients on compliance with the statutes and regulations that govern the health care system in Canada. David has written and spoken extensively on topics in health law, including recently participating in a panel discussion at Ryerson University on the legal implications of the Cambie Surgical case in British Columbia.