Our Lawyers

Lonny J. Rosen and Elyse Sunshine have practiced together since 1999, first at a boutique health law firm and then at a mid-size full-service firm, before founding the health law firm Rosen Sunshine LLP in Toronto. They are both passionate advocates for health providers, trusted advisors of health organizations, and experts in their field.

In addition to working as health lawyers, Lonny and Elyse are active in the community in both professional and charitable organizations. Both are active members of the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto as well as the Advocates’ Society, which featured them as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. Lonny and Elyse both regularly write and speak on health law issues.

Lonny J. Rosen

Lonny J. Rosen is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Health Law. His practice consists of providing opinions and advice with respect to health care legislation and policies, and representing clients in a wide range of civil and administrative proceedings.

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Elyse Sunshine

Elyse Sunshine assists health care professionals, health associations and organizations by providing advice and opinions with respect to regulatory, administrative and civil matters.

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Sari Feferman

Sari Feferman joined Rosen Sunshine LLP as an associate in August 2017 after practicing litigation at a boutique law firm in Toronto for over four years. Sari advises and represents health care professionals in regulatory, administrative and civil matters.

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Emma Gardiner

Emma Gardiner joined Rosen Sunshine LLP as an associate in July 2017. Emma has worked on a variety of matters involving the representation of regulated health professionals before the various committees of the numerous colleges regulating health professionals in Ontario.

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Erin Dobbelsteyn

Erin Dobbelsteyn joined Rosen Sunshine LLP as an associate in July 2014. Erin assists health care professionals by providing advice and representation in regulatory, administrative, and civil matters.

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