Media Advisory - Victim of impaired driving hit and run to discuss lawsuit, cyberbullying

TORONTO, Sept. 2, 2015 /CNW/ - Mallorie Wild – who has launched an $11.2-million lawsuit against the drunk driver who left her gravely injured at the side of a road, and the bar that is alleged to have over-served him – will discuss concerns over cyberbullying related to her injuries that arose when she became an anti-drunk driving activist on social media. 

Wild, 20, and her lawyer John McLeish, will provide details of the lawsuit, her 17 surgeries and put the spotlight on cyberbullying and its effects. This is a particularly important subject in light of the current challenge to the Cyber-safety Act that was enacted after the death of Rehtaeh Parsons.

When: Wednesday, Sept. 2, 10 a.m.

Where: McLeish Orlando LLP office at 1 Queen St. E., Suite 1620.

Who: Mallorie Wild and her lawyer John McLeish, partner with McLeish Orlando LLP

See Media Release:

SOURCE McLeish Orlando LLP

For further information: Mara Da Camara at 416-366-3311 ext. 2313 or


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