Professional Conduct Blog

Adequacy of reasons and conflicting evidence

Disciplinary hearing panels often face conflicts in the evidence before them, such as where a registrant denies the conduct that a complainant says occurred. The case law demonstrates that a hearing panel need not address every conflict in the evidence.…

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2013 Conference – Frequently Asked Questions

Professional Regulation Conference: Vancouver Convention Centre, November 15, 2013 Frequently Asked Questions About the Conference Q: I am a regulator from another province and different legislation applies to me. Will the conference deal with topics in a way that takes…

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Fitness and the ungovernable member

Entry requirements of “good character” and “fitness” are clearly malleable. They consist of equally difficult concepts like honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness, and they turn on cultural and social expectations about which people differ. Yet good character and fitness requirements persist…

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