Category Archives: Administrative Law

Blog: 2014 professional regulation round-up

While principles of administrative law continue to evolve – perhaps more in this last decade than in previous years – much of the developing law of professional regulation involves basic principles being used to flesh-out new, or at least previous-unexplored,…

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HPRB deference on adequacy of investigations

At the start of 2014, we blogged here about a decision of the B.C. Supreme Court that B.C.’s Health Professions Review Board (the “HPRB”) must, when reviewing the adequacy of an investigation, grant deference to a registrar who conducts an…

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Professional regulatory bodies and malicious prosecution

Claims of malicious prosecution seem inevitable for professional regulatory bodies, despite the difficulties that such claims present for claimants. A claimant must not only defeat the case for misconduct during a discipline proceeding, but also show both an absence of…

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