Category Archives: Administrative Law

Registration and Substantial Equivalence: Inadequate Reasons

Many registration committees must exercise their discretion to assess substantial equivalence when considering aspects of an application for registration made by foreign applicants. In doing so, if committees reject applicants on the basis of a failure to meet substantially equivalent…

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Misconduct: When Non-Responsiveness Becomes Ungovernability

A professional being disciplined for professional misconduct or unprofessional conduct who fails to respond to investigative communications from his or her regulatory body may, if this silence is contrary to a duty to reply promptly to its communications, , result…

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