Professional Conduct Blog

A failure to cooperate as professional misconduct

By Rachel Nobel Where a licensee does not outright refuse to cooperate with an investigation by their regulatory body, but nevertheless fails to provide the requested information or assistance, this may lead to regulatory action being taken against the licensee…

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Judicial reviews of decisions that matters go to discipline hearing

In theory, any administrative decision may be analyzed for reasonableness. For example, a professional may assert that a regulatory authority’s decision to issue a citation is unreasonable, e.g., because it considered irrelevant matters (as asserted, for example, in Default v. B.C.…

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