Category Archives: Inquiry and Investigations

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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Inquiry committees and procedural fairness

When a regulatory authority withdraws a proposed consent agreement and refers a complaint matter for a discipline hearing, the registrant may attempt to challenge the decision on procedural fairness grounds. But as recently reviewed by the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s…

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