Category Archives: Professional Regulation

Checking in on your knowledge of the public interest

Whether you are a member of a self-regulating profession or a staff member from a regulatory body overseeing such a profession, you will likely have heard the phrase on more than one occasion that “self-regulation is a privilege and not…

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Available for Viewing: Our Webinars on Privacy and Confidentiality

On June 7th, 2012, 110 people from twenty professional regulatory organizations in B.C., Alberta, Manitoba, and the Yukon logged into our 2012 Professional Regulation Webinar on Privacy and Confidentiality, presented by Ng Ariss Fong (Vancouver) and Lovett & Westmacott (Victoria).…

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Privacy and FIPPA: Sharing Information Between Regulators

On June 7, 2012, Lisa Fong of Ng Ariss Fong co-presented a Webinar on Privacy and Confidentiality with Angela Westmacott of Victoria-based law firm Lovett Westmacott. During the question-and-answer period, Lisa and Angie received numerous written questions from participants, only…

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A little employment law for regulators

Regulatory bodies do more than simply regulate the activities of their members; they are also corporate bodies that may employ staff, enter into contracts, acquire and dispose of property, and otherwise engage in activities that involve legal considerations. In the…

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