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13 Apr

Full Names of Parties Now Published in HPARB Complaint Review Decisions

Tuesday, April 13, 2021Lad KucisLitigation, Health LawHealthcare, Disciplinary Hearing

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Historically, the names of parties in complaint reviews before the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (HPARB) were not included on the version of the Decision and Reasons made available...

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4 Apr

Ontario expands non-essential business closures

Saturday, April 4, 2020Stephen A. ThieleLitigationCOVID-19, Ontario, Infectious Diseases, Infectious Diseases Emergencies, Healthcare

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On April 3, 2020, the Ontario government expanded the list of non-essential businesses that will be required to close while the province courageously battles to control the spread of COVID-19.

Under Regulation 82/20, the Ontario government had previously provided a list of businesses that it had deemed essential and that could remain open during the current health emergency.

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10 Sep

How the Identities of Health Professionals are Revealed in HPARB Complaint Review Decisions

Tuesday, September 10, 2019Lad KucisLitigation, Health LawHealthcare, Complaints

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It is the long-standing practice of the Health Professions and Appeal Board (HPARB) to identify parties by their...

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4 Sep

Responding to Complaints Before the College of Psychologists of Ontario A Defence Lawyer’s Perspective

Wednesday, September 4, 2019Lad KucisLitigation, Health LawComplaints, Healthcare, College of Psychologists of Ontario, Disciplinary Hearing

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As legal counsel for psychologists, we are regularly asked questions about the complaints process before the College of Psychologists of Ontario (“CPO”).

Although the regulatory framework governing complaint matters is quite extensive, the following is the essential information that...

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29 Nov

CPSO Commences Investigations Into Physicians Prescribing High Doses of Opioids

Tuesday, November 29, 2016Lad KucisHealth LawOpioids, Healthcare

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The regulatory body that governs Ontario physicians has recently launched investigations into 86 physicians who allegedly...

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