Author: Natasha Danson

Abrametz: Ten Years Later

More than ten years ago, Peter Abrametz, a Saskatchewan lawyer, was investigated with respect to misleading trust fund transactions and loans made to his clients.

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Conduct Unbecoming

What do the following scenarios have in common? A physician has a meltdown at a school concert and acts in a hostile and aggressive manner

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Void for Vagueness

Law has many pithy expressions that refer to complex legal concepts. For example, the phrase “intrusion upon seclusion” refers to the tort of invading someone’s

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So Many Unanswered Questions

For the impatient among us, interim stay applications can be frustrating. These applications only determine whether a decision is to be put on “hold” without

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Accessing Client Information

The rules for a health practitioner accessing a patient’s personal health information can be complex. In Ontario, those rules are mostly codified in the Personal Health

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Use of Unconventional Procedures

Physician regulators have historically struggled with the question of whether to restrict or sanction non-traditional activities by their registrants. In fact, in Ontario, the enabling

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