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The Regulation of Professions in Canada (Print + ProView online)
Par : James Casey, Q.C., B.Comm., LL.B.
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Description

Celebrating its 25th year in publication

A comprehensive synthesis of the law relating to the regulation of Canadian professions

The only work providing a comprehensive synthesis of the law relating to the regulation of professions in Canada, particularly as it applies to the issues of discipline and licensing. This work reviews both the legislative framework - federally, provincially and constitutionally - and the significant body of case law that interprets this subject. Topics covered include: •

  • the jurisdiction of the professional tribunal over the professional •
  • the right of associations to make rules •
  • procedural and evidentiary rights at disciplinary hearings •
  • bias
  • •Charter implications •
  • the interrelationship of discipline and criminal law •
  • unauthorized practice •
  • judicial review

The work also includes a useful sentencing table that summarizes, in chart form, the penalties imposed for a wide range of professional misconduct.

Also available as an eLooseleaf on ProView with an integrated search option for WestlawNext Canada subscribers. See all available titles store.thomsonreuters.ca/elooseleaf

À propos de l'auteur
James T. Casey, B. Comm., LL.B., Q.C has been the managing partner for Field Law since 2008. He previously served as leader of the firm's Labour and Employment Group and founded its Professional Regulatory Group. His primary areas of legal practice are professional regulation, acting as a Chairperson for labour arbitration boards, and administrative law. Mr. Casey has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada, all levels of courts in Alberta and numerous administrative tribunals. He acts for many professional organizations providing advice in all areas of professional regulation including discipline, legislation, registration, mobility, policy and governance. He has taught at the University of Alberta and is a frequent speaker and author of publications including the leading text in Canada on professional regulation, The Regulation of Professions in Canada and A Guide to the Health Professions Act. He is also the editor of the text Remedies in Labour, Employment, and Human Rights Law.