The impact of non-cooperation on interim orders

By Bernie LeBlanc (October 19, 2022, 1:28 PM EDT) -- Issuing an interim order restricting or suspending a registrant’s ability to practise pending an investigation is an exceptional power for regulators of professions. Given the impact of such orders and the limited ability of registrants to challenge such orders internally, other than asking for reconsideration, courts will often entertain a judicial review application of it even though it is midway through the investigation process....
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