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Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter - March 2018: Unauthorized Practice: Strategies that Work

by Field Law on

Regulators have an obligation to protect the public from unqualified, unauthorized persons practicing the profession. Regulating this risk to the public is challenging. Regulators have a variety of approaches and tools to...more

Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter - March 2018: Duty of Fairness at Investigative Stage and the Importance of...

by Field Law on

Kuny v College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, 2017 MBCA 111, emphasizes that the duty of fairness at the investigative stage of a professional disciplinary process requires centrally that a member be advised of the...more

Where is the Line? Options for Professional Leagues and Teams Facing On-Field Player Social Activism

In July 2016, four players on the Minnesota Lynx WNBA team wore black shirts in support of the Black Lives Matter social justice movement. The WNBA fined the players, but later rescinded the fines. In August 2016, San...more

Why Finding Your Physician’s Disciplinary History Is So Hard

by Howard Ankin on

Physicians are not required to inform their patients that they are on probation for unethical conduct or medical errors that result in disciplinary actions. Most databases that contain this important information are either...more

Chris Lazarini Analyzes Case Alleging Conspiracy Against FINRA and an Email Archiving Vendor

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Chris Lazarini analyzed a case in which Plaintiffs, attempting to overcome an earlier dismissal of their claims, alleged a conspiracy between an email archiving vendor and FINRA in support of their...more

MLB Drops the Ball on Discipline

by Thomas Fox on

Your discipline must be transparent and consistent. If you are going to suspend players for racially mocking gestures during the season and they make one during the World Series, they get suspended during the World Series....more

Free Speech at Work: It Is Not What You Think It Is

On Wednesday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy made a comment about the ongoing National Anthem issue. McCoy stated: “I think it’s gonna be an uproar if that is to happen because you’re basically taking...more

Combating Opioid Abuse in the Workplace: A Proactive Approach For Employers

by Bowditch & Dewey on

Imagine your employee “Bob” has recently missed a lot work for unexplained reasons. Bob’s coworkers notice that he sometimes “nods off” while working, and his supervisor just reported to you that Bob became enraged while...more

The Devil Is In the Details: New Board Members Likely To Change Law In Nuanced Ways

by Proskauer - Labor Relations on

The end of September in most years sees a spate of new NLRB decisions, sometimes dozens, issued on or about September 30, to coincide with the end of the agency’s fiscal year. Not so this past September 30 because of the...more

Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter - September 2017: The Relationship Between Council and the Chief Executive Officer

by Field Law on

The Chief Executive Officer of a professional regulatory organization is the senior staff person responsible for the overall operations of the organization. Typically, the CEO will report to Council which is responsible for...more

Perspectives for the Professions Newsletter - September 2017: Importance of Clear Guidelines and Policies

by Field Law on

Silwin v College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2017 ONSC 1947, upholding a Discipline Committee’s decision to reject a defence of officially induced error on the basis that the professional unreasonably misinterpreted the...more

NFL Owners, Commissioner Consider Question of NFL Conduct Policies Regulating Non-Football Offenses Once Again

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

New York Jets player Darrelle Revis is entering the third year of his approximately $70 million five-year contract with the team. He is slated to receive a $13 million base salary ($6 million fully guaranteed) and a $2...more

Perspectives for the Professions: Joint Submissions on Sanction: The Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Amount of Deference...

by Field Law on

In a previous article, we discussed a discipline tribunal’s role in considering joint submissions on sanction; namely, a discipline tribunal has the discretion to accept or reject a joint submission. Previous courts adopted...more

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