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Professional Regulation and Discipline Lawyer Toronto
They are required to meet stringent requirements in order to be formally licensed to practice. They must also continue professional training to keep up to date with new developments in their fields, maintain best practices, and meet ongoing licensing requirements.
Public scrutiny of the professions has been steadily increasing over the past decade. The regulatory response has been to demand more and better from professionals.
In the process of providing professional services to members of the public, a professional can unfortunately become the subject of a formal professional complaint. This will spark an investigation and, in turn, may lead to the institution of a disciplinary proceeding before the professional’s licensing and regulatory body. Professional discipline hearings are basically adversarial trials. This area of litigation can be complex, requiring skill, contextual understanding of the profession and its regulator in question, and the exercise of a very high degree of professionalism by Counsel.
When Professionals Need Defence, They Turn to Adam Boni
Over the course of his career, Mr. Boni has had occasion to advise and defend a wide range of professionals in criminal courts, at Coroner's Inquests and in Professional Discipline Hearings, such as:
- Police officers
Mr. Boni's objective has been to help his clients to defend their professional reputations and licences in a timely and effective way to minimize or eliminate altogether the potentially significant damage to their employment and lives.
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If you are facing professional disciple proceedings, you are strongly advised to choose a highly experienced trial lawyer with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the adversarial process. Mr. Boni's legal, analytical and advocacy skills developed and honed over more than 25 years in high intensity criminal trial courts, before Judges and Juries, have served his clients well in the Professional Regulation & Discipline context. When you retain him to represent you, he will meet and communicate regularly with you, carefully review the details of the allegations against you, carefully analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the case to meet, and help you to advance your strongest possible defence.
If you are facing Professional Discipline proceedings, do not settle for less. Contact Adam Steven Boni, LL.B. and let him help you reclaim your reputation and preserve your license and livelihood.
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Is Professional Misconduct a Criminal Offence?
Professional misconduct usually refers to the fact that a licensed professional (such as a physician, dentist, nurse, lawyer or police officer) has been charged with and found guilty of a regulatory offence by the Discipline Tribunal of his or her professional licensing body. It is not considered a criminal offence in itself in Ontario. Professional misconduct refers to actions taken by a professional licensee that violates the ethical standards, rules, or codes of conduct set forth by his or her professional licensing body.
When a professional is accused of misconduct, the matter is typically handled through the regulatory body overseeing their profession. This body has the authority to investigate the allegations and take appropriate disciplinary actions, which may include warnings, fines, reprimands, suspension, or revocation of the professional's license and registration.
It is important to note, however, that certain forms of professional misconduct may also trigger criminal liability. For example, if the alleged professional misconduct involves fraudulent activities, theft, assault, the use or sale of controlled drugs or substances, or other prohibited criminal acts, the professional may also be subject to a separate criminal prosecution in Court, apart from and in addition to the disciplinary hearing before the professional licensing body's Disciplinary Tribunal.