Jinnah v Alberta Dental Association and College, 2022 ABCA 336

October 20, 2022

posted in: Legal Updates

In Jinnah v Alberta Dental Association and College the Alberta Court of Appeal set out the legal test that a hearing tribunal or council (the “Regulator”) must use to justify ordering costs against a member disciplined for unprofessional conduct.  This decision is a significant change that affects all professional regulators established under the Health Professions Act, RSA 2000, c H-7.

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