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Administrative Justice – WSIB ‘paper doctors’ – Not a Systemic Problem? HANG ON A MINUTE.

INTRODUCTION On Sunday July 10,  the Toronto Star’s front-page headline read: WSIB review defends use of ‘paper doctors’. The reference to the Ontario WSIB’s “paper doctors” first appeared in a November 2015 report by the Ontario Federation of Labour and …

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Unjust by Design Replayed – Post # 7: Making Tribunal Decisions “Alike” – the Court of Appeal Weighs In

 Another in the “Replayed” series. For the introduction to the series, see “Unjust by Design Replayed”, Post #1 below. In the passages quoted from Unjust by Design, footnotes are omitted and context-clarifying notes sometimes [added] THE PROBLEM OF “UNLIKE” TRIBUNAL DECISIONS Post …

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Administrative Justice adjudicators – Ontario’s 10-year cap – an appointments tsunami coming to a tribunal near you

THE CAP TSUNAMI It is time that this site turned its reader’s attention to the looming appointments tsunami for Ontario tribunals.  I refer to the 10-year cap on tribunal service for OIC appointees; a policy introduced several years ago and …

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