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Administrative Justice – Thin Skull Law, and Thin Skull Abrogation at the Ontario WSIB, TWO MEMOS ON OFFER FREE OF CHARGE

THE OFFER Copies of the following two memos by this author may be obtained at no charge by an email request addressed to sronaldellis@gmail.com: (1) An 11-page memorandum describing the law governing the thin skull doctrine in its application in Ontario’s …

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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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Administrative justice – op ed article English version, and reaction to WSIAT Chair Mystery

The reaction of one experienced workers’ comp advocate to the WSIAT Chair Mystery exposé :  That can’t be right, $ 140,000 per year? Some senior Appeals Officers at  the WSIB earn close to that amount.  Perhaps it comes with a …

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For merit-based adjudicative tribunal appointments free of partisan/patronage influences, blow up the black box U.K. style

CONTEXT As described in past posts, a typical “merit-based” government appointments process starts with identifying a vacancy to be filled and specifying the qualifications required; then publishing the notice of vacancy with the specified qualifications and inviting applications; then screening …

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