Case Documents

Notices, orders, and reasons from Tribunal proceedings

The Tribunal posts a variety of kinds of documents to its website. Scroll down to browse through them.

Notices

Notices initiate a proceeding before the Tribunal, and in most cases lay out the applicant or appellant’s allegations. There are a variety of kinds of notices, including notices of application, notices of motion, notice of referral for a hearing or notices of appeal. Once the matter is closed, the Tribunal removes all related notices from its website.

Orders

The Tribunal publishes orders that end a proceeding, affect the status of a licensee, or determine some other significant matter. Orders can be made at any stage of the proceeding; however, an order is always issued at the end of the proceeding.

Reasons

The panel that decides each matter can either write or orally issue orally its reasons for decision. The reasons are usually not released until several months after the end of the hearing.

Name Licensee
Type
Proceeding
Type
Licensee
Location
Date Filed
(DD/MM/YYYY)
Document Type
Oby Regina Ejidike Oby Regina Ejidike Lawyer Appeal by the Licensee or Licence Applicant Oakville 22/11/2019 Order
Mir Faheem Kamal Mir Faheem Kamal Paralegal Appeal by the Licensee or Licence Applicant Toronto 22/11/2019 Order
Jacques Yves Wilfrid Joseph Desjardins Jacques Yves Wilfrid Joseph Desjardins Lawyer Conduct Nepean 22/11/2019 Order
Xue Hang Xue Hang Paralegal Conduct Richmond Hill 22/11/2019 Reasons
Mir Faheem Kamal Mir Faheem Kamal Paralegal Appeal by the Licensee or Licence Applicant Toronto 22/11/2019 Reasons
Oby Regina Ejidike Oby Regina Ejidike Lawyer Appeal by the Licensee or Licence Applicant Oakville 22/11/2019 Reasons
Xue Hang Xue Hang Paralegal Conduct Richmond Hill 22/11/2019 Order
Barry Stephen Bien Barry Stephen Bien Lawyer Conduct Amherstview 21/11/2019 Reasons
Melanie Gloria Christine Zopf Melanie Gloria Christine Zopf Paralegal Conduct Toronto 21/11/2019 Order
Melanie Gloria Christine Zopf Melanie Gloria Christine Zopf Paralegal Conduct Toronto 21/11/2019 Reasons