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Regulator can determine dispute process, no procedural unfairness found, court rules

Tuesday, September 04, 2018 @ 9:31 AM | By Amanda Jerome

The Ontario Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of a discipline committee in a complaint against a pharmacist as it determined there was no prejudice in the dispute process.

Counsel involved in the case said this ruling will have implications for regulators across Canada.

In Abdul v. Ontario College of Pharmacists 2018 ONCA 699, the court heard, that in 2012 the appellant, the Ontario College of Pharmacists, was informed that the respondent, Salam Abdul’s pharmacy, was taking back unused medications and redispensing them to other...