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  1. Interac e-Transfer: Send funds to Please ensure to provide the invoice number and password details to
  2. Electronic Fund Transfer: Send requests for banking details to with subject line “Request for EFT details” or contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
  3. Credit Card via telephone (Visa or Mastercard only):
    Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
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We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards

You can provide the firm with funds to be held in trust using one of the following methods:


  1. Interac e-Transfer: Send funds to Please ensure to state your name, file matter number and password details to
  2. Credit Card via telephone (Visa or Mastercard only): Contact Paula Wright at 416-646-7406
Our Expertise

Professional Discipline and Regulation

We work across fields and disciplines, drawing on vast experience navigating issues relevant to professionals and their regulating bodies.

We have represented clients including lawyers, paralegals, brokers, social workers, teachers, and police officers in matters related to complaints, investigations and discipline proceedings initiated by regulatory bodies or under statute. Several of our lawyers also act as prosecutors in disciplinary and fitness-to-practise hearings for a number of professional regulatory agencies, primarily in the health sector.

We have long-standing relationships with many of our regulator clients, some going back decades. Our deep and broad experience, and our understanding of their pressures and the professional regulation sector, have made us trusted advisors to them on some of their more important and sensitive issues.

Representative Work

  • In College of Nurses of Ontario v Wettlaufer, 2017 CanLII 77173 (ON CNO), Megan Shortreed acted as prosecuting counsel in revoking the nursing license of convicted serial killer nurse, Elizabeth Wettlaufer, before the Discipline Committee of the College of Nurses of Ontario.

  • Linda Rothstein and Denise Cooney successfully represented the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario on an application for judicial review of a finding of professional misconduct. The professional was found to have complied with auditing standards in his audit of a fund whose assets were held in Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC. The Divisional Court found the decision was reasonable, and dismissed the application.

    Wall v. Chartered  Professional Accountants of Ontario, 2021 ONSC 6440

  • Rob Centa, Emily Lawrence and Alysha Shore successfully represented the University of Toronto in responding to a motion for an interim injunction. The applicant sought to enjoin the University from reporting the unsuccessful results of her final assessment to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (“CPSO”) pending the outcome of her judicial review. In applying the RJR-MacDonald test, the court found that there was no irreparable harm to the applicant and the balance of convenience favoured the University given its statutory reporting obligations to the CPSO and the broad mandate of protecting the public. The motion for an interim injunction was dismissed.

    Mehar v. The University of Toronto, 2020 ONSC 1293:

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Professional Discipline and Regulation Lawsuits