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How We Help

Weinman Arnold LLP supports the legal needs of regulated health care professionals in Ontario.

Timely legal advise even for matters that appear simple is essential to protect against the possible escalation of such matters. Let us provide you with exceptional legal advise before you respond to regulatory matters.

We provide focused, results oriented legal services in the following areas.

College Complaints, Disciplinary Proceedings and Investigations

  • Responding to complaints from employees, employers, patients, and hospital administrators
  • Section 75 and other investigations
  • Prehearing settlements
  • Disciplinary proceedings and follow up
  • Fitness to practice proceedings
  • Disability

Quality assurance proceedings (QA) including peer reviews

  • Assistance with compliance and monitoring

Registration committee proceedings

  • Matters affecting applications for registration and licensure

Appeals and Reviews

  • Judicial review applications and Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (HPARB)
  • Representation before health tribunals
  • Civil litigation and appeals

Employee and Employment Matters

  • Employment contracts and employee terminations
  • Contracts and associates agreements
  • Human rights complaints
  • Employment disputes including employee terminations
  • Workplace harassment and discrimination matters

Privacy and Patient Information

  • Record Keeping and ownership and transfer of records
  • Privacy complaints, Privacy Commission Applications
  • Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) and Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PEPIDA) obligations and breaches

Other Disputes

  • Matters affecting applications for registration and licensure
  • Partnership disputes
  • OHIP disputes and other audits

Further Services We Provide

Weinman Arnold LLP recognizes that many health care providers in Ontario work in complex business environments affecting the interests of many parties. We support the business needs of regulated health care professionals in Ontario in the following ways.

  • Professional incorporations
  • Partnership and sole proprietorships
  • Business startup including planning
  • Partnership disputes

OHIP Billing audits

  • OHIP disputes and resolutions
  • Patient OHIP challenges and Health Services Appeal and Review Board

Advice and Compliance Direction

  • Regulatory College compliance and best practices
  • Human rights complaints, privacy complaints, workplace harassment and discrimination matters

Dental Negligence

  • Assessment of the case
  • Implant complications, total reconstructions failures
  • Supervised neglect
  • Overtreatment
  • Failed treatments
  • Failure to diagnose
  • Litigation in the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Appeal
OUR CLIENT CENTERED APPROACH INCORPORATES YOUR INPUT AT EVERY STEP TO HELP SOLVE YOUR LEGAL AND BUSINESS NEEDS.
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