Respected Health Law Lawyers Representing Health Care Professionals at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario addresses claims of discrimination and harassment brought under the Human Rights Code.
When human rights violations arise for a health care provider, it is important to have a legal team who understands the broader context and potential issues to avoid early missteps.
At Wise Health Law, we focus on health and administrative law. With more than 30 years of combined health law and litigation experience, we help regulated health professionals and national and provincial regulated health professional associations find solutions to their legal issues.
How We Help
Human rights matters are formal proceedings, involving pleadings, mediations, then, eventually, an oral hearing where evidence is presented and legal arguments are made. Both the applicant and the responding party are responsible for presenting their case and arguing their position.
Due to the formality of the proceedings and the rules of procedure before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, parties to a proceeding should have input from a lawyer who understands the process, the regulatory framework underlying it, and Ontario’s health care environment.
At Wise Health Law, we have more than 30 years of collective experience representing health professionals. We provide our clients with clear, knowledgeable guidance and skilled representation through a process that may ultimately have a significant impact on their practice and their reputation.
Experienced Health Law Lawyers with Significant Experience with Tribunal Proceedings
If you are a regulated health professional or otherwise engaged in human rights complaint, contact the trusted and respected health lawyers at Wise Health Law. We can outline the potential risks you face, present you with options, and assist you with or skillfully represent you at the hearing. We are conveniently located in Oakville, Ontario. Contact us online, or at 416-915-4234 for a consultation.