Court of Appeal varying both merits and sanctions decisions — Whether a reviewing court can impose blanket limits on statutory discretion given to professional regulators to impose orders for public interest, including sanctions and costs, against member found guilty of unprofessional conduct — If circumstances justify the imposition of blanket limits, is it appropriate or procedurally fair for a reviewing court to base those blanket limits on information not found in the Record, without first hearing from counsel for the parties. — dismissed 03/30/2023 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Respondent.

Read the lower court decision from the ABCA here.