Katsoulakos v. Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, 2014 ONSC 5440 (CanLII)

This was an appeal of a disciplinary panel’s findings of incompetence and professional misconduct in a discipline hearing where no defence evidence was tendered. Justice D. Brown, writing for the Divisional Court, confirmed that disciplinary allegations must provide sufficient notice of the particular misconduct alleged and that a discipline committee will be unable to find a breach if an allegation is not adequately set out. The discipline decision was set aside and remitted to the regulatory body.