GlickLaw Welcomes Jordan StoneDecember 14, 2018
GlickLaw is delighted to welcome Jordan Stone as a new associate.
Jordan is an associate at GlickLaw with a public law practice focused on self-regulating professions and industries. Come find him at: https://www.glicklaw.ca/our-team/
Jordan acts for professional regulators, licensing bodies, and regulated professionals in all aspects of litigation, including discipline and incompetence hearings, Provincial Offence Act proceedings, appeals and applications to the Superior Court of Justice. He also advises and advocates for clients on issues relating to complaints, registration, fitness, privacy and human rights.
Prior to joining GlickLaw, Jordan practised at a Bay Street firm as a member of its professional self-regulatory bodies group where he acted for numerous regulators and gained significant experience in the nuances of professional and industry regulation.
Jordan frequently writes about issues facing regulators and regulated professionals and has presented at events and conferences, including the Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation (CNAR) annual conference.
Jordan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and his Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, receiving numerous academic awards throughout the course of his studies.
Glicklaw focuses on professional and industry regulation and related litigation. We advise regulators and licensing bodies with respect to inspections and investigations and prosecute discipline, incompetence and fitness to practice matters. We additionally prosecute matters in Provincial Court, seek injunctive relief and compliance orders in Superior Court and represent our clients on matters involving registration, privacy and civil litigation. We represent regulated professionals and licensees on matters of regulatory compliance, investigations and discipline proceedings including sexual allegations, fraud, privacy breaches, billing and payment issues, record keeping, standards violations, registration matters as well as practice audits and quality assurance concerns.
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