Josh Koziebrocki Certified as a Specialist in Health LawApril 6, 2021
Koziebrocki Law is pleased to announce that its principal and founder, Josh Koziebrocki, has been certified as a Specialist in Health Law by the Law Society of Ontario. The Certified Specialist Program recognizes lawyer licensees who have met established standards of experience and knowledge requirements in one or more designated areas of law and have maintained exemplary standards of professional practice.
Josh Koziebrocki is the principal lawyer and founder of Koziebrocki Law. Josh is an experienced litigation lawyer and advocate who has appeared extensively before courts, tribunals, and regulatory bodies. His practice focuses on defending professionals in regulatory and disciplinary proceedings. He works with professionals in difficult and challenging situations involving their license to practice. Josh has represented countless professionals before licensing bodies from the complaint process and investigations through to discipline hearings. He has appeared as counsel at numerous regulatory hearings and at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Josh routinely represents corporations who employ and work with regulated professionals. He has also acted as independent legal counsel to discipline committees and as amicus curiae in discipline proceedings at regulated Colleges. Josh has a unique appreciation of how professionals are regulated in Canada and frequently lectures on legal topics relevant to professionals. Josh is a tireless advocate for the rights of professionals, understanding that every complaint, investigation or discipline matter has a direct and potentially lasting impact on his clients.
Koziebrocki Law balances extensive knowledge with strategic advocacy while representing our professional clients. We defend professionals in all legal arenas, including regulated colleges, tribunals and courts. We represent regulated professionals with complaints, investigations, and discipline proceedings. We assist professionals when faced with regulatory and legal issues, including professional negligence, billing and payment (including OHIP and ODB), fraud allegations, sexual allegations, hospital privileges, peer assessments, practice inspections, capacity, privacy-related matters, inquests, public inquiries, quality assurance issues, registration matters and academic disputes. We also assist professionals with business aspects of their practice, including financial disputes, employment issues, partnership agreements, and regulatory compliance.
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