Licence Appeal Tribunal
Effective advocacy before the Licence Appeal Tribunal requires experience and a thorough understanding of the regulatory framework at issue and the culture of the Licence Appeal Tribunal. It also requires working effectively with Tribunal adjudicators, mediators, and investigators who are highly specialized. Clients have a right to fairness which involves some degree of input in decision-making and the right to an impartial and independent decision maker. The lawyers at James Lawyers regularly act for businesses, organizations and individuals who seek to appeal decisions to the Licence Appeal Tribunal, and other agencies, boards, commissions, self-governing professions, municipalities, health and educational institutions. Our experience enables us to guide our clients and advance their case through the complex web of laws, regulations, guidelines, policies and procedures at play before the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
Specifically, our lawyers assist our clients with bringing and responding to appeals relating to medical suspensions and downgrades of drivers’ licences, administrative driver’s licence suspensions, Notices of Proposal (NOP) and, Orders of Monetary Penalty (OMP) issued by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), motor vehicle impoundments, and appeals of Orders made by a Director under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
Our experience in matters before the Licence Appeal Tribunal stems from working on a daily basis in the administrative justice sector at the Provincial and Federal level. Bar none, James Lawyers offers its clients exceptional administrative law advice and representation before the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
We invite you to contact one of our experienced administrative and regulatory lawyers today.