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Decisions, Orders and Reasons in Cases involving Disciplinary Proceedings
Written reasons became a requirement for all disciplinary cases in June 1987. All cases that resulted in expulsion since that date are included in this site. All other cases in which a finding of guilty of professional misconduct was made are included in this site for 10 years (plus any additional period to the June 30 following the tenth anniversary of the date the decision and order became final).
Non-Web access to the limited number of cases which did not result in any finding of guilty may be arranged through the Secretary to the Discipline and Appeal Committees.
For cases in which suspension or expulsion was ordered, a subsequent return to membership in good standing is prominently noted. Such notation denotes, however, only the return to good standing following compliance with the suspension or expulsion order made in that particular disciplinary case, and does not address any subsequent events that may have resulted in suspension, expulsion or temination from Institute membership.
Cases may be accessed, as follows:
Cases are presented as follows: