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Whelton Hiutin regularly represents clients before administrative tribunals and challenges administrative decisions

Administrative law involves decision-making by tribunals instead of courts of justice. These include labour boards, the Licence Appeal Tribunal (which has jurisdiction over many Ontario licensing matters and Tarion new home warranty disputes), disciplinary proceedings at educational institutions and before professional regulatory bodies, employment standards disputes and human rights proceedings.

Administrative law  also involves cases where a party who receives a negative decision from an administrative tribunal challenges that decision in court, or where an impacted party wants to challenge decisions of certain private or government bodies, for example the issuance of a permit by a particular ministry.

Whelton Hiutin’s lawyers have extensive experience both representing parties before tribunals and in challenging tribunal or other government decisions before the courts. We regularly provide administrative law services to individuals, businesses, professional regulators and government bodies.