The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta held July 16 that the Complaints Director of the province's medical regulator was not entitled to delay a decision on whether to allow a physician to return to practice while his criminal case was pending, or whether the physician consented to the regulator's use of a summary of the criminal case against him from prosecutors.
In August 2019, physician Ghassan Al-Naami was charged with possession of child pornography. In response, the College filed a disciplinary . . .