95. The discipline committee’s operating rules including those applicable to the filing and hearing of complaints and those applicable to its decision-making process, such as the imposition of provisional measures are set out in the Organization’s regulations.
A person who, by act or omission, infringes an in-camera, no-access, non-publication or non-release order made by the discipline committee is guilty of contempt of court.
Any proceedings before the discipline committee are public. Anyone may attend committee hearings wherever they are held, and have access to the committee’s records.
The discipline committee may make an exception to the principle of open proceedings if, in its opinion, public order requires that the hearing be held in camera, that access to a document or the disclosure or release of information or documents specified by the committee be prohibited or restricted, or that the anonymity of the persons involved be protected.
2008, c. 9, s. 95; 2009, c. 58, s. 148; 2018, c. 23, s. 4671.