What is the penalty for a finding of failing to co-operate with an investigation?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Law Society of Ontario v. Al-taee, 2021 ONLSTH 131 (CanLII):

The usual penalty on a second finding of failing to co-operate is indefinite suspension followed by a fixed two-month suspension. This common approach reflects progressive discipline: Law Society of Ontario v. Culliton, 2020 ONLSTH 103 at para. 53.

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