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October 8, 2014

Provincial governments should take steps to improve consumer protection in the rules and powers of self-regulating organizations (SRO), according to a new C.D. Howe Institute report. In “Who Watches the Watchmen? The Role of the Self-Regulator,” author Robert Mysicka finds that, for certain self-governing professions, the public interest is not being adequately protected.



Robert Mysicka

Robert Mysicka is a commercial litigation and business lawyer at the law firm McIntyre Mysicka LLP. He has written extensively on regulation and regulatory issues in Canada.