Natasha Danson

Natasha Danson is a partner at Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc. She advises and represents clients in all areas of professional regulation, with a focus on matters related to discipline and unauthorized practice. Natasha also advises regulators on employment and human resources matters and has a particular interest in human rights issues.

Natasha volunteers as amicus counsel at the Divisional Court for Pro Bono Ontario in addition to volunteering for the Pro Bono Ontario Free Legal Advice Hotline. She is a member-at-large for the Regulatory & Administrative Law Practice Group at The Advocates’ Society. She is a former member of the University Health Network’s Research and Ethics Board and a former editorial board member for the publication Health Law in Canada.

Natasha completed a Bachelor of Arts and Science (Honours) at McMaster University and obtained her law degree from the University of Ottawa.

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  • “Setting Precedents: The Top Ten Recent Cases You Need to Know About” CLEAR Online, September 2020
  • “Compassionate Regulation” SML Online Learning Series, July 2020
  • “Human Resources” CNAR’s Coping With COVID-19 Discussion Series, April 2020
  • “Accommodation Issues in Professional Regulation” SML Online Learning Series, March 2020
  • “Administrative Monetary Penalties in the Professional Regulatory Context” CNAR Network Newsletter, December 2019
  • “Regulatory SOS! Fundamentals of Professional Regulation” (Pre-Conference Event) CNAR Quebec City, October 2019 
  • “Regulators: Employment Law and Human Resources” (Pre-Conference Event) CNAR Quebec City, October 2019  
  • “Mastering Regulatory Investigations” (Pre-Conference Event) CNAR Quebec City, October 2019  
  • “Wild and Wacky Regulatory Ideas that Just Possibly, Perhaps, Maybe, Might Be Worth Considering” SML Online Learning Series, July 2019
  • “Searching for Professionals on Google” CNAR Network Newsletter, December 2018
  • “Lessons from the Case of Dr. Hadiza Bawa-Garba” Health Law in Canada, August 2018, Volume 39, Number 1 (with Maya Pearlston)
  • “Communications During Investigations” SML Online Learning Series, July 2018
  • “Communication in Investigations” Infonex RegPro2018 – Professional Regulation & Discipline Conference, April 2018
  • “Incapacity Issues” SML Online Learning Series, January 2018
  • “Achieving Organizational Transparency through Fair Investigations”
    Canadian Institute Conference – Conducting Fair Investigations, January 2018


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