MINING AND LANDS TRIBUNAL (TRIBUNALS ONTARIO)
D. STEPHEN JOVANOVIC
D. Stephen Jovanovic has been a partner with the Windsor law firm Bartlet & Richardes LLP since 1982. His practice focuses on employment law/labour relations, administrative law and complex civil/commercial litigation matters. He regularly appears as counsel before many administrative tribunals, arbitrators and all levels of the courts in Ontario. For the past several years he has been a designated Vice-Chair with both the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board and the Health Services Appeal and Review Board and has been an Associate Chair of the Ontario Civilian Police Commission since 2015. Mr. Jovanovic also serves on the Ontario Bar Association Council and is a Director of the Advocates' Society.
Linda Lamoureux, of Markham, was Chair of the Health Professions and Health Services Appeal and Review Board, the Ontario Hepatitis C Assistance Plan Review Committee and the Transitional Physician Audit Panel. Under her leadership, the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board was the 2008 recipient of the Maytree Diversity in Governance Award, Public Governance Sector. Ms. Lamoureux is a graduate of Queen's University and the University of Windsor Law School and was called to the bar in 1981. An experienced senior executive, she has extensive experience in the areas of legal and regulatory compliance, ethics and governance. After a career in civil litigation, she served in a number of roles including Vice-President of a public corporation and Ethics Officer for a professional association. She is a frequent speaker on regulatory matters and administrative law. Ms. Lamoureux is a member of a number of professional associations and presently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators. She also serves as a member of the Administrative Tribunals Sub-Committee for the Canadian Institute of Administrative Justice and on the Access to Justice Committee for the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals.