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Medical Adjudicators (NU EMA)

  • SH NU EMA - Litigation Update #82
  • 16-FEB-2015 02:51 PM
  • Several months ago, the Institute, with a view to try to resolve the remaining outstanding issues with the Walden settlement,
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #77
  • 19-NOV-2014 08:33 AM
  • The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) has expressed concerns in response to the Government’s explanation as to how gross-up calculations were done.
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #76
  • 13-NOV-2014 08:51 AM
  • Further to the issues outlined in Litigation Update #75, counsel for the Government has issued a letter dated November 7, 2014
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #75
  • 30-OCT-2014 02:23 PM
  • In Litigation Update #73, we notified you that gross-up calculations had been re-done and provided you with a letter from counsel for the Employer. A number of Medical Adjudicators were also provided with estimated gross-up payment scenarios such as the one available here for residents of Ontario.
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #74
  • 06-AUG-2014 09:42 AM
  • If you received monies under the Walden MOA and started receiving Sun Life Disability Insurance Benefits at any time during the Eligibility Period (December 1, 1999 to September 30, 2011), the Institute is interested in hearing from you.
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #73
  • 22-JUL-2014 08:59 AM
  • Justice counsel for the Employer has notified the Institute that the Gross-up calculations have been re-done using the actual increases received by the medical adjudicators.
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #71
  • 27-JUN-2014 08:07 AM
  • The Institute has learned that the Tribunal’s jurisdiction as set out in the Consent Order will be extended to December 31, 2014.
  • SH NU EMA - Litigation update #66.1
  • 26-MAY-2014 09:50 AM
  • Pursuant to the Tribunal’s Implementation Conference Call (“ICC”) on April 28, 2014, Justice counsel sent the attached letter dated April 30, 2014 addressing a number of issues that arose on the ICC.
  • Litigation Update #38: HRSDC Treatment of Payments
  • 14-JAN-2013 09:23 AM
  • HRSDC has informed the Institute that it will not be issuing T-4s, and will not be withholding taxes from payments made to Complainants and non-Complainant victims, for payments pursuant to Articles 2.2 (“Supplementary Amount”, 5.1 ($20,000 lump sum), 5.2 ($40,000 lump sum), and 6.1 (“Pain and Suffering”).
  • Litigation Update #37: Status of Payments
  • 14-JAN-2013 09:18 AM
  • As of late December 2012, HRSDC was in the process of mailing payments to the Complainants who have confirmed their dates of work for settlement monies under Articles 5.1 ($20,000 lump sum), 5.2 ($40,000 lump sum), and 6.1 (“Pain and Suffering”).
  • NU EMA - Memorandum
  • 23-AUG-2012 09:59 AM
  • This memorandum is intended for current and former CPP medical adjudicators. In particular, this message is intended for those who receive Sun Life Disability Insurance (DI) benefits.
  • SH Group - Election of NU-EMA Representative
  • 21-NOV-2011 11:56 AM
  • For many years, the registered nurses working as medical adjudicators in the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) disability program have been seeking recognition of the professional nature of their work.
  • PIPSC Welcomes New SH Group Members
  • 24-JUN-2011 10:09 AM
  • Our new colleagues are medical adjudicators and they join us following a 2010 Federal Court decision confirming a 2007 Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling that required the federal government to address longstanding complaints on their part.
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