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Medical Adjudicators (NU EMA)

  • 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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