Omar Ha-Redeye

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Contact Information:
omar@fleetstreetlaw.com
416-546-7412

 

Law Practice

Omar Ha-Redeye is a legal educator with a background in civil litigation and health law. His legal practice operates under Omar Ha-Redeye Professional Corporation.

When he is not teaching or practicing law, Omar offers consulting services and is a regular speaker at numerous conferences.  You can visit his personal website here.

Professional Associations

Omar is a Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC), the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL), the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (FACL), the Advocates’ Society and the Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA).

He currently sits on Council for both the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and the Canadian Bar Association (CBA). He is the past Co-Chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division (Toronto), and is a Toronto representative for the OBA Council. Omar has sat on the Board of Directors for the OBA.

Education

Master of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School (Health Law focus)
Juris Doctor, University of Western Ontario
Post-Graduate Certificate, Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Centennial College
Bachelor of Health Administration (Hons., summa cum laude), Ryerson University
Certificate, Long-Term Care Administration, Ryerson University
Associate in Applied Science (Hons.), Nuclear Medicine Technology, Ferris State University

Licenses

Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist (CNMT), Nuclear Medicine Certification Board (NMTCB)
Radiological Technologist – Nuclear (RT(N)), American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT)

Bar Admission

Ontario

Teaching

Adjunct Faculty, Ryerson University
Contract Faculty, Centennial College
Contract Faculty, Seneca College
Contract Faculty, George Brown College

 

Selected Publications

Medical Malpractice Juries: Time for a Re-evaluation of the Complexities, (in press)
Ha-Redeye, O (editor); Canadian Health Law Practice Manual, 2017 update, on Chapter 5, John Morris & Kristin L. Taylor (Hospital Privileges); Chapter 11, Amy Zarzeczny, Tracey M. Bailey & Timothy Caulfield (Genetics and the Law); Chapter 12, Mark Fecenko & David J. Faye (Biotech Primer for Health Care Institutions); and Chapter 13, Patrick J. Hawkins & Jasmine Ghosn (Alternative Therapies), LexisNexis Canada.
Class Action Intrusions: A Development In Privacy Rights or an Indeterminate Liability?
, Western Journal of Legal Studies, 2015, Volume 6, Issue 1
Corporate Social Responsibility as a Driver for Addressing Global Pharmaceutical Inequalities, Global Citizen Digest, 2014, Volume 3, Issue 2.
Employment Law in the Unionized Context, “Introduction to Law in Canada,” Captus Press, 2014
Clements v. Clements: In Search of a Mythical Causation Scenario, Western Journal of Legal Studies, 2012 (Volume 2, Issue 2)
Litigating Family Law Economically, Ontario Bar Association, April 27, 2012
Overview: The Rules of Professional Conduct and their Application the Legal Profession Online (And Off), Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada, March 2012
Introduction to Reputation Management Law, Law Society of Upper Canada, November 17, 2011
Natural Disasters and the Role of GIS in Assessing Need, “GIS in Hospital and Healthcare Emergency Management,” CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group) April 27, 2010
A Trial to End All Terrorism: How the U.S Could Have Won the War on Terrorism Before it Even Began, with the Trial of One Man, Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 109-131, April 2010
Updates to the Hazardous Materials Information Review Act, IDC Technologies, June 2009
Assessing the Needs of Health Professionals and Stakeholders, “Population Health, Communities & Health Promotion,” Oxford University Press, 2008
“Engendering” Change in Disaster Response: Increasing Women in Leadership Roles, “Gender and Disaster in Canada: New Thinking, New Direction,” International Centre for Emergency Management Studies, Cape Breton University, October 31, 2006

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