Katrina Haymond

Katrina Haymond: Attorney with Field Law
  • Partner at Field Law (125 Attorneys)
  • 2500 - 10175 101 Street NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 0H3
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  • Katrina Haymond is a partner of Field Law. She is also an Executive Committee Member.
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Biography

Katrina Haymond’s primary area of practice is administrative law, with an emphasis on professional regulation, policing, privacy and labour.

Katrina serves as outside general counsel to professional regulatory organizations in Alberta providing advice on issues such as registration, continuing competence, unauthorized practice, and legislative drafting. Katrina regularly acts in a prosecutorial role on behalf of regulatory organizations and acts as independent counsel to several tribunals. Katrina frequently represents clients in proceedings before the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal. She also acts as counsel in various police-related matters, including third-party records applications and disciplinary matters.

Katrina is dedicated to empowering her clients to understand and easily apply relevant legal principles when carrying out their statutory duties. She is a regular organizer and presenter at numerous seminars and workshops for professional regulatory organizations on topics such as the discipline process, registration issues and privacy. Katrina also collaborated with the Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions (AFRHP) to create valuable resources for the AFRHP’s members, including a comprehensive training DVD for Hearing Tribunal members and several resource manuals for staff involved in the discipline process.

In addition, Katrina advises professional regulatory organizations, public bodies, and businesses with respect to privacy issues, assisting clients to navigate their obligations under various privacy statutes. Katrina has also acted as counsel in numerous Inquiries conducted by Alberta’s Information and Privacy Commissioner.

Katrina served as the leader of Field Law’s Professional Regulatory Group from 2008-2014, and as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee from 2014-2017.

Value to Clients

“My clients are sophisticated professionals who are adept at dealing with legal issues. But when they identify a situation that presents legal risk, they rely on me to provide timely answers to complex questions. I work with my clients to provide strategic, practical advice when the solution is not immediately apparent.”

Outside the Office

Katrina enjoys traveling to sunny destinations around the world with her family. Ranked among the top four percent of TripAdvisor reviewers, she’s always on the lookout for a new location to explore.

Community

Edmonton Down Syndrome Society
Member/Volunteer
2005 - Present
Alberta Association of Occupational Therapists
Member, Discipline Committee
2002 - 2005
Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton
Director
1998 - 2000
Womens' Law Running Club
Coordinator
1996 - 1997
University of Alberta Law Students' Association
Vice-President
1991 - 1992

Experience

M.K. Engineering Inc. v. Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta, 2017 ABCA 17

Alberta College of Physical Therapists v Fitzpatrick, 2015 ABCA 95, Alberta Court of Appeal

Edmonton (Police Service) v. Alberta (Law Enforcement Review Board), 2014 ABCA 267, Alberta Court of Appeal

Edmonton School District No. 7 v. Alberta Teachers' Association, 2013 ABCA 155, Alberta Court of Appeal

Edmonton (Police Service) v. Alberta (Law Enforcement Review Board), 2012 ABCA 370, Alberta Court of Appeal

Fitzpatrick v. Alberta College of Physical Therapists, 2012 ABCA 207, Alberta Court of Appeal

R. v. Black, 2011 ABCA 349, Alberta Court of Appeal

College of Physical Therapists of Alberta v. J.H., 2010 ABCA 303, Alberta Court of Appeal

Mitten v. College of Alberta Psychologists, 2010 ABCA 159, Alberta Court of Appeal

Real Estate Council of Alberta v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner),, 2010 ABQB 598, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench

Business Watch International v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2009 ABQB 10, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench

Key Presentations + Publications

Katrina regularly presents at workshops, seminars and meetings on issues related to professional regulation and privacy. Set out below is a selection of Katrina’s presentations:

“Trends in Professional Regulation” co-presented with Rebecca Durcan, Lisa Fong and Angela Westmacott, Q.C. at CLEBC Self-Governing Professions Workshop (June, 2017)

“What Does it Mean to be a Self-Regulating Profession”, presented at APEGA’s AGM (May, 2017)

“Privacy Training - Complying with Obligations Under PIPA”, presented to a regulatory College governed under the HPA (May, 2017)

“Assessing Credibility and Effective Decision Writing” (2016) Co-presented with Jim Casey, Greg Sim and Richard Steinecke

“Legal Issues in Professional Discipline Investigations: Tips and Traps”, Presentation delivered to the Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation Annual Conference (November, 2015)

“Social Media and Policing: Employment and Operational Issues” (Paper delivered at the Law of Policing Conference, Vancouver, B.C.) (November, 2013)

Katrina has also created a number of resources for members of the professional regulatory community and has authored numerous articles regarding topics of interest to regulators. Some examples of resource materials and articles that Katrina has created are set out below:

“Appeals of Hearing Tribunal Decisions: A Guide for Council”, published by Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions, 2017: co-authors James T. Casey, Q.C. and Katrina Haymond

“Appeals of Registration Decisions: A Guide for Council “, published by Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions, 2017: co-authors James T. Casey, Q.C. and Katrina Haymond

“Joint Submissions on Sanction: the Supreme Court of Canada Clarifies the Amount of Deference that Should be Given”, Perspectives for the Professions (Winter, 2017)

“Complaints Director’s Manual”, 2015, Prepared for Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions

“Handbook for Hearings Directors”, 2013, Prepared for Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions

“Case Comment: Penner v. Niagara (Regional Police Services Board): Did the SCC Flip Flop on Finality?” Perspectives for the Professions (Fall, 2013)

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Professional Regulatory
  • Labour + Employment
  • Law Enforcement
  • Privacy

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 423 9584  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
www.fieldlaw.com
University Attended:
University of Alberta, Bachelor of Arts, 1993
Law School Attended:
University of Alberta, Bachelor of Laws, 1997
Year of First admission:
1998
Admission:
1998, Alberta
Memberships:

Professional

University of Alberta, Faculty of Law
Volunteer Judge, Alberta Court of Appeal Civil Moot Team
2017
Canadian Bar Association
Mentor
2005 - 2009 and 2016 - Present
Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR)
Curriculum Review Coordinator
2013
Canadian Association for Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE)
Member, Planning Committee
2009
Canadian Bar Association, Alberta Administrative Law Section (North)
Co-Chair
2006 - 2007
Canadian Bar Association, Alberta Administrative Law Section (North)
Case Review Coordinator
2004 - 2005

Reported Cases:
Reported Cases: MK Engineering Inc. v. Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta Appeal Board 2017 ABCA 17 Alberta Court of Appeal 2017; R v. Addow 2016 ABQB 312 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; R v. Addow 2016 ABQB 223 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; R v. Lam 2016 ABQB 206 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016; Alberta College of Physical Therapists v Fitzpatrick 2015 ABCA 95 Alberta Court of Appeal 2015; Edmonton (Police Service) v. Alberta (Law Enforcement Review Board) 2014 ABCA 267 Alberta Court of Appeal 2014; MK Engineering Inc. v The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta Appeal Board 2014 ABCA 58 Alberta Court of Appeal 2014; Edmonton School District No. 7 v. Alberta Teachers' Association 2013 ABCA 155 Alberta Court of Appeal 2013; Edmonton School District No. 7 v. Alberta Teachers' Association 2012 ABQB 386 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012; Edmonton (Police Service) v. Alberta (Law Enforcement Review Board) 2012 ABCA 370 Alberta Court of Appeal 2012; Fitzpatrick v. Alberta College of Physical Therapists 2012 ABCA 207 Alberta Court of Appeal 2012; R. v. Black 2011 ABCA 349 Alberta Court of Appeal 2011; R. v. Perreault 2010 ABQB 714 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2010; Real Estate Council of Alberta v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2010 ABQB 598 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2010; Broers v. Real Estate Council of Alberta 2010 ABQB 497 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2010; R. v. Steele 2010 ABQB 39 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2010; College of Physical Therapists of Alberta v. J.H. 2010 ABCA 303 Alberta Court of Appeal 2010; Mitten v. College of Alberta Psychologists 2010 ABCA 159 Alberta Court of Appeal 2010; Business Watch International v. Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner) 2009 ABQB 10 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2009; Cuff v. Edmonton Public School District No. 7 2009 ABCA 6 Alberta Court of Appeal 2009; R. v. Scurr 441 A.R. 203 (Q.B.) Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2008; Mitten v. College of Alberta Psychologists 2008 ABQB 748 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2008; Alberta (Ombudsman) v. Alberta (Human Rights and Citizenship Commission) 2008 ABQB 168 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2008; R. v. McCarthy 439 A.R. 365 (Q.B.) Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2007; Foothills School Division No. 38 v. Alberta Teachers' Assn. [2005] A.G.A.A. No. 68 Alberta Grievance Arbitration 2005; Samson Cree Nation v. Canada (Attorney General) [2004] F.C.J. No. 1597 Federal Court of Canada 2004; R. v. Keirsted [2004] A.J. No. 754 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2004; R. v. Nightingale [2003] A.J. No. 1702 Alberta Provincial Court 2003; R. v. R.L.F. [2003] A.J. No. 1449 Alberta Provincial Court 2003; R. v. Hunter [2000] 9 W.W.R. 454 (Alta. Q.B.) Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2000; Wurfel v. Alberta Hospital (Edmonton) [1999] A.J. No. 868 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 1999; Rogerson v. Alberta Hospital (Edmonton) [1999] A.J. No. 598 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 1999; K.C. v. College of Physical Therapists [1999] 12 W.W.R. 339 Alberta Court of Appeal 1999; R. v. Coopsammy 97 Alta. L.R. (4th) 57 (Q.B.) Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 1997; Libo-on v. Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre 32 Alta. L.R. (4th) 128 (Q.B.) Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
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