Legal Wit — It's Never Good When Judges Invoke Kafka

Legal Wit — It's Never Good When Judges Invoke Kafka

Legal Wit — It's Never Good When Judges Invoke Kafka To understand these appeals one must first gain an understanding of how the process of credentialing and privileging physicians within [the health authority] actually works, an understanding that likely is beyond the general knowledge of most people in [the province]. Garnering this understanding requires one to enter the world of health care administration, a world by turns so arcane and Byzantine that Franz Kafka might have become lost in it. But Kafka said "paths are made by walking", thus I embark upon an explanation of the factual matrix giving rise to these appeals.

Saskatoon Regional Health Authority v. Johnson |
2014 CarswellSask 597 |
Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench
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