Ca: Hospital clerk fined $36,000 for selling patient records

Jacques Gallant has a follow-up to a case that I’ve been covering on this site since it was first disclosed:

A former Rouge Valley hospital records clerk was fined $36,000 and given two years of probation on Monday for selling thousands of maternity patient records to RESP firms.

Shaida Bandali, 62, pleaded guilty earlier this year to selling securities without a licence.

Read more on Toronto Star.

It’s surprising to me to see someone charged with selling securities without a license for this type of thing, and I wonder if that’s a charge that might also be used in the U.S. Any U.S. lawyers have an opinion on that?

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