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OPCAOrganisme Paritaire Collecteur Agréé
OPCAOrganismes Paritaires Collecteurs Agrées (French: Observatory on Authorised Joint Collection Bodies)
OPCAOntario Private Campground Association (Canada)
OPCAOregon Pest Control Association
OPCAOffice of Public and Congressional Affairs (US FBI)
OPCAOhio Pest Control Association
OPCAOregon Primary Care Association
OPCAOntario Palliative Care Association
OPCAOffice of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (UK)
OPCAOregon Police Canine Association
OPCAOtter Point Creek Alliance (Maryland)
OPCAOklahoma Primary Care Association
OPCAOracle Portal Configuration Assistant
OPCAOntario Petroleum Contractors Association (Canada)
OPCAOrnamental Plant Collections Association (Australia)
OPCAOhio Primary Care Association
OPCAOntario Painting Contractors Association (Canada)
OPCAOverlay Policy Control Architecture
OPCAOrange Park Christian Academy (Orange Park, FL)
OPCAOffice of Program Consultation and Accreditation (American Psychological Association)
OPCAOklahoma Pest Control Association (also seen as OK-PCA; trade group)
OPCAOccupational Program Consultants Association
OPCAOffice Protestant des Communications Audiovisuelles (Switzerland)
OPCAOrganized Pseudo-Lawful Commercial Agency
OPCAOperative Candidate
OPCAOhio Precast Concrete Association
OPCAOlivopontine Cerebellar Atrophy
OPCAOntario Police Chaplains Association (Canada)
OPCAOcean Park Community Association
OPCAOverseas Press Club of America
OPCAOffice of Public and Contract Archaeology
OPCAOklahoma Paint and Coatings Association
OPCAOil Pollution Control Act
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The preceding types of OPCA-related lawyer activities are compliant with professional lawyer obligations and provide a general social benefit, but the same cannot be said for a small but disturbing collection of Canadian lawyers who fully embraced OPCA not-law in a revolt against legal, professional, and court orthodoxy.
reported on a proceeding where OPCA concepts or indicia were identified.
This set of decisions is the "OPCA Decision Dataset".
Review of the OPCA Decision Dataset determined who appeared or made submissions on behalf of 99.4% (906/911) of the OPCA litigants.
The Dataset was organized into three categories, where the OPCA litigant was:
Self-represented and family-represented litigants were grouped because OPCA affiliates sometimes use their immediate relatives--usually spouses--as litigation proxies.
If an OPCA litigant's representative appeared to be a lawyer, then that name was first compared with provincial law society indexes of lawyers in that jurisdiction.
Decisions where a lawyer represented an OPCA litigant were then reviewed in detail to evaluate the submissions advanced and other litigation conduct.
Decisions where the OPCA litigant was either represented by a lawyer or a non-relative representative were examined for arguments or other fingerprint indicia that identified the OPCA litigant either as part of a known OPCA movement, or the source of the OPCA concepts employed.
Figure 1 illustrates the frequency on a year-by-year basis of self-representation, representation by a lawyer, or representation by a non-lawyer for decisions in the OPCA Decision Dataset.
Figure 2 shows PreDetaxer and Detaxer OPCA litigants were more likely to use both lawyer and guru representatives.
Most (94 of 106, 89.5% of the total) were involved with only one OPCA litigant client.