A district court was legally wrong when it granted summary judgment against a dentist who charged his license was revoked through misuse and manipulation of state dental board proceedings by other dentists, the Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit, ruled November 20, 2013.
Noting that there is a "plethora of disputed facts" in the case, the court remanded the case to the district court for further proceedings. "The unresolved issues preclude the grant of summary judgment," the court said.
In the case (Haygood v. Dies), dentist Ryan Haygood alleged that another dentist, members of the state board . . .
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