- Examiners, state boards rethinking traditional use of practical exams, scored exams, and live patients
- Default discipline of licensee who sent rebuttal letter prior to filing of disciplinary charges is valid
- Law does not waive sovereign immunity for constitutional claims unless they involve challenge of a state statute
- U.S. court restores emergency health law authorizing discipline of physicians performing abortions
- Architects, CPAs, engineers, surveyors push back against licensing deregulation campaigns
A physician's good intentions and lack of indifference to a patient's well being did not conflict with the state medical board's conclusion that he was grossly negligent in treating a patient, the Court of Appeals of Utah ruled August 18 (Martinez-Ferrate v. Department of Commerce, Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing).
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