- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Board action unauthorized as a matter of law concerning allegations of moral turpitude
- Separation of Powers Doctrine and Sovereign Immunity clarified
- Errors result in reversal of decision to prohibit further reinstatement applications by licensee
- Court of Appeal of Manitoba declined to challenge application judge’s decision
- Court held that the reasoning process for witness evidence admissibility was reasonable
On July 3, an appeals court in Tennessee upheld a decision by the state's medical board to deny the licensure application of a doctor who had maintained licensure in other states but had not actively seen patients during a recently-ended 15-year period. The court held that the board was not required to make an extensive factual finding for purposes of appellate review where the facts of the case were not in dispute.
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