- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- 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
In a key ruling on competition in professional services, the U.S. Supreme Court found February 25 that a state dental board that ordered non-dentists to stop whitening teeth does not have state-action immunity from Federal Trade Commission antitrust enforcement. (North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC). The FTC had charged the board with an anticompetitive and unfair method of competition.
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