- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Lenient discipline overturned because tribunal did not include required layperson
- Interim suspension order overturned for reliance on dated allegations
- Court affirms decision that attorney inappropriately engaged in legal practice by managing his law firm during suspension
- Decision to forgo further discipline returned to regulator for lack of explanation
- Licensee may challenge age disenrollment in court
A disciplined doctor who filed a negligence suit against the Texas Medical Board saw his case dismissed in January, when a state appellate court ruled that the testimony and report of an expert witness retained by the board do not constitute "tangible personal property" such that any harm caused by those things would not waive the board's normal immunity from lawsuits for monetary damages.
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