- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Massage therapy board fell short in handling of complaints, public information, and license issuance
- Discipline upheld for attorney who tried to mislead investigators by mixing up two clients with the same name
- Deviation from sample collection rules not prejudicial to licensee defendant
- Court okays testimony from former board member but remands discipline case over expansion of charges during hearing
- Court denies special relief to applicant who blamed insufficient counsel in earlier criminal conviction involving dishonesty
Licensure requirement exceptions for professionals who move to a new state because their spouse is a military service member still vary widely from state to state, according to an article by Amy Bushatz on Military.com. The exceptions—intended to ease the path of spouses to continue their practice while frequently moving to new states as their spouse is transferred—exist in 49 of 50 states, but licensees may struggle to understand the many variances between jurisdictions.
Full article, Push to Ease Licensing for Military Spouses Remains Patchwork by State, by Amy Bushatz for Military.com.