- 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
An Indiana appellate court, in a December 31 decision, upheld the reversal of a decision by the state's insurance commissioner not to renew the license of an insurance producer who had stolen thousands of dollars from a homeowners association, ruling that the single instance of theft did not amount to "fraudulent, coercive, or dishonest practices," as the relevant statutory language reads, which requires more than one dishonest act to be applicable.
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