The Court of Appeals of California for the Third Appellate District, in a September 30 decision, overturned long-standing precedent and held that state courts reviewing administrative discipline decisions must apply the same evidentiary standard as that required in the underlying cases.
After the Medical Board of California disciplined physician Quinn Li, Li appealed. A trial court denied Li's request to stay the board's decision.
However, shortly after that decision, the Supreme Court of California decided a case, Conservatorship of O.B., which held that . . .
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