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Licenses and the Law Series, Part IX: The Appeal
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
In our last article, we explained the second part of the hearing: your defense. Now, we discuss the appeals process. Unfortunately, licensing boards do not always rule in your favor. However, you can have a chance to have your case heard before an Arkansas circuit court, and it is important to know…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part VIII: The Hearing - Part II
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
In our last article, we explained the first part of the hearing: the case against you. Now, we discuss the second part of the hearing: your defense. After the Attorney General presents his case, you have the opportunity to present yours, which should outline your defense to the allegations pending…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part VII: The Hearing - Part I
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
In this article, we begin to discuss the substance of the administrative hearing before the board. In Arkansas, administrative board hearings are open to the public. Prior to your hearing, you may want to listen in to another proceeding to make sure you understand the process and are comfortable…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part VI: Preparing for the Hearing
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
In this article, we discuss how to prepare for your administrative board hearing. By this point, you have responded to the Complaint, the board has conducted an initial investigation, and you have maintained your innocence of the allegations in the Complaint by refusing to sign a consent order. The…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part V: Potential Board Sanctions Against Licensees
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
In this article, we explain the different actions that boards can take against licensees. The board may take the following actions once its investigation concludes: (1) Dismissal — The board may decide that the complaint allegations are unsubstantiated or do not amount to a violation of the board’s…
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