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Licenses and the Law Series, Part VI
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
Preparing for the Hearing 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…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part V
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
Potential Board Sanctions Against Licensees 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…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part IV
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
Responding to a Complaint Against Your License Most licensing boards in the State of Arkansas give their licensees a chance to respond, normally in writing, to the complaint against them. Those that do, generally give a 30-day response deadline. Many boards will give licensees additional time if…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part III
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
Who Can File a Complaint As we explained in our previous two articles, most licensing boards will “serve” the licensee with a copy of the complaint that it receives and request the licensee’s response. A complaint against a professional license can generally come from anyone, including a…
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Licenses and the Law Series, Part II
Category: Administrative Law, Health Care, Litigation
Receiving a Complaint As we explained in our first article, most licensing boards follow a similar process when it comes to investigating complaints against one of their licensees. First, the licensing board receives a complaint. Then, the licensing board may review the complaint and evaluate its…
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