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ACCC's Request for Reconsideration of Board's Ruling re Opt-Outs Denied

ACCC's request for "reconsideration" of the Board's ruling that opt-out institutions must still answer interrogatories has been denied. A request for "reconsideration" is not the same an application for judicial review ("appeal", in layperson's terms). It remains to be seen … Continue reading

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The Copyright Board's August 18, 2011 Rulings on AC's Interrogatories, etc. – Summertime is Over

The ruling below dated August 18, 2011 from the Copyright Board is bound to cause concern amongst senior administrators, advisers and even presidents of Canadian post-secondary institutions. This will especially be so for those universities and colleges that have opted … Continue reading

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The Texas Medical Board's New Fast-Track Process for Resolving Minor Cases

The Texas Medical Board receives about 6,000 complaints each year, and in an effort to resolve select "minor" violations of the Medical Practice Act (Act) more quickly, an administrative penalty order has been developed and put into use called the … Continue reading

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Court finds Pension Board's failure discontinue the payment of disability retirement benefits obviates the "suspension" of the retiree's benefits

Court finds Pension Board's failure discontinue the payment of disability retirement benefits obviates the "suspension" of the retiree's benefits Matter of Seiferheld v Kelly, 2011 NY Slip Op 03309, Court of Appeals New York City police officer James J. Seiferheld … Continue reading

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The Texas Medical Board's Corrective Order Explained

In 2010, the Texas Medical Board (Board) implemented a new disciplinary mechanism- the Corrective Order. Briefly, a Corrective Order is a disciplinary Order that is offered to physician licensees before any other informal proceedings take place, with the apparent goal … Continue reading

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