2 posts from September 2012

Professional Licensure Defense: The State Medical Board of Ohio & Impaired Physicians

Posted by Zukerman on Saturday, September 22, 2012

By Larry W. Zukerman, Esq., and Richard L. Fenbert, Esq. Medical professionals who have been charged with a criminal offense face the collateral consequence that their professional license may be subject to suspension and/or revocation by the licensure board of their particular discipline. Physicians seeking legal counsel after being charged... Continue reading "Professional Licensure Defense: The State Medical Board of Ohio & Impaired Physicians" …

Voting Rights in Flux in the Buckeye and Lone Star States

Posted by Zukerman on Thursday, September 13, 2012

Federal courts in Texas and Ohio have rolled back restrictions on voting rights put in place by state lawmakers, marking another development in the battle between the federal government and the states over who can vote and when. In Texas, Gov. Rick Perry recently signed a bill requiring voters to... Continue reading "Voting Rights in Flux in the Buckeye and Lone Star States" …