3 posts categorized "Legal and Medical Ethics Violations"

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" …

Landmark Sixth Circuit Decision Upholds Lawyer’s Free Speech

Posted by Zukerman on Friday, August 3, 2012

It’s a cruel irony that lawyers, perhaps the most verbose citizens in the U.S., have more restrictions placed on their speech than any other citizen. State disciplinary rules and codes of professional responsibility govern what lawyers can and cannot say, how they may say it, and how they can advertise... Continue reading "Landmark Sixth Circuit Decision Upholds Lawyer’s Free Speech" …

How Convictions Affect State Licensure: Ohio Rehabilitation Criteria

Posted by Zukerman on Monday, March 19, 2012

IF THE APPLICANT HAS BEEN CONVICTED OF AN OFFENSE THAT IS ELIGIBLE FOR REHABILITATION, HE OR SHE MUST MEET THE REHABILITATION CRITERIA SET FORTH BELOW BEFORE THE STATE BOARD CAN ISSUE AN INITIAL LICENSE AND/OR A DISTRICT MAY EMPLOY THE APPLICANT: (A) At the time of the offense, the victim... Continue reading "How Convictions Affect State Licensure: Ohio Rehabilitation Criteria" …