- Court vacates board’s unexplained denial of reciprocal license for military spouse
- Board appeals malpractice ruling that undermined its 2016 revocation of doctor’s license—and wins
- Revocation and $430,000 in fines and legal costs upheld for “massive” fraud by doctor
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An appellate court in Washington State rejected the argument of a physician that the state's osteopathic medical board had violated his constitutional privilege against self-incrimination and protection against unreasonable search and seizure by ordering him to produce prescription records and by obtaining other prescription records from a state database.
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