- Last round in acupuncture case: “Dry needling” not off limits for PT
- U.S. Court of Appeals: Applicant who won test accommodations loses bid for legal costs
- Applicant must provide SSN, despite religious objection
- Report: Restrictions on licensing of people with records burdening millions
- North Dakota Supreme Court restores board’s sanctions for improper use of confidential information
An appellate court in Michigan rejected the due process claims of a physician who argued that, because a certified mailing of a disciplinary complaint against him was returned unclaimed—despite being sent to the correct address—the board could not assume that he had received it.
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