- Association of licensing boards is shielded from litigation over publication of disciplinary action
- Added factual findings not required to deny license to doctor out of practice for 15 years
- Court may not force board to enforce subpoenas in action between private parties
- Board authorized to discipline licensee for self-created credential in ad
- Board is disallowed injunction and costs in case against unlicensed private security provider
The Supreme Court of Vermont rejected a challenge by a formerly licensed physician to a board decision denying the reinstatement of her license in July, holding that statutory language limiting the ability of the board to deny entry into the practice of medicine applies only to new applicants, not licensees who have been disciplined (In re Taylor).
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