- Court reinstates lawyer’s discipline for performing conflicting role in same transaction
- Reliance on hospital peer review report—inadmissible hearsay—dooms disciplinary decision
- Contracting, confidentiality, and anti-competitiveness problems affect accountancy board, sunset panel finds
- Federal court: Use of “engineer” label does not imply licensure status
- Board directors face salary cuts after Nevada AG says they can’t be paid more than governor
The Supreme Court of Missouri, in a December 20 decision, denied attorney's fees to a nurse who had successfully appealed a disciplinary decision by the state's nursing board. The court held that, although the nurse was a "prevailing party" who would normally be entitled to fees, the decision by the board on the scope of her discipline was not one for which fees were available.
The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.