disciplinary order

A disposition suspending or revoking licensure privileges or imposing civil penalties or ordering the restoration of money or ordering corrective action or medical or other professional treatment or monitoring, or censuring, or reprimanding a licensee

disciplinary order

Medical practice A disposition suspending or revoking licensure privileges or imposing civil penalties or ordering the restoration of money or ordering corrective action or medical or other professional treatment or monitoring, or censuring, or reprimanding a licensee.
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"Rather, respondent intentionally violated his prior disciplinary order by failing to file the required and necessary affidavits, failing to pay the required costs of the prior disciplinary proceedings, failing to pay any of the restitution he was ordered to pay, and failing to make any effort to enter into a payment agreement for the ordered restitution."
(Admitted to practice: 1984) Bosecker was found in contempt for violating the terms of a prior disciplinary order. She failed to timely notify opposing counsel, the courts and her clients that she was suspended; and she was practicing law while suspended.
He cited a 2016 disciplinary order in which a lawyer was reprimanded for failing to tell opposing counsel about subpoenas she'd issued for records in a divorce case.
One of the concerns noted in the study, however, is whether the information contained in the Board's settled disciplinary order was valuable enough to incite a market reaction.
He declared he had not practised overseas since last being issued with a New Zealand practising certificate in 1990; that he had not been the subject of a disciplinary order in any other country; that he had not been the subject of criminal proceedings in any other country; and that he had last practised as a nurse in May 1991.
According to a disciplinary order, Jens Pinkernell and his firm J.
Brudnak "did not properly handle chronic pain with medications," according to the disciplinary order, though the Texas Medical Board noted that it "did not constitute a majority of his practice."
"They will try to hit guys with an Army General Administrative Instruction, which is basically a disciplinary order.
To this end, sovereignty does more than simply enforce a disciplinary order. It also, as mentioned above, helps subjectively 'make sense' of this complex reality.
All APC members must be currently licensed in South Carolina, not under a current disciplinary order, certified and practicing in the area they represent.
Local media quoted a source as confirming that a disciplinary order against the first judge will soon be issued.
Mrs Hughes's barrister Annette Gumbs urged that there should be no disciplinary order and said: "She was faced with a campaign for her dismissal.