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License Investigation Alleging Gross Negligence By Anesthesiologist Closed with Finding of No Probable Cause

Posted on Firm News, Professional Licensure Investigations July 3, 2017 by Robert Nicholson

The Firm successfully defended an anesthesiologist against allegations that he “grossly mismanaged” a patient’s anesthesia care during a procedure that ultimately resulted in the patient having heart failure and the procedure being aborted.  The patient expired several days later. The Firm fully investigated the allegations at issue, engaged an expert witness, and prepared a rebuttal Read more →

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License Investigation Alleging Diversion of Controlled Substances by Physician Closed with Finding of No Probable Cause

Posted on Firm News, Professional Licensure Investigations November 8, 2016 by Robert Nicholson

The Firm successfully defended a physician against allegations that he traded drugs for sex. The allegations, which were made by a competitor, were successfully refuted by the Firm. After consideration of the rebuttal statement prepared by the Firm on behalf the physician, the Probable Cause Panel for the licensing board determined that probable cause did Read more →

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License Complaint Investigation Against Registered Nurse Closed with Finding of No Probable Cause

Posted on Firm News, Professional Licensure Investigations May 2, 2016 by Robert Nicholson

After considering the rebuttal statement prepared by the Firm on behalf of a Registered Nurse accused of improperly handling narcotics, the Probable Cause Panel for the Board of Nursing determined that probable cause did not exist and directed that the case be closed by the Florida Department of Health.  The Firm fully investigated the allegations Read more →

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No Probable Cause Found in Complaint Against Clinical Social Worker Intern

Posted on Firm News, Professional Licensure Investigations October 25, 2015 by author

In a case involving a Social Worker represented by the health care licensure defense attorneys at Nicholson & Eastin, LLP, the Probable Cause Panel for the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling determined that no probable cause of a violation existed and directed that the case be closed. Read more →

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