Administrative Law

What is a Skelly Hearing?

A Skelly hearing derives its name from Skelly v. State Personnel Board (1975) 15 Cal. 3d 194. Dr. Skelly, a permanent civil service employee, was terminated from his employment with the State of California. The California Supreme Court determined, among other things, that he was deprived of his due process Read more…

By simas, ago
Administrative Law

One Acre Cap… or Not?

California’s three state cannabis licensing authorities announced today that proposed emergency licensing regulations for commercial medicinal and adult-use cannabis have been posted online and are available to the public for review. The Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Cannabis Control, Department of Public Health’s Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch, and Department Read more…

By justin, ago
Administrative Law

Collateral Consequence of Healthcare License Discipline – Medicare Exclusion

License discipline for professionals has significant collateral consequences. We have previously identified several of those consequences in prior blog entries – see, e.g.,  Top 5 Collateral Consequences of License Discipline.  A unique collateral consequence of license discipline in the healthcare realm is its impact on the practitioner in participating in government reimbursement Read more…

By raj, ago