A federal judge rejected a doctor's request to disqualify opposing counsel in a case over alleged retaliation by the Florida Department of Health.
Florida Department of Health News
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A magistrate recently recommended that summary judgment be awarded to a defendant in the case of a cosmetic surgeon who accused a doctor at a substance abuse recovery center of making false or misleading statements.
Appeals court affirms decision not to renew license of Tampa plastic surgeon convicted of drug offense
LAKELAND — A Tampa cosmetic surgeon who has since 2011 been fighting allegations she used patient information to obtain Demerol for her own use will not have her medical license renewed, according to an appeals court ruling handed down this month.
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Attorney General office recently announced that Vanity Cosmetic Surgery Center has agreed to reimburse paying customers who have never received services from the company.
If you thought taxpayer fees would go up because of Obamacare, what happens when a suit against the system creates more drain on the taxpayer? In recent legal invoices submitted by multiple state agencies, they show that Florida's Medicaid health agencies have accrued up $7.8 million in legal costs since 2006 during a drawn-out lawsuit over the program.
TALLAHASSEE – Five lawyers from the Radey Law Firm were named in the 2016 edition of the Florida Super Lawyers list: David Yon, Donna Blanton, Christopher Lunny, Rex Ware and Harry Thomas.
Transgender inclusion expert: Alter law to allow gender change on birth certificates without surgery
TALLAHASSEE – A Broward Judge will have to decide if self-identification is enough to allow the Florida Department of Health to carry out a teenager's request to change his gender on his birth certificate, a transgender inclusion expert said during a recent interview.
TALLAHASSEE – A nursery is in a dispute with lawmakers over obtaining a license to grow, process and distribute a strain know as Charlotte’s Web.