Representing Healthcare Professionals in Misconduct Investigations and Proceedings Part II: Navigating OPD and OPMC Hearings and Appeals: Strategies for Success
Representing Healthcare Professionals in Misconduct Investigations – Part II
Navigating OPD and OPMC Hearings and Appeals: Strategies for Success
I. Answer & Affirmative Defenses
A. Pleading Interest of Justice Dismissal
B. SAPA and Admin Rules governing hearings
II. Violations Committee Resolutions and Direct Referrals
III. Negotiated Resolutions
A. Major Considerations & Collateral Consequences
B. Identifying and Disclosing Witnesses and Exhibits
C. The Pre -Hearing Conference, Opening Statements and Cross Examination
D. Experts and other witnesses.
E. Making a record
F. Closing Briefs – Recommendations
V. Summary Proceedings
VI. Availability of Violations Committee Resolution
VII. The ARB, Regents Review & Article 78 Proceedings
Shelly Wang Bandago, Director, NYS Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct
Henry S. Weintraub, Esq. Chief Counsel at NYS Department of Health, Bureau of Professional Medical Conduct
Dennis K. Spillane, Director of the NYS Department of Education, Office of Professional Discipline
Alexander Bateman, Esq. Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C.
John J. Barbera, Esq. Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP
Douglas M. Nadjari, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C. (Program Planning Chair and Moderator)
This is the second program in the three part Representing Healthcare Professionals in Misconduct Investigations and Proceedings CLE series. Be sure to join us for part three of the series. Registration details are below.
Part 3 – Representing the Impaired Healthcare Professional
Friday, May 19, 2023 | 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
- March 3, 2023
- 9:00 AM
- 10:30 AM
- Virtual Participation
- Professional Discipline Committee (Health Law)
- Health Law Section
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education