• Board of Registration in Medicine v. Julian Abbey, RM-06-962 (DALA, 2008)

    DALA recommends that the Board impose appropriate discipline where the Board proved that doctor (1) fraudulently procured the renewal of his certificate of registration; (2) practiced medicine while his ability to do so was impaired by drugs; (3) failed to maintain records in accordance with G.L. c. 94C; (4) committed boundary violations; and (5) was guilty of sexual misconduct with a patient.
  • Board of Registration in Medicine v. Joseph Z. Zolot, RM-07-460 (DALA, 2008)

    Evidence offered by BRM in the form of affidavits compiled and submitted by BRM's investigator was sufficient to show that the doctor's practice of prescribing narcotics to approximately thirty patients without a legitimate medical purpose and/or without a thorough clinical evaluation constituted an immediate and serious threat to the public safety, health and welfare.