12 CRR-NY 340.4NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 12. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
CHAPTER V. WORKERS' COMPENSATION
SUBCHAPTER E. PODIATRY PRACTICE
PART 340. PROCEDURE BEFORE PODIATRY PRACTICE COMMITTEE
12 CRR-NY 340.4
12 CRR-NY 340.4
340.4 Investigation and hearing procedure.
In any investigation or hearing conducted before the Podiatry Practice Committee pertaining to the revocation or suspension of the authority of a podiatrist as provided under the Workers' Compensation Law, the following rules of procedure shall apply:
(a) The accused podiatrist shall be given 30 days' notice in writing, containing a brief statement of the charge or charges against such podiatrist and the time when and place where such charge or charges will be heard. Such notice shall be served either personally or by mail. At least 10 days prior to the return date in said notice, the accused podiatrist shall file an answer with the Podiatry Practice Committee, answering the charges contained therein.
(b) On the hearing of such charge or charges, the accused podiatrist shall be entitled to be represented by counsel and to cross-examine witnesses. Witnesses shall be placed under oath. A verbatim record of the proceedings shall be made.
(c) A true copy of the record of each proceeding shall be submitted to the chairman, Workers' Compensation Board, along with the report, findings and recommendation of the Podiatry Practice Committee.
12 CRR-NY 340.4
Current through July 31, 2021
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