Argued January 9, 1997 Decided February 11, 1997 APPEAL from an order of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Second Judicial Department, entered January 16, 1996, which, with two Justices dissenting, affirmed a judgment of the Supreme Court (Joan Lefkowitz, J.), entered in Rockland County, upon a jury verdict in favor of defendants, dismissing the complaint. Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays Handler, L.L.P., New York City (James D. Herschlein and Sheila S. Boston of counsel), for appellant
October 30, 2008. Proceeding pursuant to CPLR article 78 (initiated in this Court pursuant to Public Health Law § 230-c) to review a determination of respondent Administrative Review Board for Professional Medical Conduct which revoked petitioner's license to practice medicine in New York. Before: Lahtinen, Kane, Malone Jr. and Stein, JJ. Spain, J.P. Petitioner has been authorized to practice medicine in New York since 1991. In 2006, the Bureau of Professional Medical Conduct (hereinafter BPMC) charged
April 19, 1993 Appeal from the Family Court, Westchester County (Braslow, J.). Ordered that the order of disposition is affirmed, without costs or disbursements. We find that the court did not err when it permitted the presentment agency to cross-examine the appellant as to whether he committed certain specific criminal acts, as the agency had a good faith basis for the questions (see, Badr v Hogan, 75 N.Y.2d 629; People v De Pasquale, 54 N.Y.2d 693; Richardson, Evidence § 498 [Prince 10th ed]).
December 5, 1995 Appeal from the Supreme Court, New York County (William Davis, J.). The IAS Court properly allowed defendant's counsel to ask plaintiff's treating physician about prior allegations of improper billing, and other misconduct, since those allegations had a bearing on the doctor's credibility ( Badr v Hogan, 75 N.Y.2d 629, 634). Plaintiff complains about counsel's reference during cross examination to the disciplinary statement of charges brought against the doctor with respect to this