Posted January 4th, 2023 by Dennis Abramson.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT USMLE DISCIPLINARY MATTERS No one ever anticipates being the subject of a professional disciplinary action, and certainly not in connection with USMLE’s Step examinations. Completing […]Read More
For more than a decade, our firm has defended individuals in connection with allegations of irregular behavior, including in hearings before the USMLE Committee for Individualized Review (CIR) and the […]Read More
With registration for the 2023 NRMP Main Residency Match opening soon, candidates rush to assure their application is contained with the first batch reviewed by Program Directors. Our firm has […]Read More
In response to today’s announcement that the USMLE Step 2 CS examination will be permanently discontinued, ECFMG has announced that it will offer expanded pathways to temporary ECFMG certification for […]Read More
Posted January 26th, 2021 by Dennis Abramson.
In what amounts to a fundamental change in the way doctors qualify to practice medicine in the United States, the National Board of Medical Examiners and Federation of State Medical […]Read More
What is “irregular behavior”? The phrase lends itself to multiple interpretations. The definition, per USMLE.org, is “any action by applicants, examinees, potential applicants, or others that could compromise the validity, […]Read More
Despite social media’s benefit to individuals seeking mentors, study partners, or even just emotional support, social media is one of the primary platforms from which allegations of irregular behavior arise. […]Read More