ACUPUNCTURE, Bd. of

Declaratory Statement (See DECLARATORY STATEMENTS)
License —
Emergency Suspension —
Criminal Plea — Sexual Battery, VIII-1.
False Statements On Licensure Application, VIII-2.
Fraudulent Conduct, VIII-3.
Out-of-State Discipline, VIII-4.
Failure to Keep Requisite Written Records, VIII-5.
Sexual Misconduct With Female Patients, VIII-6.

 

ADMINISTRATION Comm.

Comprehensive Plan — Local (See Also COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, Dept. of; COUNTY GOVERNMENT) —
Amendment — Small Scale — Challenger Has the Burden of Proof By a Preponderance of the Evidence, VIII-7.
Amendment — Small Scale — Local Government’s Determination Presumed Correct, VIII-8.
City of Jacksonville —
Intervenor Challenge to Small Scale Amendment — Amendment Found Not In Compliance, VIII-9.
Coastal High Hazard Area —
Statute Governing Development Within Discussed, VIII-10.
Crestview —
Intervenor Challenger to Small Scale Amendment — Amendment Found Not to Be In Compliance, VIII-11.
Dept. of Community Affairs Finding That Portions of the Plan Were In Compliance Vacated, VIII-12.
Essential Elements of Examined, VIII-13.
Expert Planning Testimony On Planning Issues Is Probative, VIII-14.
Formal Hearing (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE) —
Not De Novo — Local Government’s Determination Presumed Correct, VIII-15.
Franklin County —
Intervenor Challenge to Amendment — Comm. Order For Remedial Amendments Affirmed & Reversed In Part, VIII-16.
Future Land Use Map —
163 & Rule 9J-5 Are Applicable, VIII-17.
In Compliance —
Defined, VIII-18.
Defined & Discussed, VIII-19.
Intensity Does Not Require Use of a Floor Area Ratio, VIII-20.
Internal Consistency —
Requirement For Examined, VIII-21.
Intervenor (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, Intervenors) —
120.57(1) Proceeding Is Not De Novo Pursuant to Statutory Mandate, VIII-22.
Affected Persons — Defined, VIII-23.
Burden of Proof — Not Even Fairly Debatable Standard, VIII-24.
Burden of Proof — Preponderance of the Evidence, VIII-25.
Standing — Issue Regarding Becomes Moot If Some of Multiple Intervenors Establish, VIII-26.
Lee County —
Intervenor Challenge to Amendment, VIII-27.
Monroe County — DOAH Rejection of Challenge to Proposed Rules Amending the Comprehensive Plan & Land Development Regulations Affirmed, VIII-28.
Panama City —
Intervenor Challenge to Small Scale Plan Amendment, VIII-29.
Polk County —
Intervenor Challenge to Small Scale Plan Amendment, VIII-30.
Exceptional Education Student (See Also ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, Div. of (DOAH); SCHOOL BOARDS) —
Comm. Is Without Jurisdiction to Appoint An Attorney to Act As a Hearing Officer, VIII-31.
DOAH Is Not a Proper Party to a 1003.57(5) Proceeding, VIII-32.
Petition Dismissed For Lack of Jurisdiction, VIII-33.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS, Div. of (DOAH) (See Also CONTRACTS (Bids/Protests), Protest, Standard of DOAH Review; PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, Attorney’s Fees & Costs, DOAH, Recommended Order, Harmless Error; RULES & RULEMAKING)

Appellate Mandate —
Agency Cannot Evade, VIII-34.
Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Plan (NICA) —
Amended Final Order Following Appellate Remand: Tabb v. NICA, VIII-35.
Amended Stipulation Approved, VIII-36.
Appellate Order On Motion For Clarification: N.W. Medical Center, Inc., et al. v. Ortiz, et al., VIII-37.
Appellate Order On Motion For Rehearing: Jackson, et al. v. NICA, et al., VIII-38.
Appellate Order On Remand From the Supreme Court: All Children’s Hospital, Inc. et al. v. Div. of Administrative Hearings, et al., VIII-39.
Appellate Order On Remand From the Supreme Court: Fla. Health Sciences Center Inc. et al. v. DOAH et al., VIII-40.
Assertion of NICA Exclusivity — Is An Affirmative Defense, VIII-41.
Attorney’s Fees & Costs (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE) —
Amount Determined — Methodology Examined, VIII-42.
Fees Associated With Issue of Proper Notice or Opting Out of NICA Are Not Recoverable, VIII-43.
Bifurcation of Issues of Compensability & Amount of Compensation —
DOAH Determination of Compensability & Notice Constitute Final Agency Action Subject to Appellate Court Review, VIII-44.
Bifurcation of Issues of Compensability & Amount of Compensation, VIII-45.
Birth-Related Injury —
Both Substantial Mental & Physical Impairment Is Required, VIII-46.
Conjunctive Requirement For Both Mental & Physical Injury — Examined, VIII-47.
Defined & Discussed, VIII-48.
Determination of Cause Is a Medical Question, VIII-49.
Found, VIII-50.
Found Lacking, VIII-51.
Found Lacking — Affirmed, VIII-52.
Genetic or Congenital Abnormalities Are Not Covered, VIII-53.
Mental & Physical Impairment — Conjunctive Nature of This Requirement, VIII-54.
Permanent & Substantial Mental & Physical Injury Is Required, VIII-55.
Permanent & Substantial Mental or Physical Injury Defined & Discussed, VIII-56.
Rebuttable Presumption Regarding Examined, VIII-57.
Rebuttable Presumption Regarding Found to Be Constitutional, VIII-58.
Burden of Proof —
Petitioner, VIII-59.
Compensation of Parent — Stipulation For Reimbursement of Actual Expenses Approved, VIII-60.
Compensation of Parent For Caretaking Responsibilities — Examined, VIII-61.
Compensation of Parent For Travel Expenses — Examined, VIII-62.
Compensation of Parent For Wheelchair Lift — Examined, VIII-63.
DOAH Has Exclusive Jurisdiction —
Assertion of NICA Exclusivity Is An Affirmative Defense, VIII-64.
Circuit Court Abates Claim Until DOAH Makes Necessary Determinations, VIII-65.
Circuit Court Award Precludes NICA Recovery, VIII-66.
Circuit Court Order Denying Motion to Reinstate Stay Pending Appellate Review of DOAH Order Quashed, VIII-67.
DOAH ALJ Cannot Delve Into Applicability of the “Willful & Wanton” Exception, VIII-68.
DOAH ALJ Found to Have Failed to Follow Appellate Mandate, VIII-69.
DOAH ALJ Is to Determine All Matters Relative to a Claim, VIII-70.
DOAH ALJ Is to Determine Whether An Injury Is Compensable & Any Amount of Compensation Due, VIII-71.
DOAH Has Jurisdiction To Determine Issue of Compensability & Whether the Physician Was a Participating Physician, VIII-72.
DOAH Has Jurisdiction to Determine Whether Proper Notice Was Given — Supreme Court Conflict Jurisdiction, VIII-73.
DOAH Lacks Jurisdiction to Consider Immunity From Civil Suit, VIII-74.
DOAH Must Consider All Questions of Compensability Including Adequacy of Notice, VIII-75.
Election of Remedies Clause Examined, VIII-76.
Exclusivity of the Remedy Afforded By the Plan — An Affirmative Defense, VIII-77.
Legislative Amendments to Section 766.301 & Section 766.304 Overturned the McKaughan Decision & Mandated Exclusive DOAH Jurisdiction, VIII-78.
NICA Provides An Exclusive Remedy In the Form of Compensation For Certain Injuries On a No-Fault Basis, VIII-79.
No Civil Action May Proceed Until DOAH Determination Is Made, VIII-80.
None to Award Prejudgment Interest, VIII-81.
Notice (See Notification of NICA Limitation On Liability)
Remedy For Any Compensable Claim Must Be Determined By DOAH Prior to a Civil Malpractice Action, VIII-82.
Scope of — Examined, VIII-83.
DOAH Order Reserving Jurisdiction to Address Specific Accommodations —
Appeal Assailing Dismissed On Basis the Order Was Nonfinal, VIII-84.
Failure of Petitioner to Appear at Hearing, VIII-85.
Final Order Approving Stipulation & Joint Petition For Compensation, VIII-86.
Mechanics of Plan — Examined, VIII-87.
Notification of NICA Limitation On Liability —
Condition Precedent to NICA Exclusivity, VIII-88.
DOAH Conclusion That Patient Needed Notification of the Contractual Relationship Between the Hospital & Physician Reversed, VIII-89.
DOAH Determination of Whether Notice of Participation In Plan Was Given, VIII-90.
DOAH Finding That Requisite Notice Was Not Given Affirmed, VIII-91.
DOAH Has Exclusive Jurisdiction Over Issues Relative to 2003 Statute, VIII-92.
DOAH Has Jurisdiction to Consider Adequacy of Notice, VIII-93.
DOAH Has Jurisdiction to Determine Whether Proper Notice Was Given — Supreme Court Conflict Jurisdiction, VIII-94.
DOAH Has Jurisdiction to Make Factual Findings Concerning, VIII-95.
DOAH Lacks Jurisdiction to Consider Any Matter Relative to Notice, VIII-96.
Emergency Exception to Notice Requirement Examined & Found Not Satisfied, VIII-97.
Exceptions to Notice Requirement Examined, VIII-98.
Names of Participating Physicians Be Set Forth, VIII-99.
Names of Participating Physicians Need Not Be Set Forth, VIII-100.
Notice — All Participating Physicians Must Be Individually Identified, VIII-101.
Notice — Alleged Deficiency — Burden of Proof, VIII-102.
Notice — DOAH Finding of Adequacy Affirmed, VIII-103.
Notice — DOAH Finding of Inadequacy Affirmed, VIII-104.
Notice — DOAH Finding of Inadequacy Reversed, VIII-105.
Notice — Effect of Notice By Nonemployee Physician On Immunity of the Hospital, VIII-106.
Notice — Emergency Medical Condition Requirement, VIII-107.
Notice — Found Adequate Consistent With DOAH Finding, VIII-108.
Notice — Found Not to Have Been Given, VIII-109.
Notice — Found Not to Have Been Satisfied — Hospital, VIII-110.
Notice — Found Not to Have Been Provided By the Physician, VIII-111.
Notice — Found to Have Been Provided — Hospital, VIII-112.
Notice — Found to Have Been Satisfied — Physician, VIII-113.
Notice — Notice to Obstetric Patient Form, VIII-114.
Notice — Purpose of Examined, VIII-115.
Notice — Is Only Relevant to the Defendant’s Assertion of NICA Exclusivity Where the Individual Attempts to Invoke Civil Remedy, VIII-116.
Notice — Must Be Given On Forms Furnished By NICA, VIII-117.
Notice — Pamphlet Found Adequate, VIII-118.
Notice — Separate & Distinct Notice Requirement For the Hospital & the Physicians Examined, VIII-119.
Notice of Participation In the Plan As a Requisite to Recovery, VIII-120.
Notice Requirement Found Not to Have Been Satisfied — Hospital, VIII-121.
Pre-Registration Notice Affirmed As Adequate For the Hospital But Inadequate For the Physicians, VIII-122.
Pre-Registration Notice Affirmed As Inadequate For the Hospital But Adequate For the Physicians, VIII-123.
Purpose of This Requirement — Examined, VIII-124.
Time Prior to Actual Arrival Found to Provide a Reasonable Opportunity For Notice, VIII-125.
Participating Physician — Defined & Discussed, VIII-126.
Physician — Found to Be a “Participating Physician”, VIII-127.
Purpose of Plan — Examined, VIII-128.
Recoverable Expenses Examined — Travel-Related Expenses Denied, VIII-129.
Statutory Substitutes For Common Law Rights Are to Be Strictly Construed, VIII-130.
Consistency of Land Development Regulation (LDR) With Local Comprehensive Plan (See Also COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, Dept. of; COUNTY GOVERNMENT) —
Bay County —
Discouraged Activities to Promote Homeowner’s Quiet Use & Enjoyment of Property, VIII-131.
Petition Dismissed on Basis of Res Judicata & Collateral Estoppel, VIII-132.
Burden of Proof — Not Even Fairly Debatable Standard, VIII-133.
Convicted Vendor’s List —
Agency Failure to Report Vendor Within Statutory Time Frame, VIII-134.
Anti-Trust Violation (Fraudulent Non-Competitive Bids/Mail Fraud) —
Inclusion of Vendor On List Found Not In the Public Interest, VIII-135.
Criminal Plea — Twelve (12) Counts of Grand Theft, VIII-136.
Dept. of Management Services Has the Ultimate Burden of Proof, VIII-137.
Placement On the Convicted Vendor List Found Not In the Public Interest, VIII-138.
Vendor Belief That Criminal Plea Did Not Amount to a “Conviction” Accepted, VIII-139.
Exceptional Education Student (See Also ADMINISTRATION Comm.; SCHOOL BOARDS, Disabilities Education Act) —
Available Appellate Forums Examined, VIII-140.
DOAH Fact Finding That the Parent Did Not Consent to a Comprehensive Evaluation Rejected — Reversed & Remanded, VIII-141.
Disability Defined & Discussed, VIII-142.
Level of Service to Be Provided By School Boards Examined, VIII-143.
Motion For Second Amended Final Order Denied: Citrus Oaks Homeowners Assoc., et al. v. Orange County School Bd., VIII-144.
Report to the Fla. Land & Water Adjudicatory Comm. (See Also LAND & WATER ADJUDICATORY Comm.) —
Bexley Community Development Dist., VIII-145.
Boundary Amendments — Filing Fees, VIII-146.
Contraction of Capital Region Community Development Dist., VIII-147.
Crossings at Fleming Island Community Development Dist., VIII-148.
Huntington Hammocks Community Development Dist., VIII-149.
Kendall Creek Community Development Dist., VIII-150.
Madeira Community Development Dist., VIII-151.
Myakka Ranch Community Development Dist., VIII-152.
Pioneer Community Development Dist., VIII-153.
Sarasota National Community Dist., VIII-154.
Six Mile Creek Community Development Dist., VIII-155.
Southeastern Community Development Dist., VIII-156.
Three Creeks Community Development Dist., VIII-157.
Tomoka Community Development Dist. — Amendment of Boundaries Approved, VIII-158.

 

AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES, Dept. of (See Also CITRUS, Dept. of)

Immediate Final Order — Citrus Canker —
Circuit Court Dismissal of Suit Against Dept. Employees & Sheriff Over Entry Without Permission, Arrest & Destruction of Trees —
Affirmed, VIII-159.
Circuit Court Order Not Certifying a Class Seeking Severance Damages Affirmed, VIII-160.
Circuit Court Order Requiring Dept. to Pay Costs of Notice to Class Members Affirmed, VIII-161.
Circuit Court Order to Destroy Trees Upheld, VIII-162.
Circuit Court Orders Certifying & Not Certifying Class Actions Affirmed, VIII-163.
Order to Destroy Trees — Circuit Court Order Affirms —
Appellate Court Finds Order to Be Defective — Reversed & Remanded, VIII-164.
License —
Class D Guard —
Corporal Punishment Administered to Another’s Child Without Parental Consent, VIII-165.
Denial of Request For Informal Hearing Vacated As Entered In Error, VIII-166.
Pest Control Technician —
Dept. Discipline For Applying a Deficient Concentration of a Pesticide Affirmed, VIII-167.

 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE

Appeal Dismissed On Basis That the Order Was Not “Final”, VIII-168.
Div. Order Reversed Due to Insufficient Evidence, VIII-169.

 

APPELLATE REVIEW

Appellate Court —
En Banc Review, VIII-170.
Ripeness Found Lacking, VIII-171.
Certiorari (See Also Circuit Court) —
Court Sua Sponte Designates Appeal As, VIII-172.
Found to Be a Proper Vehicle For Review of Certain Nonfinal Discovery Orders, VIII-173.
Judgment of Lower Tribunal Is Presumed Correct, VIII-174.
Requirements For — Examined & Found Not Satisfied, VIII-175.
Two (2) Indispensable Elements of, VIII-176.
Circuit Court —
Certiorari (See Also Certiorari) —
Per Curiam Reversal Is Improper — A Reasoned Written Opinion Must Accompany An Appellate Reversal, VIII-177.
Injunction —
Irreparable Harm Found Lacking, VIII-178.
Irreparable Harm Must Be Shown, VIII-179.
Temporary — Denial Affirmed, VIII-180.
Temporary — Four (4) Part Test For, VIII-181.
Temporary — Granted — Reversed, VIII-182.
Temporary — Requisite Factual Findings Discussed & Found Lacking, VIII-183.
Jurisdiction —
None to Enter Into the Decision-Making Process of State Agencies, VIII-184.
Motion to Dismiss —
Appellate Review Is De Novo, VIII-185.
Factual Allegations Treated As True, VIII-186.
Nonfinal Order (See Also Nonfinal Order) —
Appeal Converted to Certiorari Review Proceeding, VIII-187.
Appellate Review — Found Improper, VIII-188.
Appellate Review — Found Proper, VIII-189.
Appellate Review — Standard Governing Examined, VIII-190.
Partial Dismissal of a Petition For Hearing, VIII-191.
Prohibition (See Also Prohibition) —
An Equitable Power, VIII-192.
Appropriate When Other Remedies Will Not Suffice, VIII-193.
Can Be Utilized to Address the Constitutionality of a Statute, VIII-194.
Motion For Recusal Found Insufficient to Support Grant of, VIII-195.
Must Be Narrow In Scope & Employed With Caution, VIII-196.
Petition For — Circuit Court Grant of Reversed, VIII-197.
Petition For — Granted, VIII-198.
When Appropriate, VIII-199.
Standing (See Standing)
Successor Judge —
Exceeding Scope of Appellate Remand Found Harmless, VIII-200.
Summary Judgment —
Appellate Review of Is De Novo, VIII-201.
Appropriate When Issues Are Pure Issues of Law, VIII-202.
Improper If There Are Disputed Issues of Material Fact, VIII-203.
Venue (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE) —
Home Venue Privilege Is a Matter of Right, VIII-204.
Home Venue of Agency’s Headquarters — Purpose of This Requirement, VIII-205.
Sword-Wielder Doctrine Discussed & Found Inapplicable, VIII-206.
Conclusion of Law (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, DOAH, Recommended Order) —
Appellate Review Is De Novo, VIII-207.
Confession of Error —
Accepted, VIII-208.
Motion to Relinquish Jurisdiction Treated As, VIII-209.
Fact Findings (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, DOAH, Recommended Order) —
Cannot Be Disturbed If Supported By “Some” Competent, Substantial Evidence, VIII-210.
Cannot Be Reviewed If There Was a Failure to Carry a Burden of Proof, VIII-211.
Court Will Not Reweigh the Evidence, VIII-212.
Record Without Transcript of Hearing Precludes Review of, VIII-213.
Statement That a Statutory Violation Has Occurred Constitutes, VIII-214.
Jurisdiction —
Initial Erroneous Submission to Is Not Binding, VIII-215.
None to Review Ministerial Acts By An Agency, VIII-216.
Law of the Case (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, Res Judicata) —
Certiorari — Summary Per Curiam Denial of Cannot Constitute, VIII-217.
Doctrine Discussed & Found to Be Applicable, VIII-218.
Doctrine Discussed & Found to Be Inapplicable, VIII-219.
Mandamus —
Appellate Court Grant of —
Attorney’s Fees & Costs Awarded (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE), VIII-220.
Appellate Court Grant of, VIII-221.
Circuit Court Denial of — Reversed, VIII-222.
Denied, VIII-223.
Issues Only to Require a Ministerial Duty Imposed By Law On a Public Official, VIII-224.
Three (3) Part Test Governing Consideration of Motion For, VIII-225.
Moot Case (See PRACTICE & PROCEDURE)
Necessary Parties —
Mandatory Joinder of, VIII-226.
Nonfinal Order (See Also Circuit Court) —
Access Warrant From Circuit Court For Citizen Investigative Council, VIII-227.
Appellate Review — Found Not Proper, VIII-228.
Appellate Review — Found Proper, VIII-229.
Appellate Review — Scope of No Broader Than For Common Law Certiorari, VIII-230.
Irreparable Harm Must Be Shown, VIII-231.
Notice of Appeal —
Appeal Dismissed As Untimely, VIII-232.
Motion For Rehearing Does Not Toll Time Limit For Filing of Notice of Appeal, VIII-233.
Penalty (See Also DISCIPLINE; PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, DOAH, Recommended Order) —
Administrative Penalties Do Not Involve Punitive Intent & Instead Focus On Protection of the Public Welfare, VIII-234.
Appellate Review — Need Merely Be Within Permissible Range, VIII-235.
Appellate Review — Penalty Remanded Due to Reliance On Withdrawn Violation, VIII-236.
Scope of Review Is Limited, VIII-237.
Per Curiam Affirmance Has No Precedential Value, VIII-238.
Preservation of Error For Appeal —
Issues Must Be Raised Below With Sufficient Specificity, VIII-239.
Issues Not Raised & Ruled On Below Cannot Be Reached, VIII-240.
Issues Not Raised & Ruled On Below Cannot Be Reached — Except For Due Process Violations, VIII-241.
Prohibition (See Also Circuit Court) —
Generally Not Available to Revoke An Order Already Entered —
DOAH Nonfinal Order Revoked As Such, VIII-242.
Petition For — Denied, VIII-243.
Petition For — Granted, VIII-244.
Utilized Only When There Is No Other Appropriate & Adequate Legal Remedy, VIII-245.
Utilized to Prohibit Action In Excess of Jurisdiction — Not An Erroneous Exercise of Jurisdiction, VIII-246.
Record —
Appellate Court Cannot Review An Inadequate Record, VIII-247.
Rehearing —
Motion For — Denied, VIII-248.
Motion For — Does Not Toll Time Limit For Filing of Notice of Appeal, VIII-249.
Motion For — Granted, VIII-250.
Standing (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, Intervenors) —
Adversely Affected Party Is Required, VIII-251.
Adversely Affected Standard — Defined & Discussed, VIII-252.
Dissenting Member of An Administrative Collegial Body, VIII-253.
Found, VIII-254.
Found Lacking, VIII-255.
Four (4) Part Test For, VIII-256.
Narrower Than For Administrative Proceedings, VIII-257.
Requirement That a Party Be “Adversely Affected” — Examined, VIII-258.
Statutes (See Also STATUTES) —
Agency Construction Can Be Overturned Unless Clearly Erroneous, VIII-259.
Agency Construction Need Merely Be Within Permissible Range, VIII-260.
Appellate Review Is De Novo, VIII-261.
Constitutionality (See CONSTITUTION (Fla.))
Stay (See Also CONTRACTS (Bids/Protests)) —
Automatic — Should Be Vacated Under Only the Most Compelling Circumstances, VIII-262.
Automatic — Tribunal Below Should Conduct Initial Review If Challenged, VIII-263.
Automatic — Two (2) Part Test For Vacation of, VIII-264.
Automatic — Vacated, VIII-265.
Bankruptcy Proceeding Stayed Administrative Process, VIII-266.
Contract — Bid — Protest (See CONTRACTS (Bids/Protests))
Denied, VIII-267.
Granted — Review of a Similar Case, VIII-268.
Granted — With Conditions, VIII-269.
Granted, VIII-270.

 

ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN, Bd. of

Bd. Denial of Licensure Reversed & Remanded For Further Proceedings —
Conclusion That the “Substantially Equivalent” Requirement Virtually Engrafted a Five (5) Year Formal Educational Requirement On to (3)(b) Affirmed — Licensure Denied, VIII-271.

 

AREA OF CRITICAL STATE CONCERN (See Also COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, Dept. of, Monroe County; MONROE COUNTY)

Rule Promulgated By Entities Within Are Not Scrutinized For Consistency With Stated Legislative Intent, VIII-272.

 

CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY

Contract — Bid — Protest —
Challenge to Authority Dismissal of Protest As Untimely Transferred to Circuit Court —
Authority Found Not to Be An “Agency”, VIII-273.

 

CERTIFICATE (Teaching) (See Also EDUCATION, Dept. of (DOE); EDUCATION PRACTICES Comm. (EPC); SCHOOL BOARDS)

Alcohol — Providing to Students, VIII-274.
Alcohol — Under the Influence At School, VIII-275.
Alcoholic Beverage License Caselaw Found to Be Analogous As Involving Great Trust, VIII-276.
Angry & Belligerent Behavior In Front of Students, VIII-277.
Application For —
Applicant Has Burden of Proof — By a Preponderance of the Evidence, VIII-278.
Cheating On Licensure Exam (See Also Testing), VIII-279.
Criminal Conviction — Domestic Violence, VIII-280.
Domestic Violence, VIII-281.
Exploiting Professional Relationship For Personal Gain, VIII-282.
Failure to Report For Work Without Notice, VIII-283.
False Statements On Employment Application, VIII-284.
False Statements On Licensure Application, VIII-285.
Fraudulent Conduct, VIII-286.
Good Moral Character — Found Lacking, VIII-287.
Good Moral Character — Is a Fact Finding, VIII-288.
Gross Immorality, VIII-289.
Gross Immorality — Moral Turpitude, VIII-290.
Heterosexual Harassment of Teachers, VIII-291.
Heterosexual Misconduct With Student, VIII-292.
Inappropriate Discipline & Profanity Directed At Students, VIII-293.
Incompetence, VIII-294.
Insubordination, VIII-295.
Left Work Without Notice, VIII-296.
Misconduct Reducing Effectiveness, VIII-297.
Moral Turpitude, VIII-298.
Out-of-State Discipline, VIII-299.
Out-of-State Revocation, VIII-300.
Violation of Rules, VIII-301.
Attendance Problems, VIII-302.
Cheating On Licensure Exam, VIII-303.
Corporal Punishment — Inappropriate or Excessive, VIII-304.
Criminal Plea —
Aggravated Assault – Police Officer/Feeling to Elude, VIII-305.
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, VIII-306.
Reckless Driving / DUI, VIII-307.
Sexual Battery Reduced to Disorderly Conduct, VIII-308.
Denying a Student Access to Diverse Points of View, VIII-309.
Entered Office of School Principal & Read Papers On Desk Without Permission, VIII-310.
Exploitation of Institutional Privileges For Personal Gain, VIII-311.
Exploitation of Professional Relationship For Personal Gain, VIII-312.
Failure to Adequately Supervise Students — Special Education Students Engage In Oral Sex In Class, VIII-313.
Failure to Adequately Supervise Students, VIII-314.
Failure to Preserve Confidences — Videotape of Class Activities Furnished to Parent, VIII-315.
Failure to Report Criminal Charges, VIII-316.
False Statements, VIII-317.
Fraudulent Conduct, VIII-318.
Friendship With Female Students, VIII-319.
Good Moral Character — Defined, VIII-320.
Good Moral Character — Found Lacking, VIII-321.
Gross Immorality —
Acts Which Were Found Not to Involve Moral Turpitude Nonetheless Found to Constitute, VIII-322.
Angry Outbursts Found Not to Constitute, VIII-323.
Bad Judgment Distinguished From, VIII-324.
Criminal Component Not Required, VIII-325.
Defined, VIII-326.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) — Twice, VIII-327.
Fondling of a Minor, VIII-328.
Heterosexual Harassment of Minor Children Online, VIII-329.
Immorality, VIII-330.
Misconduct Reducing Effectiveness, VIII-331.
Gross Immorality, VIII-332.
Grounds For Dismissal By a School Bd. Does Not Necessarily Constitute Grounds For Discipline By EPC, VIII-333.
Immorality —
Defined, VIII-334.
Three (3) Part Test For, VIII-335.
Immorality, VIII-336.
Inability In Profession (Major Depression & Personality Disorder), VIII-337.
Incapacity — Defined, VIII-338.
Incompetence, VIII-339.
Inefficiency — Defined, VIII-340.
Misconduct Reducing Effectiveness —
Aspirational Rule — Only Most Serious Violation Would Justify Suspension, VIII-341.
Fact Finding, VIII-342.
Personal Conduct That Impairs a Teacher’s Current & Future Ability, VIII-343.
Private Conduct Considered Immoral By Some Does Not Constitute, VIII-344.
Reduction In Effectiveness Must Be Serious, VIII-345.
Requires Intent — Failure to Adequately Supervise Found Not to Constitute, VIII-346.
Specific Proof Not Required If Misconduct Is Sufficiently Egregious, VIII-347.
Student Drowns While On Field Trip, VIII-348.
Misconduct Reducing Effectiveness, VIII-349.
Moral Turpitude —
Angry Outbursts Found Not to Constitute, VIII-350.
Bad Judgment Distinguished From, VIII-351.
Cheating On Licensure Exam, VIII-352.
Criminal Component Not Required, VIII-353.
Defined — Not Synonymous With Immorality, VIII-354.
Defined, VIII-355.
Status of Fondling of a Minor As, VIII-356.
Moral Turpitude, VIII-357.
Obtaining a Certificate By Fraud, VIII-358.
Order Clarifying Final Order: Horne v. Moore, VIII-359.
Penalty (See Also DISCIPLINE; PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, DOAH, Recommended Order) —
Expiration of a Certificate Does Not Preclude, VIII-360.
Physical Attack On School Staff Member, VIII-361.
Providing Shelter to Juvenile Runaway, VIII-362.
Semi-Nude Photos of Former Student Taken On School Property, VIII-363.
Sexual Misconduct (See Also Application)–
Accessing Sexually Explicit Internet Site On a School Computer — From Classroom, VIII-364.
Allegedly Hugged & Kissed With An Open Mouth a 14-Year-Old Student On School Property, VIII-365.
Heterosexual Comments to Students, VIII-366.
Heterosexual Comments to Students & Staff, VIII-367.
Heterosexual Contact With Female Student, VIII-368.
Heterosexual Contact With Student — Marriage, VIII-369.
Heterosexual Contact With Students, VIII-370.
Heterosexual Harassment of Co-Workers, VIII-371.
Heterosexual Harassment of Teachers, VIII-372.
Hugging Distressed Female Student Seated On Lap While Alone, VIII-373.
Inappropriate & Excessive Physical Contact With a Student, VIII-374.
Inappropriate Sexual Comments to a Minor Over the Internet, VIII-375.
Student/Victim Refuses to Testify, VIII-376.
Use of School Property For Semi-Nude Photography, VIII-377.
Teachers Are Held to a High Moral Standard, VIII-378.
Testing (See Also Application, Cheating On Licensure Exam) —
Cheating On Licensure Exam, VIII-379.
Improper Assistance to Students Taking a Standardized Test, VIII-380.
Violation of Board Rules & Statutes, VIII-381.
Violation of Testing Procedures, VIII-382.
Violence In Schools — Zero Tolerance Is Mandated, VIII-383.

 

CERTIFICATE OF NEED (CON) (See Also HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION, Agency for (AHCA))

Amendment of Application (See Also Application) —
Correction of Error On Does Not Constitute, VIII-384.
Permissible Changes to Distinguished From, VIII-385.
Applicant Has the Burden of Proof —
By a Preponderance of the Evidence, VIII-386.
Applicant Has the Burden of Proof, VIII-387.
Application (See Also Amendment of Application) —
Access to Existing Facilities Is a Review Criterion, VIII-388.
Applicant Need Not Demonstrate Material Improvement to Health Care Access, VIII-389.
Preliminary AHCA Decision Not Entitled to Presumption of Correctness, VIII-390.
Requisite Information Examined, VIII-391.
Comparative Review —
Accorded, VIII-392.
Competition Considerations Should Be Accorded a Particularity Important Role, VIII-393.
Long-Term Care — Allowing More Than Two (2) New Facilities At Once Disfavored, VIII-394.
Financial Feasibility —
Case-Specific Determination, VIII-395.
Failure to File Audited Financial Statement, VIII-396.
Geographic Accessibility —
AHCA Has No Adapted Standards Governing, VIII-397.
Health Care Administration (AHCA) —
Access to Health Care Services Is a Central Theme, VIII-398.
Authority to Impose Conditions, VIII-399.
Effect of Legislative Abolition of Certian CON Review Examined, VIII-400.
Preliminary Determination In the SAAR Not Entitled to a Presumption of Correctness, VIII-401.
Stare Decisis Is a Core Principle, VIII-402.
Hospice —
Comparative Review, VIII-403.
Defined & Discussed, VIII-404.
Delayed Admissions By Existing Provider Found Not Proven, VIII-405.
Fixed Need Pool Confirmed As Zero, VIII-406.
Intervenor Protest, VIII-407.
Hospital —
Acute Care —
Improving Access to In Non-Urban Growth Area Is the Trend, VIII-408.
Satellite Facility, VIII-409.
Acute Care, VIII-410.
Addition —
Open Heart Surgical Unit, VIII-411.
Comparative Review (See Comparative Review)
Competition Need Not Promote Quality & Cost Effectiveness to Be Meaningful, VIII-412.
Long-Term Care, 27:2928-2929, 27:3310-3310, 28:720-720, 28:1880-1881, 29:4411-4411, 29:4454-4456.
Neonatal Intensive Care Units — 2004 Statutory Amendment Eliminated CON Review, VIII-413.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, VIII-414.
Open Heart Surgical Unit — Door-to-Balloon Time Is Crucial to Result, VIII-415.
Open Heart Surgical Unit — Relationship Between Volume & Mortality Noted, VIII-416.
Open Heart Surgical Unit, VIII-417.
Safety Net Provider — Defined & Discussed, VIII-418.
Satellite Facility, VIII-419.
Intervenors (See Also PRACTICE & PROCEDURE, Intervenors) —
Standing —
Appellate Remand of DOAH Nonfinal Order Relating to, VIII-420.
Burden of Proof Is By a Preponderance of the Evidence, VIII-421.
Economic Injury Is a Sufficient Substantial Interest, VIII-422.
Found Lacking, VIII-423.
Threat to Solvency Need Not Be Shown, VIII-424.
Letter of Intent —
Applicant Cannot Change Until Actual Issuance of a CON, VIII-425.
Applicant Must Be In Existence On Date of Submittal, VIII-426.
Corporate Conversion By Form Only Found Acceptable In View of Delaware & Florida Law, VIII-427.
Corporate Merges or Name Changes Do Not Constitute a Change In Applicant, VIII-428.
Requirements Governing Examined, VIII-429.
Need —
AHCA Does Not Have a Travel Time Standard, VIII-430.
AHCA Might Weigh Review Criteria Differently Than DOAH, VIII-431.
Acute Care Hospital —
AHCA Has Historically Evaluated Need On a Subdistrict Basis, VIII-432.
Balanced Consideration of All Statutory & Rule Criteria, VIII-433.
Balancing of All Statutory & Rule Criteria Constitutes DOAH Fact Findings, VIII-434.
Competition Considerations Should Be Accorded a Particularly Important Role, VIII-435.
Considered On a District-Wide Basis, VIII-436.
Factors In Addition to Patient Population Can Be Considered, VIII-437.
Failure to Account For Unused Beds, VIII-438.
Fixed Need Pool —
Acute Case Hospital — Effectively Rendered Irrelevant By 2004 Statutory Amendment, VIII-439.
Numeric Need (See Rule Methodology)
Publication of Creates a Rebuttable Presumption of Need, VIII-440.
Future Population Growth Can Be Considered As An Offset to Lost Patient Volume, VIII-441.
Is the Polestar of CON Law, VIII-442.
Rule Methodology —
Absence of — Long Term Acute Care Hospital, VIII-443.
Fixed Need Pool Serves Only As the Starting Point For Analysis of Need, VIII-444.
Found Lacking, VIII-445.
Not Normal Exception — Applicant’s Burden of Proof Examined, VIII-446.
Not Normal Exception — Conclusion of Law, VIII-447.
Not Normal Exception — Defined & Discussed, VIII-448.
Not Normal Exception — Determined On a Case-By-Case Basis, VIII-449.
Not Normal Exception — Found Applicable, VIII-450.
Not Normal Exception — Found Inapplicable, VIII-451.
Not Normal Exception — Not Required For Intra-Subdistrict Bed Transfer to Satellite Facility, VIII-452.
Not Normal Exception — Satellite Hospital Beds, VIII-453.
Not Normal Exception — Traffic Congestion Has Become a “Normal” Condition, VIII-454.
Numeric Need — Alone Is Not Dispositive, VIII-455.
Numeric Need — Creates a Legal Presumption of Need, VIII-456.
Numeric Need — Establishes Only a Starting Point For Analysis of Need, VIII-457.
Numeric Need — Establishes a Presumption of Need, VIII-458.
Numeric Need Lacking — Creates Rebuttable Presumption of No Need, VIII-459.
Repeal of — Effect Examined, VIII-460.
Tertiary Facility — Different Analysis Is Utilized, VIII-461.
Weight to Be Accorded Various Criteria Varies On a Case-By-Case Basis, VIII-462.
Purpose of CON Review —
Not Protectionism, VIII-463.
State Agency Action Report (SAAR) —
No Presumption of Correctness, VIII-464.