The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) is a web-based repository. IDFPR cooperates with the NPDB to collect and report information. IDFPR disciplinary actions and medical malpractice payment reports are provided to the NPDB.
Illinois joins a growing list of states and municipalities adopting "Tobacco 21" policies that focus on ensuring that young adults do not become addicted at such an early age.
ILCC staff and underage students visit liquor stores, restaurants, and bars in different communities around the state and attempt to persuade the employees to sell them alcohol.
“fitness for duty” has come to stand for a range of potential physical and mental health concerns, from sleep deprivation to substance abuse to depression and decline in cognitive function.
Jordan Matyas, Counsel at 1818
Donna Hartl, Partner at Golan Christie Taglia LLP
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Until just a few years ago, Chicagoans looking to enjoy happy hour specials would have been disappointed. Prior to July 2015, Illinois establishments serving alcohol were not allowed to offer drinks at reduced prices for a portion of the day.
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