Judicial Restraints on Professional Self-Regulation

TitleJudicial Restraints on Professional Self-Regulation
Publication TypeWeb Article
Year of Publication1981
AuthorsMalin, MH
Secondary AuthorsLadenson, R
Series TitlePerspectives on the Professions
Volume1
Issue1
PublisherCenter for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, Illinois Institute of Technology
Place PublishedChicago
Publication Languageeng
Keywordsarchitecture , ENGINEERING , Law , Legal Issues , MEDICINE
AbstractDiscusses why professional associations must be careful of the degree to which courts will oversee its program of professional self-regulation and its potential resulting liability to a member who has been disciplined. The author provides an examination of recent court cases that illustrate how courts have used the First Ammendment to the Constitution and the Sherman Antitrust Act to strike down regulations upheld by professional association that the Courts deemed unlawful.
URLhttp://ethics.iit.edu/perspective/v1n1%20perspective.pdf
Short TitleJudicial Restraints on Professional Self-Regulation
Full Text

Discipline: 

Subject: 

Publication: