Tracy Prewitt and Katherine Kerns Vesely defended a physician before the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure regarding allegations that he had an improper relationship with a female patient. Prewitt and Vesely argued that the physician had acknowledged the inappropriate relationship, taken affirmative action to prevent such behavior in the future and had obtained professional counseling to address the situation. As a result, the KBML found that the physician was not a danger to future patients and allowed him to continue practicing under a five year Agreed Order. The following year, however, the KBML agreed to terminate his Agreed Order finding that he had sufficiently completed its terms.

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