Florida Laws & Rules
5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference
The Laws and Rules Governing the Practice of Veterinary Medicine is a two hour oral and visual presentation. Attendees should leave the presentation with a firm grasp of the requirements of: Chapter 455, F.S. (the Department of Business and Professional Regulation); Rule 61G18, F.A.C. (the Rules of the Florida Board of Veterinary Medicine); and Chapter 474, F.S. (the Florida Veterinary Medicine Practice Act). Topics include the disciplinary process and guidelines, recordkeeping requirements, permit requirements, and common causes for disciplinary action and how to avoid them. Recent statutory, regulatory, and case law developments will be discussed.
Board Certified in State & Federal Governmentand Administrative Practice
Grossman, Furlow & Bayó, LLC
Ed Bayó has a B. A. in Economics from the University of Puerto Rico (1978) and a law degree (J.D.) from Stetson University (1981). After two years in private practice, he joined the Tax Section of the Attorney General’s Office. He eventually transferred to the Administrative Law Section, where he served as counsel to various professional regulatory boards, including the Boards of Professional Engineers, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. Ed is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in State & Federal Government and Administrative Practice. He left state government in 2002 and is a founding partner in Grossman, Furlow & Bayó, a boutique law firm specializing in regulatory and administrative practice. He is a frequent speaker before local, state, and national professional organizations on licensure and regulatory issues; and he has presented over 240 seminars on laws and rules, ethics and boundaries, and risk management.
Saturday, December 2
7:00 AM – 7:50 AM
Sunday, December 3
7:00 AM – 8:50 AM
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