A group of the nation’s osteopathic doctors – including IP4PI founder, Craig M Wax, DO, along withAlbert A. Talone, DO, Robert Maurer, DO, Richard Renza, DO, and Roy Stoller, DO – filed suit against the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to recover millions of dollars in annual membership fees that the doctors have been forced to pay for years to the organization. The money is paid as a condition of obtaining and maintaining physicians’ board certification in any advanced medical specialty. The physicians—who have filed the suit as a class action—contend that the requirement that they purchase memberships is illegal, has no reasonable connection to the advanced certification and violates the antitrust laws.
Class-action lawsuit filed against American Osteopathic Association over membership feesPhiladelphia Business Journal, August 2, 2016
Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine in Certification DisputePhiladelphia Inquirer, August 2, 2016
Duane Morris Press Release: Osteopathic Physicians Sue…
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