No occupational licensing board shall contract with or employ a person licensed by
the board to serve as an investigator or inspector if the licensee is actively practicing
in the profession or occupation and is in competition with other members of the profession
or occupation over which the board has jurisdiction. Nothing in this section shall prevent a board from (i) employing licensees who are
not otherwise employed in the same profession or occupation as investigators or inspectors
or for other purposes or (ii) contracting with licensees of the board to serve as
expert witnesses or consultants in cases where special knowledge and experience is
required, provided that the board limits the duties and authority of the expert witness
or consultant to serving as an information resource to the board and board personnel.
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