The Appellate Court decision recently came out in this case ruling against Paul Greenan. One commentator stated in response the following:
"This case is the AC's first decision post signing of the new bill on Friday. And so the first "standard of conduct" for an AMC set by the judiciary is this: That a court-appointed AMC does not have to meet the children. And that it is "reasonable" for an AMC and GAL who collectively spent 4.5 hours with the children to bill a family $252k. And the worst of all: it is okay for a trial court to publish a memorandum of decision which contains a child's name, addresses and psychiatric history."