For California licensed professionals, reputation is everything. And a professional license in good standing is the bedrock on which a reputation is built. So, when licensing boards investigate claims of misconduct and threaten discipline, livelihoods hang in the balance.
From the inception of an investigation to the filing of an official Accusation to a full-blown hearing before an administrative law judge, professionals need lawyers who will vigorously defend them against all allegations brought before California licensing boards, as well as self-governing bodies. That’s why doctors, nurses, psychologists, contractors, real estate brokers, accountants, veterinarians, and other professionals rely on Klinedinst’s experienced attorneys to represent them in defense of their professional licenses.
The firm’s attorneys represent clients before several regulatory bodies, including:
- California Board of Pharmacy
- California Board of Psychology
- California Board of Registered Nursing
- California Department of Real Estate
- California Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers (BREA)
- California Contractors State License Board
- California Department of Insurance
- California Medical Board
- California Veterinary Medical Board
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA)
- And many, many others.
Administrative actions brought by these boards are complicated, requiring mastery of a different set of rules and procedures than most litigators are used to. Klinedinst attorneys understand the complexities and challenges of defending a client in an administrative setting. The firm’s attorneys are located strategically across the entire state, and are able to navigate the maze of regulations and procedures each case presents.
Professionals facing a threat to their license need the confidence and peace of mind that only a dedicated, capable attorney can instill. And ensuring our clients have quality attorneys by their side during these high-stakes hearings is what Klinedinst is all about. We strive to achieve excellent results, whether through trial or settlement, in each and every case.
To learn more, contact a Klinedinst lawyer today.
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