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Is California attorney disbarment or suspension a rare occurrence?

It can be quickly and emphatically noted in response to today’s above-posed blog headline query that California regulators are anything but lax when it comes to attorney discipline.

Put another way: Any person thinking that legal authorities only occasionally clamp down hard on select attorneys would be wrong.

CA realtors: Get a license and you’re ready to go, right?

You saw an attractive career opportunity meshing with your personality and skill set, and you took it. You duly fulfilled all the regulatory requirements posited for becoming a realtor in California, and now you’re ready to embark on a successful career, salesperson’s license in hand.

Wait just a moment. There might be a bit more to it than that.

Why is student debt a core issue for a licensed CA professional?

Americans collectively shoulder sizable debt from many sources. Mortgage and rent outlays are an obvious and recurring obligation. Legions of people struggle with credit card exactions. Material and unforeseen costs routinely surface for individuals challenged by unexpected medical bills.

And then there is student loan debt, an onus that reportedly saddles Americans to a greater degree than it does the residents of any other country. Indeed, the debt levels amassed by some individuals in the United States to secure necessary training/degrees and professional credentials exceed the total price tag for a family home.

What is medical peer review, and what are its implications?

We spotlight on our license-defense website at the California Century Law Group a singular proceeding that sometimes occurs in the medical profession.

That is hospital peer review, a process “designed to address concerns about conduct or quality of care provided by a doctor … or other type of medical specialist.”

Recent White House spat features security clearance intrigue

Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are acting in ways that children fighting over a toy in a sandbox might readily understand.

Accusations. Denunciations. Mutual finger pointing.

California attorneys’ objections to new proposal understandable

It’s imminent.

What is just around the near-calendar bend is a State Bar of California study focused on the prospect of mandatory malpractice insurance for all of the state’s practicing attorneys.

California health care regulators seek to revoke MD’s license

It is eminently clear that the Medical Board of California commands considerable power and oversight over health care professionals across the state. The agency has a broad mandate to protect the public’s health, and does so through regulating care providers and being the arbiter over all license-linked matters.

We note on our website at the experienced license-defense Century Law Group (with multiple offices spanning the state) that a doctor’s professional credentials “may come under review as a result of many different factors.”

How should a licensed California professional handle a fee dispute?

Readers of our blogs at the California Century Law Group likely know that there is no single answer to the above post headline.

Every fee dispute between a licensed California business professional and a third party has a unique fact pattern. Some disagreements can be resolved through direct discussions or mediation. Other fires must be doused through formal negotiation and a bit of applied pressure. And some must proceed to a courtroom.

California law focuses on doctors’ misconduct

California became the first American state last autumn to take patients’ rights against alleged physician wrongdoers to a higher level.

We spotlight in today’s blog post The Patient’s Right to Know Act of 2018. It greatly empowers California patients seeking information about confirmed misconduct committed by their doctors. Patients already had some power in that regard prior to the passage of what is also termed Senate Bill 1448. The Medical Board of California has for some time operated an online application that enables users to be notified of MD wrongdoing.

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