Each state licensing agency imposes professional standards on license holders in the form of statutes and regulations designed to protect the public. In many cases, these statutes specifically relate to the duties of your profession and are distinct from general misconduct. These duties may be based on the unique technical, practical, fiduciary, or ethical obligations of your profession.
Accordingly, statutory violations often constitute independent grounds for investigation even where no crime has been committed, no civil cause of action exists, and there is no otherwise apparent misconduct at issue.
How we can help
As experienced license defense attorneys, our representation can help you address allegations in the most productive way to minimize or even avoid disciplinary actions.