What To Do If Your California Department of Insurance License is Under Investigation.

Posted on March 17, 2020

As a professional of the California Department of Insurance, you have invested years of your life completing necessary education requirements. Your hard work has paid off and helped you achieve large milestones in your career. Then, something happens, and your license is in jeopardy. You are now under investigation for a criminal or ethical mistake and potentially facing disciplinary action. Depending on the nature of your investigation, the licensing board can immediately initiate revocation or suspension of your license. A professional license defense attorney can help you fight these allegations and get back on track. Causes for Disciplinary Action The


How to Host a Compliant 420 Event

Posted on March 12, 2020

If you have a Cannabis event license in California, you’ve probably started thinking about launching a big 420 event for your community. Although it can be a great turnout, there are many compliance and regulation laws you want to include in your event plan. On-site Sales and Consumption Like many big events in a variety of industries, customers are expecting to spend money. When planning your 420 celebration event, it’s important to decide whether you will have products available for purchase. If you choose to do this, there are few rules and requirements you must follow: The transportation of products


Defending an Accusation Against my Pharmacy License

Posted on March 10, 2020

Pharmacists have a large responsibility to keep others safe. Your job is vital to providing patients the accurate medication they are prescribed. When you are accused of a crime, your license can be disciplined in the form of probation, suspension or revocation.  Examples of these convictions are domestic disputes, a DUI, or drug charges. Whatever the details of your case are, you’ll need the assistance of a professional license attorney to defend the Accusation filed against you by the Board of Pharmacy.   Here’s what the process looks like: Get Help from a Professional License Attorney The sooner you get help,


Licensing Requirements for Common Cannabis Companies

Posted on March 5, 2020

In the Cannabis industry, there are several types of companies you can start. Each differs in requirements for obtaining a license as well. Below are three common Cannabis business licenses you can apply for in California. Retail In the state of California, dispensaries are popping up in almost every city. These retail storefronts offer a variety of products to their customers. As a business owner, you’re required to ensure your marketing, design, site planning, and public outreach follow the Cannabis laws and regulations. If you’re looking to open your own dispensary, you’ll need to take care of a few things


Dual Lawsuits Will Determine Where Cannabis Can Be Delivered

Posted on February 27, 2020

Delivery is a hot ticket item in the Cannabis Industry and has resulted in a court case filed by multiple California cities against the Bureau of Cannabis Control (“BCC”). Cannabis delivery services, a subsection that falls under the category of retail for purposes of licensing, allows customers to place orders via phone or online and then have their products delivered directly to their doors. Those in the cannabis space are clamoring for local municipalities to expand licensing to permit delivery because it’s significantly cheaper than running a traditional brick and mortar store.  Although delivery is popular for many customers, very few


What Kind of Convictions Will Lead to an EMT Certification Denial?

Posted on February 25, 2020

Emergency medical technicians (EMT) are often the first ones on-site in life-threatening emergencies. As a professional, your passion is saving lives. You’ve spent countless hours preparing for your career as an EMT, but mistakes from your past could be threatening your future. If you have criminal convictions on your record, your EMT certification could be denied and require you to work with application appeal lawyers. What convictions can cause your certification to be denied? Repeat Offender To become an EMT, applicants must be certified by the National Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT). If your past presents you as an unreliable individual


Where Is the Best Place to Start a Cannabis Business in California?

Posted on February 20, 2020

The Cannabis industry is exploding in legalized states across the country. California alone has over 10,000 Cannabis businesses. These booming businesses expand all the way from the northern tip to the southern border. With so many individuals starting their own Cannabis businesses, proper real estate is hard to come by and difficult to secure. So,  where is the best place to set up your business? The short answer, it depends. Regulations vary from city to city throughout California. This is why it’s imperative to work with someone who knows the industry. Don’t go shopping without a professional. Professional license attorneys


What Convictions Affect My Medical License?

Posted on February 18, 2020

As a health care worker with a California professional license, your license status affects your livelihood. Whether your medical license supports your career as a doctor or nurse, criminal convictions can lead to your license being suspended or revoked depending on the specifics of your case. This is why you need a professional license defense lawyer. If you have received a conviction, working with a professional license attorney can help you manage all the details of your case. Disciplinary Action for Doctors The Medical Board of California states that a conviction related to unprofessional conduct may result in disciplinary action.


Common Compliance Mistakes

Posted on February 13, 2020

The Bureau of Cannabis Control has specific compliance requirements for all marijuana-related businesses. Everything from the packaging to delivery is required for following licensing specifications. Businesses that do not adhere to these can have their license suspended or even revoked. Could your business be at risk? Here are common compliance mistakes many of our clients come to us with. Operating Without a License Cannabis businesses running without proper licenses in California are quickly being removed from the market to make room for legitimate operations. However, some businesses fall out of compliance without realizing it. It could be due to an


What Do I Do If My Real Estate License Application Was Rejected?

Posted on February 11, 2020

You’ve dreamed about becoming a real estate agent for years. You’ve spent countless hours studying for your exam, meeting with professional mentors, and learning your market. You take your test, ace it, and anxiously wait for the results. You know that your hard work paid off, and you should be receiving an acceptance any day now. Instead, you receive a rejection letter. The California Department of Real Estate found some past mistakes in your background check and are now questioning your integrity. We understand this heartbreaking moment. So many of our clients have been in the same position. Don’t panic;


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