Professional License Lawyer in North Carolina

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What Should I know if I have a Dentist License in North Carolina?

Dentistry has been a staple in the U.S. since Paul Revere practiced dentistry on the side in the 1700s.  We have come a long way from the days of silversmiths moonlighting as dentists though.  North Carolina has required occupational licenses for dentists since enacting NCGS §90-22 in the early 20th century.  This statute, and article 2 as a whole, created …

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Professional License Law UPDATE-Application Denial

What is a General Licensing Non-Discrimination Law? General licensing non-discrimination laws prevent professional licensing boards from denying applicants with certain criminal records from licensure. In 2013, North Carolina enacted these non-discrimination laws. The scope of the laws were very limited. The laws did not extend to state agencies and did not allow for an appeal …

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What You Need to Know as a Licensed Pharmacist in North Carolina

As you can imagine, pharmacists have a lot of oversight when it comes to dispensing and disposing of prescription drugs. There are strict ethical rules that Pharmacists must abide by which were enacted by the licensing board. The NC Board of Pharmacy enacted ethical rules under 21 NCAC 46 .1201-.3501. The Board, through the NC Pharmacy Practice …

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How can I protect my nursing license in North Carolina?

Nurses are an integral part of the medical profession who must pass rigorous licensing exams after obtaining the appropriate degree. A nurse’s job is trying, difficult, important but, most notably, rewarding. The North Carolina Assembly enacted sections 90-171.20 through 90-171.48 and created the nursing licensure requirement. NC General Statute 90-171.43 & 21 NCAC 36 .0217 establish rules of professional conduct …

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