What is the difference between a censure and a public reprimand as it pertains to a licensed professional within the state of North Carolina? A public reprimand is going to be written, and it is essentially going to be a slap on the wrist, but a public one. [27 NCAC .0103(5)]. A censure is going […]
If a licensee is being questioned by an investigator for a Board or State Agency, do they have the right or option to have an attorney present? Yes, they do have the right or option to have an attorney present. This comes down to whether or not you have to cooperate with a state agency
FAQ #6 Do I Have to Self-Report an Arrest to My State Agency or Licensing Board in the State of North Carolina?
Do I have to self-report an arrest to my licensing board or agency in North Carolina? The answer to that question like many others, unfortunately, is it really depends on your state board or licensing agency. Here’s the thing though: there are arrests and then there are convictions. There are arrests for something like a
FAQ #5 Is My Employer in North Carolina Required by My Licensing Board or Agency to Report Me if There is an Investigation Against Me at Work?
Is my employer in North Carolina required by my licensing board or agency to report me if there is an investigation at work against me? An investigation at work would obviously be related to performance, possible ethics violation, or things of that nature. However, whether they report you is Board or Agency specific. Your employer
FAQ #4 What Do I Do if a Professional Licensing Board or Agency Inspector Shows up at My Business and Wants to do an Inspection on it?
What do I do if a professional licensing board or agency inspector shows up at my business and wants to do an inspection on it? This does not really happen a lot with many licensed professionals that own businesses, but it does happen. For example, it happens with licensed cosmetologists and licensed barbers [21 NCAC
FAQ #3 Do I Have To Cooperate With A NC Licensing Board or State Agency’s Request For Documentation?
Today’s blog is number three in our Frequently Asked Questions series. Third question is, do I have to cooperate with a North Carolina Licensing Board or state agency’s request for documentation? So, this is similar to number two in this series where I discussed cooperating with an investigator or having to speak with an investigator
Since we get a lot of questions every month about licensing issues, we’ve created a frequently asked question series. This is part two in the frequently asked questions series. This week’s question is do I have to speak with an investigator from a North Carolina board or state agency if a complaint is ongoing? The
FAQ #1 Am I prohibited from using my NC professional license while a licensing complaint is pending?
My name is Nick Dowgul, the owner and founder of North State Law where we safeguard your professional license so you can get back to business. This is blog #1 in a frequently asked question series that will feature seven blogs. The question below is the one that I receive the most, hence the reason
North State Law safeguards your professional license so you can get back to business.We have been helping licensed professionals like yourself to keep up with the dynamic laws and regulations in North Carolina through our blogs, social media, and videos.Today’s blog is about family childcare homes in the State of North Carolina. What Is A
North State Law safeguards your professional license so you can get back to business. We get this question fairly frequently from general contractors, nurses, doctors, lawyers, etc. about whether or not licensees in the state of North Carolina have to cooperate with an investigation into a complaint by a board or state agency.And the answer