Is a California pain doctor -- much-beloved by her patients and respected by her peers -- really putting her patients at risk of death by overprescribing opioids to some and allowing others to be on dangerous combos of opioids and benzodiazepines?
A legal malpractice claim against you is one of the top things that could put your license in jeopardy -- so it's critically important to understand what is likely to bring that kind of trouble to your doorstep.
One of the worst nightmares an attorney can experience is an accusation of malpractice -- and that can happen very easily if you make a mistake during the discovery process. Aside from putting your client in a bad position, you could be putting your career in jeopardy as well.
"Hey, you're an attorney! I have a question for you!"
An attorney's job isn't always the easiest. No matter which area of law you practice, you probably have a first-hand look at people who are going through some of the darkest days of their lives. All too frequently, you may have to deliver clients the bad news that they can't get exactly what they want.
There's nothing that makes news faster than allegations of misconduct by a teacher -- especially when it directly involves a child in some way. Once an allegation is made, it can ruin your reputation and standing in your community for years to come.
A California doctor prescribed cannabis cookies to a 4-year-old. Now, he's lost his license to practice -- but not why you probably think.
A Santa Clara attorney was recently suspended by the State Bar of California over improper billing procedures. The suspension will last a year, followed by a three-year period of probation.
When you are a medical provider, the threat of losing your license can loom large in your mind. It's hard not to wonder whether the mistakes you make -- at work or in your private life -- will come back to haunt you.
Could losing your real estate license be easier than you think? Just like other professionals, realtors are held to a high standard by both the National Association of Realtors and the California Bureau of Real Estate. What might put your real estate license in danger?