The Resources for Superior Results
Our firm is unique - we are one of a very few firms statewide devoted exclusively to the representation of licensed professionals and license applicants in their licensing issues. Put our extensive resources to work for you to see the difference that expert representation can provide.
Insights into the Process
Years of experience representing clients in thousands of cases, and in hundreds of hearings, means that we probably have seen a case from inception to outcome just like yours. Background knowledge of your licensing agency, easy familiarity with the rules and regulations involved, and insight into the policies that shape decisions, give our clients an edge that is lacking with more general legal practitioners.
Knowing the People and Institutions Who Make Decisions
Our daily work involves meeting with, calling and writing to hundreds of investigators, analysts, deputies, assistants, executive officers, staff attorneys, and deputy attorneys general. Knowledge of who the individuals are that operate a given agency, the ability to reach the correct person for the issue at hand, and having a relationship of trust and respect with those individuals, can make the difference between crafting and executing a solution versus becoming a victim of "the system." Only through our exclusive daily work on licensing issues could we build a knowledge base that we can use to navigate the bureaucracy of California state license discipline.
Access to Experts, Providers and Other Specialized Legal Counsel Nationwide
Our presence in the license regulation community and daily work gives us experience working with experts, service providers and attorneys, that can enable us to bring into a license defense team the right expert for a certain fact pattern, the right service provider to remedy a problem perceived by a licensing agency, or highly qualified counsel in another jurisdiction or legal area. As an example, we work with other licensing attorneys nationwide and even internationally to address multi-jurisdictional licensing issues, as well as inter-agency disciplinary matters and even federal and state hybrid licensing cases.