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California Business License Defense Case Results

In the Matter of the California Air Resources Board Notice of Violations Against Michigan Manufacturer: The client, a Michigan manufacturer of aftermarket Electronic Control Units (ECUs), received an investigation notice from the California Air Resources Board, known as CARB, or ARB. ARB commenced an investigation into the Michigan company for a number of vehicle violations. These ECUs allegedly led to an increase in emissions and violated a number of California Air Pollution Control rules and regulations. ARB issued the company Notices of Violation. The company faced fines and penalties of $12,800,000. At a Settlement Conference, ARB offered to settle the matter for...
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California Financial License Defense Case Results

In the Matter of the California Department of Insurance Accusation Against Insurance Agent: The California Department of Insurance filed an Accusation against a Los Angeles based Insurance company. The client previously received FINRA discipline due to failing to report unpaid debts. The client entered into a Consent Agreement with FINRA that he failed to report to the California Department of Insurance. The client presented extensive character rehabilitation, mitigation and evidence of future prospects via a settlement proposal. The California Department of Insurance entered into a Stipulated Agreement (settlement) with the client. The client received a Restricted Insurance License. In the...
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California Medical License Defense Case Results

In the Matter of the Medical Board of California Accusation Against Doctor/Physician: A Los Angeles Doctor/Physician, practicing as an ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat), faced a Medical Board of California Accusation. The Doctor/Physician was accused of Gross Negligence in the Practice of Medicine, Repeated Acts of Negligence and the Failure to Maintain Adequate Records. A settlement proposal submitted to the Medical Board of California provided a convincing argument that the allegations lacked substantiating evidence. The Medical Board of California entered into a Stipulated Agreement (settlement) with the Doctor/Physician. The client received a Public Letter of Reprimand, known as a PLR....
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California Professional License Defense Case Results

In the Matter of the California Contractors State License Board Accusation Against Contractor: The client, a C-33 Painting Contractor in the Los Angeles area, received an Accusation from the California Contractors State License Board. Five years earlier, the client had been convicted of felony Assault With a Deadly Weapon arising from a Domestic Violence incident in Santa Barbara County. CSLB received evidence of the conviction subsequent to the client being convicted for the felony criminal offense. The matter proceeded to a Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge at the California Office of Administrative Hearings in Los Angeles. A Statute of Limitations...
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