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Administrative Law Topics

We are a California Administrative Law firm that practices Professional License Defense

Administrative Law Topics

California Administrative Law Lawyer

There are numerous special topics unique to California Administrative Law. It is important to retain an attorney with knowledge of complex California Administrative Law topics. Special topics in California Administrative Law are:

  • Criminal Conviction Referrals
  • Disciplinary Process
  • Expungements
  • Interim Suspension Order

California Administrative Law Attorney

Our firm practices California Administrative Law. Administrative Law in California is also known as Professional License Defense. Professional License Defense encompasses Business License Defense, Financial License Defense and Medical License Defense. Millions of individuals and businesses in California maintain licenses issued by California Administrative Licensing Boards.

The majority of California Professional License disciplinary investigations begin with the filing of a consumer Complaint. However, disciplinary Investigations also occur through sting operations, criminal conviction referrals and criminal investigations. Disciplinary investigations can result in a Citation, an Accusation or no discipline. A formal Accusation served on a California Professional Licensee provides notice to a Professional licensee that the Board intends to revoke the individual’s Professional License.

The California Office of Administrative Hearings, also known as OAH, maintains several Court Hearing locations. OAH is the Court venue for Administrative Law disciplinary actions. These Court locations are in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento and San Diego. In some instances, Hearings may be held offsite in Bakersfield, Fresno, Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Francisco, San Jose or Ventura. The Administrative Law Hearing is a formal Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.

Licensees facing an Administrative Law Investigation, Citation or Accusation should contact a California Administrative Law Lawyer for representation.