Tax preparers and accountants are subject to discipline at the federal level by IRS for misconduct. When investigating tax practitioners, in conduct cases (possible misconduct other than tax non-compliance), the Internal Revenue Service Office of Professional Responsibility (“OPR”) will typically send a pre-allegation notice letter, which notifies the practitioner of the investigation and invites the
Registered Nurses Must Report Criminal Convictions and Other Adverse Actions or Face Discipline
The California Board of Registered Nursing has made important changes to the duty of a nurse to report a criminal conviction or other license discipline and to cooperate with the Board’s investigation of that conviction. We have begun to see Board staff implement this new law in 2016.
Under Title 16 California Code of Regulations…
California Board of Registered Nursing Internet Disciplinary Records Policy
Our law firm has saved the licenses of numerous nurses, even in the face of multiple criminal convictions or allegations of gross negligence. However, we are often asked, “how long will my disciplinary documents will be on the internet?” Clients also wonder how much of their case will be able to be seen…
Nursing Board Reacts to Renewed Criticism
What are the factors behind this focus on, of all the professions, registered nursing, and why was the Governor so quick to move in response to criticism?
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