My employer is saying that because I use expertise from a nursing education/experience, I have to keep my nursing license current. I do not provide direct patient care, nor does my job description require a clinical license.
answered on Dec 7, 2022
You are not required to maintain active RN licensure in CA but it is "best practices" to put your license on Inactive Status if you are not completing continuing education (maintaining clinical competency) and are not working under your RN license. However, many RNs prefer to keep their... Read more »
What type of lawyer do I need?
answered on May 11, 2022
You want an Admin. Law attorney but we are unable to assist you at this time, so you can call your local County Bar Association (Clark County, etc.) and secure a referral to qualified legal representation. However, I wanted to caution that you are required to file within 30 days of the adverse... Read more »
The question is with dual diagnose and the school not affording me a proper rep for my iep, what can be done and now they are forcing me to Trauancy hearing before a judge and all this is just retailation from last October aganist school.
answered on Mar 14, 2022
More information is needed, including WHAT your IEP entails and WHO you believe is not involved that should be included. You should not post any further details publicly, and I recommend you contact a qualified admin. law attorney who can provide you with a Free Consultation to explore your rights,... Read more »
answered on Jun 30, 2020
Yes, you can change your name without getting married. However, you should consult with a Family Law attorney to get the best advice before making any decisions. Good luck!
They are hiding from and trying to bury truth.
answered on Feb 14, 2020
Your question on this forum provides evidence that you may be attempting to file a frivolous lawsuit. More facts are needed and there are numerous Causes of Action that would form the basis of a claim against an educational institution, graduate school or otherwise.
answered on Jan 29, 2020
Contact your local County Bar Association and secure guidance from their Legislative Committee. We are submitting a Proposal for consideration, and have found the San Diego County Bar's Legis. Comm. to be extremely helpful in guiding/assisting our office. Good luck!
California Penal Code section 15 says that unless 1. Death or 2. Imprisonment or 3. Fine or 4. Removal from Office or 5. Disqualification to hold office is annexed upon conviction, there is no felony of misdemeanor.
answered on Dec 3, 2019
Your question does not make sense and you've indicated that you're represented by an attorney so no other lawyers can ethically provide legal advice absent your legal counsel's authorization/presence. Talk to your attorney and get him to provide answers in writing if you feel... Read more »
I was told that I would have a guaranteed spot back at the schools I taught at after my maternity leave was over. According to the district, due to "declining enrollment" they had to move some teachers around to teach at different schools for the following school year. They are giving me... Read more »
answered on Jun 6, 2019
No, you do not have a viable claim. They have accommodated your maternity leave and have alternative employment available for you to work when you return. Why would you want to sue the school district, and what damages would you claim? Emotional Distress for providing suitable alternative... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2019
What case...? The question is incomplete and, therefore, unanswerable.
My case happened last 2012 but I was arrested and convicted for misdemeanor false imprisonment and battery last 2014. I don't have any more money to pay for my lawyer to go trial and dont want to stay in jail for long. So I just took the deal given by the DA which is misdemeanor false... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2018
Yes, you may be able to obtain an LVN license but you will be required to disclose the conviction despite expungement. Many criminal defense attorneys don't realize that expungements do not make the convictions go away for professional licensing purposes and routinely provide their clients... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2018
Maybe. More facts are needed but if you actually had a wrong diagnosis and the physician breached the standard of care, within the applicable statute of limitations, you may have a legal claim. I suggest you call a medical malpractice attorney in your local jurisdiction for a Free Consultation to... Read more »
Following a car accident our health care provider released all of our family's medical records, including 3rd party medical records /3 people/ to the at fault party's insurance company. accident was december 2016/ potential hipaa violation / privilege violation was less than 90 days ago
answered on Mar 1, 2018
Yes, if there was an over broad production that didn't involve anyone in the accident and/or protected info. You can report the provider to the Medical Board and pursue a HIPAA violation claim but those are very difficult cases. Good luck!
sons teacher told him "you disgust me, i hope you get hit by a car"
He also said, "you're trash in football" says hes the reason they lost the game
belittles him infront of entire class
joins the mocking from other classmates
my son has a... Read more »
answered on Nov 7, 2017
You should definitely contact a local Personal Injury plaintiffs' attorney to fully discuss the case. Another option is to report the teacher to the CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing, which is the agency that regulates their license to work, and initiate an investigation. I think this... Read more »
I recently purchased corn nuts from my school's vending machine at lunch on September 20th, 2017. I had opened the bag and i proceeded to eat 2 corn nuts, what caught me off guard was the rancid taste and smell. I then checked the bag and the expiration date said July 9th 2015. I advised my... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2017
Who are you wanting to sue, your school or the vending machine company? Regardless, what are your actual damages aside from the horrible taste and rude school administrator? Lawsuits are not to be taken lightly, and no ethical attorneys would take such a case without you incurring serious damages... Read more »
Theses questions are more about proper courtroom procedures even though this was a Special Education Due Process hearing.
Hearing was open to the public and was recorded by the district and by me as well as by the presiding Administrative Law Judge. After going through my notes and... Read more »
answered on May 22, 2017
Why don't you have a lawyer representing you? Regardless, unless the evidence is self-authenticating you may not be able to introduce it into the record because you didn't raise/intro. it during hearing and Closing Argument is not the proper part of the process to bring in evidence. You... Read more »
There has been recent U.S review of the requirements for licensed R/E agents to record text and/or chat messages involving regulated activities such as transactions with clients. If such regulations are in place, can you give me a number reference in the California Code?
answered on Mar 23, 2017
I am unaware of any change in law requiring all text messages to be stored. Business and Professions Code Section 10148, and Civil Code Section 1624, governs Real Estate professionals' requirements to maintain records. The B&P Code explicitly states "This subdivision shall not be... Read more »
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