What do insurance agents, medical professionals, and financial experts all have in common? Chances are that each has a professional license that is subject to the rules and regulations promulgated by one of Ohio's approximately 300 state executive branch agencies.
Just how important is your professional license as a nurse? For many of us, professional licensure determines our ability to make a living - and any threat to it can pose an administrative law nightmare. Trying to defend your professional licensure on your own after a mistake or misstep can be exhausting. That is why you should consider seeking the help of administrative litigation specialists.
When it comes to gathering information for your professional services litigation case, economic authorities are often more harmful than helpful. New administrative law measures from the Securities and Exchange Commission could change that, though, with new regulations that provide additional information for the "forgotten investor." Too often, experts say, investors struggle to find company information in lengthy public filings. A new set of requirements could provide more transparency, allowing investors to make better personal decisions with regards to their administrative litigation.
Many people say they do not like their jobs, but perhaps you are one of the few who enjoys the work you do, the customers you meet and the people with whom you work. Being a pharmacy technician can be demanding, but it can also be rewarding. You may love the position you have or aspire to work your way through pharmacy school.
A few weeks back, our blog spent some time discussing what exactly administrative law encompasses and how, unbeknownst to most, this area of the law affects so many important aspects of their personal and professional lives.
Thanks to everything from nightly news broadcasts and online media outlets to popular television shows and films, most people have a general understanding of how the legal system works in many areas and what to anticipate should they find themselves somehow involved in the process. For example, most people are familiar with how a divorce typically works, the issues it will decide and the forums in which it can be resolved.
When a person unexpectedly finds himself or herself ensnared in civil or criminal law matter, it's not uncommon for them to rapidly feel very frustrated. Indeed, much of this frustration stems from the fact that the terms, the venues and even the hearings in which they're participating differ significantly from what they were expecting or are inherently confusing.
To the average person, the State of Ohio Liquor Control Commission may seem like just another governmental entity tasked with matters beyond their control or otherwise of little consequence. To restauranteurs, bar owners and liquor store operators, however, it is an agency that casts a long shadow over their affairs and wields considerable power.