Running a professional practice, no matter the industry, takes a lot of focus and commitment. You need to have a license in that profession in order to operate a practice legally. You must also ensure that the license is kept in good standing. Issues can arise with your professional practice without warning. Here's how an attorney can help you defend the practice.
Owning a business is stressful enough due to daily operations, dealing with staff, pleasing clients and much more. Litigation only adds to that stress and can hurt the overall image of your business. So, how do you protect my business from litigation?
Administrative litigation in Ohio is much different from civil litigation, which typically involves torts or business litigation. It's important to understand what administrative litigation is and how it works in the state in the event that you are facing such an issue.
Tuesday, April 4, was Equal Pay Day this year -- the date at which the average American woman finally earns the amount her male peer earned by Dec. 31 of the previous year. This year, Google made a gutsy announcement:
Did you know that many people who have been convicted of criminal offenses can have difficulty obtaining professional licenses? If you have been convicted of a crime, you may face administrative litigation that makes it hard for you to proceed with your career. Estimates show that nearly 70 million Americans have criminal records that make it difficult for them to pursue professional licensure. Now, experts are advocating for some of those rules to be relaxed so convicts can return to work after serving their time.