California is making it easier for people with a criminal record to obtain professional licenses effective July 1, 2020. AB-2138 restricts licensure criteria of 37 licensing boards within the DCA for denying, suspending or revoking licensure based due to criminal convictions.
California enacted the “Patient’s Right to Know Act” SB 1448 on July 1, 2019 which requires that physicians facing a probationary discipline action obtain a signed disclosure form from all patients before their next appointment.
Medical Board of California statistics show during 2009-2018 complaints and investigations of Physicians and Surgeons surged 69% from 6,437 to 10,888 per year. Complaints of gross negligence and unprofessional conduct were by far the most prevalent with the public.
Medical Board of California data shows the practice areas with the most medical malpractice settlements are Obstetrics, Internal Medicine, Radiology, Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery and Gynecology.
The national research company Expertise.com has recognized Chudnovsky Law as one of the 15 best criminal defense lawyers in Los Angeles, California after evaluating 2,779 criminal defense law firms serving the Los Angeles metro area.
California Board of Registered Nursing statistics show 9,067 nurse complaints and conviction/arrest notices in Fiscal Year 2019. Here we review complaint statistics, the most common types of complaints and the complaint process.
The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that Tsion Chudnovsky of Chudnovsky Law has been selected for inclusion into its Top 100 Trial Lawyers, an honor given to only an elite group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the practice of criminal defense.
“Tsion is a wonderful, warm hearted attorney. My felony case took over a year to resolve during covid…She got me a second chance and kept me from going to prison! Not only that, she has made me feel better about myself and focused on making my life what I want it to be. Thank you for everything Tsion!”