Book a Professional License Consultation


As a California licensed health care professional, it is common to need an initial legal analysis and advice for your situation to review options and decide how best to proceed.

Some common questions and analysis include:

  • What can you expect in an anticipated or pending disciplinary action?

  • How to minimize the consequences of a disciplinary action?

  • What preparation or steps can you take before a disciplinary case is initiated?

  • Review the case and provide advise on legal strategies.

  • How will a DUI or criminal charge affect your license?

  • How to handle a criminal charge or investigation for the best outcome?

  • If other criminal defense counsel is utilized on a criminal or DUI matter, provide advice on optimal plea deal terms to minimize license consequences.

Our seasoned former government prosecutor is adept at navigating licensing boards and the complex intersection of California licensing, criminal and Federal laws.

Robert Weinberg offers hourly consultations via phone or in our Newport Beach office. Robert is fluent in english, spanish, italian, portuguese and hebrew.

A 1 hour license consultation with Robert Weinberg costs $425.

If you choose to engage Mr Weinberg for the matter discussed within 30 days, the consultation fee will be credited to the fee for your case so the consult will be Free.

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Robert K. Weinberg


 

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FAQs

How to get the most out of a consultation?

  1. Have your relevant records with you and be prepared answer questions. Bring any accusation, demand letter or other communications to/from your licensing board. If there are criminal charges and/or prior matters, have the records, police report and any applicable criminal statutes you have been charged with.

  2. Bring a list of the questions you want answered.

 

What kinds of licensed professionals do you represent?

We represent all California licensed health care professionals, including those licensed by:

  • Acupuncture Board

  • Board of Behavioral Sciences

  • Board of Chiropractic Examiners

  • Board of Occupational Therapy

  • Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians

  • California Board of Occupational Therapy

  • California Board of Podiatric Medicine

  • California Board of Registered Nursing

  • California State Board of Optometry

  • California State Board of Pharmacy

  • Dental Board of California

  • Dental Hygiene Committee of California

  • Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

  • Medical Board of California

  • Osteopathic Medical Board of California

  • Physical Therapy Board of California

  • Physician Assistant Board

  • Respiratory Care Board of California

 

Do you represent healthcare businesses?

We represent health care businesses and corporations for licensing defense, Medicare, Medical insurance reimbursement, DEA diversion and patient care matters. We serve the needs of healthcare businesses such as:

  • Hospitals

  • Senior care and assisted living facilities

  • Adult day health care businesses

  • At home health care providers and agencies

  • Long term health care facilities

  • Pharmacies

  • Pharmaceutical distributors, vendors and wholesalers

  • Skilled nursing facilities (SNF)

 

Why is there a fee for legal consultation/analysis?

Time spent consulting with a highly skilled licensing and criminal defense attorney can be one of the most important conversations in your life. When your career is on the line, you need an experienced attorney who knows how to protect you and skillfully resolve your matter.

During the consult you have the opportunity to get key information needed to making costly, major life decisions and evaluate your attorney. You should make these decisions based on experienced advice and an accurate understanding of the laws.

Charging a refundable fee allows us to focus our attention and invest time exploring the factors that will be important to help achieve your goals.

Even if you think you have just a few simple questions, that is rarely the case. Licensing law is one of the most complex and technical areas of US law with constantly changing rules and subtleties that require skillful interpretation and analysis of many factors.

 

What is the new Patient’s Right to Know Act?

California’s “Patient’s Right to Know Act” effective July 1, 2019 requires licensees disclose to patients if they are subject to any board disciplinary action before their next patient appointment.

Patients must sign a written disclosure if their doctor has been placed on probation for sexual misconduct, drug or alcohol abuse, inappropriate prescriptions or criminal convictions that involve harm to a patient.

The law applies to all healing arts licensees, including those licensed by:

  • Medical Board of California

  • California Board of Podiatric Medicine

  • Osteopathic Medical Board of California

  • Naturopathic Medicine Committee

  • State Board of Chiropractic Examiners

  • Acupuncture Board

 
 

Office Location

 
 

CHUDNOVSKY LAW
23 Corporate Plaza Drive, Suite 150
Newport Beach, CA 92660
949-750-2500
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