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Milwaukee healthcare license defense lawyerBy Attorney Kristen Nelson

On Friday, March 27, 2020, Governor Tony Evers Issued Emergency Order #16, relating to certain health care providers and the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS). The Order applies to all heath care providers in various licensing situations. The purpose of the order is to increase the availability of health care providers in Wisconsin during this health crisis. One group that is addressed in the order are out-of-state licensed health care professionals who are currently living in Wisconsin. Under certain circumstances, an out-of-state licensed health care professional may be able to practice in Wisconsin without first obtaining a temporary or permanent license.

Normally, a health care provider licensed in another state needs to go through the licensing process in Wisconsin. Under Governor Evers’ order, a health care provider with a valid and current license issued by another state is able to practice under that license and within the scope of that license in Wisconsin. The license holder does not need to first obtain a temporary or permanent license from DSPS prior to starting work if the following conditions are met:

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Milwaukee doctor license defense attorney coronavirusBy Attorney Kristen Nelson

Over the past week, we have entered unprecedented times. Daily, new Coronavirus cases are confirmed, and the death toll continues to rise. Social distancing has become the norm, and it is now considered the polite thing to do.

It is easy during these unsettling times to want to bend the rules. However, for licensed healthcare professionals, bending the rules during this health crisis could result in long-term consequences professionally. It is important to remember that the regulations governing licensed professionals still apply even during these times.

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Milwaukee real estate broker license defense attorneyBy Attorney Kristen Nelson

With any professional license issued in Wisconsin, certain rules and regulations must be followed to keep and utilize said license. Licensed real estate brokers are required to follow federal and state laws within their profession. A broker who fails to follow these laws or who commits unprofessional conduct may face disciplinary action against their license. Anyone facing discipline to a real estate broker’s license should work with a professional license defense attorney to determine their legal options.

Disciplinary Issues for Real Estate Brokers

The Wisconsin Real Estate Examining Board handles all licensing, certifications, allegations, and disciplinary actions involving those with a Wisconsin real estate broker license. The Board may revoke, suspend, or limit the license of a real estate broker who has committed any of the following:

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Milwaukee WI physical therapist license defense attorneyWisconsin physical therapists know that their license to practice must be closely guarded. Losing or having any restrictions on your license will have a negative impact on your business and your reputation in the community.

Licensing issues can come up at any point when one is applying for a license or after a license has been issued. A physical therapist’s license can be threatened by a complaint filed by a patient or other person. In these instances, the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Examining Board may send out an investigator to gather more information.

An investigator will attempt to speak with the physical therapist whose license is at issue. While it is not recommended, some physical therapists will not consult an attorney in advance of this meeting or bring an attorney to the interview.

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Wisconsin pharmacist license defense lawyerIn order to practice as a pharmacist in Wisconsin, you must be properly licensed. Professional licenses ensure that pharmacists have a complete education, remain up to date on medical information, are providing adequate care to patients, and are known to the state. Pharmacists should be aware of issues that could affect their license and their ability to continue practicing pharmacy.

Pharmacist License Denial

There are a variety of ways that a pharmacist’s license can be put in danger by the State of Wisconsin Pharmacy Examining Board, which is a division of the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. A license application may be denied, or a license may not be renewed because of a missed deadline, an alleged misrepresentation on the renewal application, or a failure to complete continuing education.

Pharmacist License Discipline

A licensed pharmacist could lose his or her license for engaging in unprofessional conduct. This conduct may include actions such as fraudulent billing or operating without proper licensing. 

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