Archive, October 2017.

Falsifying information – whether by deception or omission – is a serious issue that may result in adverse licensing actions from the Texas Board of Nursing (BON). Sadly, many nurses are inclined to think that falsification begins and ends at lying about one’s credentials or scope of practice – and nothing could be further from the truth. Learn more about falsification in the nursing industry, discover what you may be up against if you are accused of committing this action in your practice, and discover how an experienced attorney can help protect your nursing license from suspension …
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Texas Medical Board investigations can be stressful and daunting. In extreme situations, they may even induce fear and worry over what could happen to your practice or reputation – but does this necessarily mean that one should surrender their medical license while an investigation is still underway? What if you believe you are guilty of the of acts or infractions that the Board has accused you of committing? Learn more about protecting your Texas medical license, including how to tell when a surrender of it may be warranted, and discover how an experienced professional license defense …
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While most people know that intentional or willful tax evasion is illegal, there are some who fail to weigh the consequences before trying to outsmart the government. Yet, in most instances, tax evasion stems not from intention, but from poor record keeping, procrastination, accidental oversight, or failure to seek competent assistance. Sadly, the reasons or factors of your tax evasion case may be irrelevant when it comes to your medical license – at least as far as the Texas Medical Board is concerned.
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In response to the growing opioid epidemic, state and federal agencies are cracking down on all potential medication sources – that includes advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) with prescriptive authority. Often targeted by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON), these healthcare professionals are encouraged to proactively protect their license from suspension and revocation.
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