He knows the law.

Because of his legal experience and relationship with the BRN (Board of Registered Nursing), he was able to negotiate a public reproval and avoid a court hearing and probation. I am so grateful and relieved. I would definitely recommend him.

-Cindy O., RN

Paul Chan is great

at what he does and I would recommend him to anyone being faced with accusations and charges from their Board. Paul is honest, hard working, and fair. He understands the process as well as has established relationships with the attorney's and people that make up the BRN.

-Tami M. RN

I am so thankful

for your expertise/ knowledge that you have demonstrated throughout my journey to keep my license as a professional registered nurse. I truly appreciate your professionalism and effort that I have respected from the first visit throughout my time with you .

-Debra J. RN

Sacramento Dentistry License Defense Attorney

Like medical doctors, nurses and lawyers, the dental profession also has its own regulatory scheme for licensing dentists and dental assistants. Also just like those other professions, violations of the administrative rules that govern licensees in their practice can result in serious consequences. If the Dental Board's enforcement personnel have contacted you, you need to contact an attorney immediately to help you protect your reputation and career.

My name is Paul Chan, and I am a Sacramento dentistry license defense lawyer. I have more than 15 years of experience defending the rights of my clients with regard to their professional licenses. Contact my law office online or call 916-520-3390 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Defense Against Accusations of Dentist Misconduct and Professional Malpractice

The Dental Board of California regulates the practice of dentistry. Under the California Dental Practice Act, dentists and licensed dental assistants may face license suspension and possible criminal charges for conduct violations. There are administrative rules regarding licensees in addition to the act that define those violations. A complaint can be filed against dental professionals who are accused of engaging in behavior including, but not limited to:

  • Criminal conduct
  • Practicing beyond the authorized scope of practice
  • Negligence
  • Practicing while intoxicated
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Allowing professional duties to be performed by unauthorized staff
  • Abuse of patients
  • Failure to maintain proper records

Proactively Fight to Keep Your License

The Dental Board has established an enforcement unit to investigate reported criminal and administrative violations by licensees. If the investigation yields evidence violations are likely to have taken place, suspected violators are referred for criminal or administrative prosecution. By this point, you need an experienced attorney to defend you against potentially disastrous outcomes that include license revocation or jail time.

I will investigate the charges against you thoroughly, starting with the complaint and the complainant. If the charges have no justification, I will do my utmost to bring the proceedings to a swift conclusion. If a hearing is necessary, I will provide calm, professional representation in making your case to the administrative law judge. Should an appeal to civil or criminal court be necessary, I can confidently continue to defend your rights.

Contact a San Jose Dentist Misconduct Defense Lawyer

For confident, capable and affordable representation in your administrative law or professional licensing matter, look no further than the Law Offices of Paul Chan. Please contact me online for a free consultation or call 916-520-3390. I look forward to hearing from you.