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Professional Licensing Defense

Complaints filed with state licensing boards can have serious consequences and should be addressed immediately.  A disciplinary review or investigation can have a lasting, negative impact on your career. If you receive a communication from a licensing board about a complaint or an investigation, you should contact an attorney for legal assistance as soon as possible. 

Ford, Parshall & Baker attorneys have substantial experience defending against complaints filed with state licensing matters boards.  Our attorneys represent clients in a wide variety of professions, including accountants, lawyers, brokers, engineers, real estate agents, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, chiropractors, dentists, therapists and other medical professionals.

Licensing and disciplinary review actions can arise in different ways:

  • Complaint from a client, patient or customer
  • Complaint from another member of your profession
  • Questions originating from a license application or renewal
  • Criminal charges

FPB attorneys provide a comprehensive defense to licensing complaints and disciplinary review proceedings.  Our goal is to resolve the matter satisfactorily and help you maintain your license and professional reputation.

Contact a professional license defense attorney for more information

Contact Ford, Parshall & Baker as soon as you receive information that your license is being investigated. Call us at 573-449-2613 or contact our Columbia office online to schedule your initial consultation. Let our experience be your relief during this potentially stressful time. 

Our Office
  • Columbia Office
    3210 Bluff Creek Drive
    Columbia, Missouri 65201-3525
    Phone: 573-449-2613
    Fax: 573-875-8154
FPB NEWS
  • "Ford Parshall & Baker congratulates the attorneys listed in the 2014 publication of Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers: Hamp Ford was named as a Super Lawyer in the area of Personal Injury Medical Malpractice Defense, Jeff Parshall was named as a Super Lawyer in the area of Civil Litigation Defense, and Emily Little and Josh Devine were named as Rising Stars in the area of Civil Litigation Defense."

  • "On behalf of the Missouri Insurance Coalition and the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Jill Jackson authored an Amicus brief in a pending Missouri Supreme Court case, Dutton v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company. July 2014.Ford Parshall & Baker welcomed Clayton Thompson as an associate attorney. June 2014."

  • "Hamp Ford and Jill Jackson won a declaratory judgment holding that an insurance policy was not ambiguous regarding the identity of the named insured, and the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment in Columbia Mutual Insurance Company v. Grain Bin Supply Company et al., (Per Curium Order, May 13, 2014)."

  • "Jill Jackson moderated a continuing legal education seminar with a panel of judges from several of Missouri's judicial circuits. April 2014.Jeff Parshall and Michael Robertson won an appeal for their client in Executive Board of Missouri Baptist Convention v. Windermere Baptist Conference Center, Inc. et al., 430 S.W.3d 274 (Mo.App. S.D. 2014). "

  • "The Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment in favor of Ford, Parshall & Baker's client enforcing a mechanic’s lien on a condominium construction project at the Lake of the Ozarks. Grau Contracting, Inc. v. Captiva Lake Investments, LLC, 429 S.W.3d 472 (Mo.App. S.D. 2014)."