NR Law North Raleigh

Intelligent Solutions For North Carolina Business Law Disputes

Construction And Contractor Professional Misconduct Defense

At some point in your professional career, you may be accused of negligence, misconduct, or other action that threatens your reputation, license, and ability to work. If you have been accused of wrongdoing and are under investigation by the state licensing authority, it is important to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights and professional interests. At my firm, North Raleigh Law, I offer licensing board representation that is informed, strategic and focused on defense of professionals.

I’m attorney Bob Morton, and I understand how difficult and stressful it can be to have your professional license jeopardized. I take these matters very seriously.

Counsel And Advocacy Involving Licensing And Board Representation

My firm represents business clients, including lawyers, doctors, chiropractors, and professionals working in the construction industry, including general contractors, subcontractors, mechanics, plumbers and electricians. If a complaint has been lodged, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. You have a limited amount of time to collect and present evidence on your behalf. Your best option for closing and resolving a complaint will happen at the outset, before it goes to the full licensing board.

I am a Raleigh-based lawyer for licensing board representation experienced with cases involving allegations of:

  • Ethical violations
  • Breach of duty
  • Construction law
  • Complaints from customers
  • Misconduct
  • Wrongdoing
  • Violation of industry standards

Immediate Investigations To Protect Your Rights

I take an aggressive approach to defending your rights. My staff and I work proactively to collect relevant evidence, consult witnesses, review files and ensure that you are fully prepared for your hearing. It is important that if you are accused of wrongdoing, you do not admit fault, sign documents or make proposed resolutions without consulting with an experienced advocate who can defend your interests. Remember that what you say now could become part of the public record, which will affect your future business opportunities.

As the owner of a small firm, I understand the cost vs. benefit of services and will work to resolve your case with minimal impact on you personally, professionally and financially. As a Wake County construction defense lawyer, I am prepared to explore your defense options, protect your rights and work toward the best possible resolution in your case.

For more information about my representation before a North Carolina licensing board, please call 919-944-4856 or contact me by email to arrange a consultation.