CPA Requirements in Florida

Soreide Law Group, conveniently located in South Florida, represents all Florida licensed CPA’s statewide in front of the Florida Board of Accountancy (BOA) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) regarding licensing issues. The following information should always be verified and is not meant as legal advice but as a representation of some of the […]


Florida CPA Investigation

The Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulations (DBPR) has within it, the Division of Certified Public Accounting and the Florida Board of Accountancy. They clearly state on their website what is, and what is not, within the Board’s jurisdiction to investigate.Soreide Law Group, is conveniently located in South Florida, and represents all Florida licensed […]


Florida Insurance License Denial Due to Criminal Record

Insurance Field representatives can be denied licensure by the Florida Division of Insurance if an Applicant has been found guilty of, or has pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to, any of the following crimes (listed below under Permanent Bar Felony Crimes), regardless of adjudication, is permanently barred from licensure if you’ve committed:Permanent Bar Felony Crimes: […]


Upcoming Florida Board of Accountacy (BOA) Meetings

Soreide Law Group is conveniently based in South Florida. We represent Florida licensed CPA’s statewide in front of the Florida Board of Accountancy (BOA) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) regarding licensing issues. For more information about defending your professional license please call for a no-cost consultation with an attorney at: (888) 760-6552. If you’ve been […]


Florida Board of Accountancy Complaints

Are you a licensed Florida Certified Public Accountant who has received a complaint? On the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s (DBPR) website they say that the professions and businesses regulated by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the disciplinary action that may be taken is administrative in nature.  These actions […]


Effects of a Disciplinary Action for Florida Nurses

It is important for someone who holds a professional license to be aware of the effects of a disciplinary action by a licensing board beyond the sanction that was agreed to or imposed on them. At times, the order can have far reaching consequences which could cause additional problems to the licensee.  Remember, you license […]


Does New Legislation Affect Pharmacists?

When Florida’s 2016 legislative session gave the authority to advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs) and physician assistants (PAs) to prescribe controlled substances, how does this now affect the licensed Florida pharmacists? As always, Soreide Law Group reminds all Florida licensed professionals to check with the proper authorities for the new and changing laws. After ARNPs […]


Protect Your Florida Nursing License

Most nurses only think about the Florida Board of Nursing when they are obtaining their license or when they are renewing their Florida nursing licenses. Most nurses rarely think about lawsuits that can affect their ability to practice nursing. Few nurses expect to give up their ability to earn money as a nurse because the […]


Florida Physician’s License in Jeopardy Over Accusations

A 49 year-old Central Florida physician, a certified pain specialist, has been accused of molesting six women patients while injecting pain medicine into their spine. He will appear before the Florida Board of Medicine to determine whether or not he will lose his license. The physician has denied, during the formal hearing, that he molested […]


The Florida Board of Medicine Fines and Reprimands Miami Psychiatrist For Over-Prescribing

On October 4th., 2013, the Florida Board of Medicine reprimanded and fined a Miami psychiatrist $15,000, four years after becoming a symbol of over-prescribing medications. Also, the agreement called for him to be evaluated for mental and behavioral fitness, for his medical practice to be assessed for risks, and for him to reimburse the state more […]