Professional License Defense In Milwaukee and Surrounding Areas
If you are in a profession or business that requires a special license to operate and that license is threatened for any reason, you must take steps to protect it. Even if you firmly believe the threat (whatever it is) is not at all serious, you have to remember that it’s not your opinion that will count if the matter is ever considered by your licensing agency or organization.
At The Law Office of Mark E. Sostarich in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, we protect the licenses of businesses and individuals who have been accused of professional ethics violations and other licensing-related offenses. We have decades of experience doing this type of work and have successfully represented clients before many licensing agencies and authorities. We’re confident that experience can benefit you or your business as well.
Schedule a free initial consultation with Wisconsin professional license defense lawyer Mark E. Sostarich today by calling our Walworth County offices at 800-837-6956 (toll free) or by completing a brief email contact form.
An AV Preeminent-Rated* Attorney, A Statewide Practice
Our firm provides effective professional license defense representation to nearly every type of professional (except attorneys) or business that requires one to operate.
- Mental health professionals
- Social workers
- Real estate businesses
Attorney Mark E. Sostarich has been practicing law, conducting trials and handling appeals in Wisconsin since 1978. He holds an AV Preeminent peer review rating* through Martindale-Hubbell and routinely represents clients in Milwaukee County, Kenosha County, Racine County, Jefferson County, Dane County and other counties throughout the state.
Attorney Sostarich‘s extensive experience with civil trials and appeals is a valuable asset to have in your corner for several reasons. One major reason is that the skills it takes to be successful in a courtroom are also applicable to hearings before administrative agencies. A second is that an adverse decision by a professional examining board or licensing agency can generally be appealed to the circuit courts and, if necessary, to the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court.
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