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Meet Nicholas Dowgul

Professional License Defense In North Carolina

The focus of North State Law is professional license defense, Office of Administrative Hearing actions, family law & civil litigation. Our office serves the entire state of North Carolina. We encourage people to reach out to us even if it’s not an area of law we practice because we love to help connect the public with attorneys we know and trust.

This firm believes in establishing a long-term relationship with our clients as well as making sure we are able to help our clients in their time of legal need. We strive to keep our clients in the light when it comes to their case and work to keep an open line of communication with clients.

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GUEST BLOG: Nurse Practitioner Regulation, Part One

Our friend, Gale Adcock, FNP, joins us again for another guest blog titled Nurse Practitioner Regulation.  This is part one of a three blog series by Representative Adcock.  A big thank you again to Rep. Adcock for helping spread knowledge to our nurses and nurse practitioners throughout this great state.


What is the new Open Notes Law in North Carolina?

What is Open Notes? Beginning April 5, 2021, a federal program addressing interoperability, information, blocking, and Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT will require that healthcare providers offer patients access to all the health information in their electronic medical records. It will include progress notes and tests authored


Impact of Arrest on License in NC

Can A Criminal Arrest Or Conviction Impact A Professional License in North Carolina? A criminal arrest may impact a professional license in North Carolina.  This really depends on the board.  For some Boards, like the NC Board of Nursing, the Board’s position is that the licensee is required to self-report