Orlando, Fla. - June 10, 2015 - Lenis L. Archer, an attorney with The Health Law Firm, presented a lecture to nursing students at Adventist University of Health Sciences. The lecture took place on Monday, June 8, 2015, in Orlando, Florida.  This presentation focused on the structure and purpose of the Florida Board of Nursing, significant steps in the Florida nursing disciplinary process and actions to take to protect a nursing license.

Ms. Archer provided a brief overview of the disciplinary process conducted by the Florida Board of Nursing, including common allegations against nurses typically seen in disciplinary complaints. The lecture shed insight on what accused nurses can expect throughout a disciplinary proceeding. The lecture concluded with Ms. Archer outlining sure-fire ways to put your nursing license at risk.        

With offices in Florida and Colorado, The Health Law Firm’s primary focus is  representing health care providers. Services provided by the firm include representation in Department of Health (DOH) investigations, reviewing and negotiating employment contracts, professional license and credential defense, representation at formal and informal administrative hearings, peer review defense, Medicare and Medicaid audits, formation of corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs), medical board hearings and other matters relating to Health Law.

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The Health Law Firm was established in 1999, bringing together a team of experienced attorneys with decades of work in the legal and healthcare fields. With offices in Florida and Colorado, the firm represents healthcare providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, physicians, dentists, mental health professionals and other licensed health professionals and entities. For more information about The Health Law Firm, visit our website at

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