Expanding Coaching Practice Without Violating State and Federal Law

A client with a state-issued professional license came to us to help them expand their practice beyond their state borders. This client had the potential to acquire many clients from out-of-state but they were not licensed in any other state but their home state. This client wanted to help others with their relationship issues and had been offering such help through their licensed profession. The client’s potential for growth was very high if they could figure out how to offer services without getting a license to practice their profession in all 50 states.

How the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC Helped

Our law firm reviewed the state laws that are implicated when offering immunization clinics at the worksite. We also connected with the regulators in that state to get further confirmation on the steps our client needed to hold the clinic with minimal risk. We drafted a written response for the client so they had clear guidelines on how to proceed. Our work enabled the client to hold the clinic and meet the deadlines for submitting the necessary paperwork.

Growing Immunization Clinics in Foreign States

A wellness vendor client wanted to conduct an immunization clinic in another state. This client was unsure how to obtain necessary permissions from the state to hold such a clinic. Offering this clinic would help this client generate a lot of revenue and establish new client relationships in the new state.

How the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC Helped

Our law firm reviewed the state laws that are implicated when offering immunization clinics at the worksite. We also connected with the regulators in that state to get further confirmation on the steps our client needed to hold the clinic with minimal risk. We drafted a written response for the client so they had clear guidelines on how to proceed. Our work enabled the client to hold the clinic and meet the deadlines for submitting the necessary paperwork.