Tag: Accusation

March 29, 2017 - Santa Monica, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, expert defense attorneys representing automobile repair shops including SMOG stations and STAR program participants in California against the Bureau of Automotive Repair, is proud to announce an informative new blog post on "accusations." Bureau of Automotive Repair accusations can result in the suspension of one's [...]
Santa Monica, California - December 18, 2016. Automotive Defense Specialists, top defense lawyers for Bureau of Automotive Repair accusations, citations, and other issues concerning SMOG and STAR program problems for California automobile repair stations and technicians, is proud to release a timely blog post on so-called 'accusations.' Auto repair shops and SMOG stations may be [...]
No one likes to be accused of something, especially something that they didn't do, or that they did not believe was wrong, unethical, or illegal. Photo credit: Mic V. via Foter.com / CC BY This goes all the more so when an employer bears the legal responsibility yet it was an employee that was "in [...]
The Bureau of Automotive Repair is, of course, charged with regulating California's SMOG check and STAR program participant stations. If you are a station owner or technician, you probably already know that. Your encounters with the Bureau may have been limited to licensing issues. However, station owners or technicians may receive many types of correspondence [...]
The Bureau of Automotive Repair as part of its mission is constantly on the lookout for what it perceives to be violations of California's SMOG Check / STAR program. As a SMOG station or SMOG technician, you may not agree with the Bureau, and in fact you may receive what is called in industry parlance [...]
Many times in a case, whether it be a Bureau of Automotive Repair Accusation or a Bureau of Automotive Repair Citation, there are some cases I advise clients to use an expert witness, specifically  a Bureau of Automotive Repair Expert. The reason? Everyone else is biased. How so?  Well, in the proceedings in administrative law [...]

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