Employment Law

Employment law is a broad area of practice that governs all aspects of the employer and employee relationship.

At the Law Firm of Shea M. Randall, our focus is specifically on three areas of employment law: employment licensing, California exemptions, and Section 19 FDIC Waivers.

Employment licensing involves guidance and appeals in obtaining a professional license such as a real estate, nursing, or teaching license.

California exemptions, also known as a California Department of Social Services (CDSS) exemption, are those required for anyone within the state of California who has a criminal conviction on their record and who want to work in a Community Care license facility. A Community Care license facility is defined as as a facility licensed by the Community Care Licensing Division of the State Department of Social Services to provide 24-hour non-medical residential care to children and adults with developmental disabilities who are in need of personal services, supervision, and/or assistance essential for self-protection or sustaining the activities of daily living.

Finally, a Section 19 FDIC Waiver is a written clearance from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), which allows those who have a criminal conviction in the areas of dishonesty, breach of trust, or money laundering, and who do not meet the de minimis requirement, to work at an FDIC insured financial institution.

If you are facing a licensing issue, we are here to help. Learn more on our Lifeback Legal website, on each service’s page, or request a free consultation below.

Lifeback Legal is the Licensing and employment division of the Law Firm of Shea M. Randall. We are a full service Law Firm — from gathering documentation, hand-crafting petitions, and dealing with the headache of the legal process.

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