Rothstein Donatelli has extensive experience in licensing and disciplinary matters for a wide variety of professions at the tribal, state and federal levels. Our attorneys have decades of collective experience to draw on to help you successfully navigate the processes and pitfalls inherent in licensing matters.
Rothstein Donatelli has litigated licensing and disciplinary matters before the Medical Board, the Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, the Board of Nursing, the Board of Pharmacy, and the Department of Human Services. In addition, Rothstein Donatelli is one of a select group of attorneys experienced in litigating matters of certification before the United States Drug Enforcement Agency. Our lawyers have extensive knowledge of the laws, regulations, and other resources that enable New Mexico medical professionals to protect their ability to practice, including participation in the New Mexico Health Professional Wellness Program (formerly the Monitored Treatment Program).
Rothstein Donatelli's practice includes guiding individual and business licensees in matters before state agencies such as the Alcohol and Gaming Division, the Gaming Control Board, the Racing Commission, the Real Estate Commission, and the Department of Workforce Solutions. We also provide representation in matters before federal agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
You expended time, effort and resources to enter into your chosen profession. The stakes are high when all that hard work is threatened. Rothstein Donatelli understands your position and is uniquely equipped to protect your ability to continue in your professional endeavors. Facing an investigation or a complaint by a licensing authority is a serious matter through which experienced, effective advocacy can make the difference in your professional success.
Rothstein Donatelli's licensing practice is comprised of partners Mark Donatelli, Marc Lowry, and Peter Schoenburg, and associates Alicia Lopez, Caroline “KC” Manierre and Kate Thompson. Also, Alicia Lopez is licensed to practice in the U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th District.