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The Board of Barbering and Cosmetology handles complainants involving: gross negligence and/or incompetence; unsanitary conditions in establishments and schools of barbering, cosmetology, and electrology; unlicensed practice of barbering, cosmetology, and electrology; and misrepresentation/false advertising of services.
Complaints which provide detailed information can be addressed more efficiently and effectively. A complaint can be filed anonymously; however, the Board may have a difficult time investigating these complaints. If the Board is unable to obtain documentation or evidence of the complaint allegations, the Board may not be able to pursue the complaint.
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- Expert Witness Recruitment
The Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Needs You!
Have you ever thought of becoming an expert witness?
Most licensees are familiar with Board's inspection program in which the Board may issue a citation for a violation of its regulations. But for more serious cases involving harm to consumers, the Board may take formal disciplinary action that can lead to a license being placed on probation or even revoked. In these instances, the Board uses experts gleaned from the ranks of the professions themselves to evaluate the evidence against a licensee and, if need be, testify at administrative hearings.
This is where you come in. As an expert witness, you will review case materials and investigative reports, prepare written opinions, and possibly testify at administrative hearings involving licensees accused of incompetence, gross negligence, or unprofessional conduct.
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