Regarding COVID-19:

Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh remains open for business during this Stay at Home period as our work has been deemed essential by Governor Walz. To ensure we can serve our clients and that our staff is safe and healthy we are doing our work remotely. We continue to work on current and new client matters. Minnesota Courts are determining which cases will be heard based on their priority level. If you have an active case and an upcoming hearing date, we will notify you regarding any additional impact the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 may have on your case. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation during this time.

Professional Responsibility

Protecting Your Reputation And Practice

Helping Professionals With Ethics And Licensing Issues

Lawyers, doctors, dentists, nurses, psychologists, architects, engineers, stock brokers, financial planners and other licensed professionals must uphold the standards set by their state licensing boards. Allegations of unethical conduct or violations of professional standards can put their professional license at risk and jeopardize their ability to earn a living.

The professional responsibility attorneys of Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh, PLLP, represent professionals before their licensing organizations. We also offer ethics opinions and advice to those who have questions either before or after a disciplinary action has occurred.

We represent clients in administrative hearings before a number of Minnesota licensing boards, including:

  • Board of Judicial Standards
  • Board of Professional Responsibility
  • Board of Medical Practice
  • Board of Dentistry
  • Board of Law Examiners
  • Board of Nursing
  • Board of Psychology

The outcome of an administrative hearing has far-reaching implications for your career and ability to earn a living. You have a right to a vigorous defense of your reputation.

We can assist you with issues such as:

  • Reinstatement of professional license
  • Professional malpractice defense
  • Defense against allegations of professional misconduct or negligence

We understand that criminal allegations can have negative implications for licensed professionals. Pleading guilty to a lesser charge may result in the suspension or revocation of your professional license. Because we are a full-service firm, our professional licensing attorneys can collaborate with our criminal defense lawyers to ensure that all aspects of your case are handled with the utmost care.

If you have a concern about a matter of professional ethics or licensing, please contact Collins, Buckley, Sauntry & Haugh, PLLP by email or call 651-968-0969. Schedule a consultation to discuss your circumstances and describe how we can help.