1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Limited Liability Company Law
  4. Article 13: Foreign Professional Service Limited Liability Companies


Section 1308 Regulation of professions

Limited Liability Company Law (LLC)

(a) This article shall not repeal, modify or restrict any provision of the education law or the judiciary law or any rules or regulations adopted thereunder regulating the professions referred to in the education law or the judiciary law except to the extent in conflict herewith.

  (b) A foreign professional service limited liability company, other than a foreign professional service limited liability company authorized to practice law, shall be under the supervision of the regents of the university of the state of New York and be subject to disciplinary proceedings and penalties, and its authority to do business shall be subject to suspension, revocation or annulment for cause, in the same manner and to the same extent as is provided with respect to individuals and their licenses, certificates and registrations in title eight of the education law relating to the applicable profession. Notwithstanding the provisions of this subdivision, a foreign professional service limited liability company authorized to practice medicine shall be subject to the pre-hearing procedures and hearing procedures as are provided with respect to individual physicians and their licenses in Title II-A of article two of the public health law.

  (c) A foreign professional service limited liability company authorized to practice law shall be subject to the regulation and control of, and its authority to do business shall be subject to suspension, revocation or annulment for cause by, the appellate division of the supreme court and the court of appeals in the same manner and to the same extent provided in the judiciary law with respect to individual attorneys and counselors-at-law. Such limited liability company need not qualify for any certification under section four hundred sixty-four of the judiciary law, take an oath of office under section four hundred sixty-six of the judiciary law or register under section four hundred sixty-seven of the judiciary law.