A. Nothing contained in this article shall alter the right of persons licensed to perform professional services from rendering those professional services. Those persons may render those professional services in any other business form or entity, including a limited liability company formed under a general law of this state other than this chapter, unless the use of the form or entity is expressly prohibited by the licensing law of this state that is applicable to the profession or by the board that has jurisdiction over the profession.
B. Nothing contained in this article shall be construed to prohibit a professional limited liability company from employing persons who are not licensed to perform professional services that are rendered by the professional limited liability company if those persons:
1. Work at the direction or under the supervision of those who are licensed persons.
2. Do not hold themselves out to the public generally as being authorized to perform the professional services rendered by the limited liability company.
3. Are not prohibited by the board regulating any of the professional services rendered by the professional limited liability company from being so employed.
Caution: The above language was taken from Arizona’s statutes on May 28, 2011. Check the Arizona legislature’s website to determine if this statute changed after September 13, 2013.