When a DWI Threatens Your Professional License

An increase in the number of citations for driving while intoxicated was a standard fare during the holiday season, wherever one lives—Texas included. It’s easy—all too easy—to get swept up in the festive spirit of holiday parties and make the unfortunate choice to get behind the wheel when one’s blood-alcohol content is above the legal…

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Don’t Miss that Board Response Deadline

When a complaint is made against a professional’s license, it can be a natural form of response to “bury one’s head in the sand,” so to speak. This manifests in various avoidant behaviors, perhaps the most common of which is missing a response deadline set by the agency board to which a licensee is subject,…

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Settling Cases Without a SOAH Hearing

A great number of license complaints are subject to Administrative Hearings before the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOHA)— often referred to as SOHA hearings. These are forums for the presentation of the cases and evidence on the part of both the licensee and the licensing board before an Administrative Law Judge. At these…

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Coping with the Stress of Unfounded Complaints

Let’s face it—online portals made for the filing of complaints against professional licenses have made it far too easy for people in the throes of negative emotions to endanger the livelihoods of professionals. A good proportion of the complaints made against professional licenses every year are made out of pique, totally unfounded. Even the agency…

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Our Initial Consultation: It’s All About You

In the event that a complaint has been filed against you before a licensing board or regulatory agency in Texas, you will want to hire a professional license defense attorney as soon as possible. Any such complaint should be taken very seriously, as the regulatory and licensing authorities have the power to suspend your license,…

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