License Revocation & Suspensions Against Texas Law Enforcement Officers

The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE or the Commission) regulates law enforcement personnel, police officers, corrections officers, and public security officers in Texas. TCOLE investigates certain complaints made against Texas law enforcement officers and has the authority to revoke or suspend officer licenses. At its June 2019 Commission Meeting, TCOLE issued numerous license actions…

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New Rules for Texas Optometrists

The Texas Optometry Board regulates the practice of optometry in Texas and is tasked with establishing procedures and standards for licensure. The Board recently adopted new rules for Texas optometrists, which will soon come into effect. It is important to stay abreast of new laws and rule amendments. As a licensed optometrists, you have a…

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Texas State Bar Suspends 12 Attorneys

The State Bar of Texas issued a Media Advisory: State Bar of Texas disciplinary actions for October 2019 press release, linking to a public list of disciplinary actions. Twelve Texas attorneys were suspended in October. This volume of attorney suspensions represents a slight decrease from September, when 14 attorneys were suspended by State Bar of…

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Important Rule Changes for Texas Doctors

The Texas Medical Board (TMB) regulates the practice of medicine in Texas. The Board functions to protect the health and welfare of the people of Texas and it carries out its mission by licensing skilled professionals and enforcing standards of practice. To that end, the TMB recently adopted rule amendments that became effective in September,…

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The TDLR Now Under Sunset Review

The Sunset Advisory Commission is reviewing the mission and performance of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). What Does the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation do? The TDLR currently administrates over forty programs for professionals and industries in Texas. It provides oversight for a broad range of occupations, businesses, facilities, and equipment.…

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NarxCare and the Prescription Monitoring Program

The Texas Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) collects and monitors prescription data for all Schedule II, III, IV, and V Controlled Substances dispensed by Texas pharmacies or to Texas residents from a pharmacy located in another state. The PMP is a cost-effective tool designed to help control misuse of controlled substances, to preventing drug diversion, and…

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The Results We Achieve for Our Clients

At BERTOLINO LLP are proud of the work we do. We have successfully helped clients resolve a wide range of complicated legal matters involving professional license defense, medical license defense, and vocational license defense. Our attorneys know how to build a strong case to protect your license – and your livelihood. Notable Case Dismissals BERTOLINO…

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