Miscommunication Can Threaten Your Professional License

Any person who holds a professional, medical, or vocational license from a Texas licensing board or regulatory agency could have a complaint lodged against their license. Formal complaints filed against a licensee can range from Board rule violation claims to allegations of malfeasance, from concerns of impropriety to accusations of fraud. In our modern world…

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Electrician License in Texas

Anyone who performs electrical work in the state of Texas, and is not specifically exempt by law, must be licensed. Electrical work is defined as “[a]ny labor or material used in installing, maintaining or extending an electrical wiring system and the appurtenances, apparatus or equipment used in connection with the use of electrical energy in,…

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Reinstatement of Texas Nursing License

When the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) determines that a nurse violated the Nursing Practices Act (NPA), the Board will pursue sanctions, which may include remedial education, fines, warning, reprimand, suspension, probation, or license revocation. A finding that a nurse violated the NPA can be done only after proper due process and an investigation into…

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Recent Case Results for BERTOLINO LLP Clients

You know it is serious when allegations of misconduct are made against your professional license. Even if you believe the complaint to be baseless, it puts your license, reputation, and possibly your career at risk. It is imperative that you mount a strong defense against the pending allegations. The best way to ensure the most…

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