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    Tony R. Bertolino, Managing Partner

    Serving Texas’ Legal Needs, One Client At A Time
    Tony R. Bertolino is the Managing Partner with Bertolino LLP. Renowned throughout Texas for his results-oriented approach, he handles a wide range of legal needs for clients. His featured areas of representation include:

    Areas of Practice

    License Defense:

    • Real Estate License Defense
    • Insurance License Defense
    • CPA License/Tax License Defense
    • Appraiser Licensing
    • Physician License Defense
    • Pharmacist License Defense
    • Dental License Defense

    Bar Admissions

    Texas
    New York
    U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
    U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
    U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
    U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Texas
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court Northern District of Texas
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Texas
    U.S. Bankruptcy Court Western District of Texas
    U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit
    U.S. Supreme Court

    Education

    South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas J.D.
    Honors: Recipient, South Texas’ Christopher Langdell Academic Scholarship
    Law Review: South Texas Law Review, Member
    Law Review: South Texas Law Review, Assistant Editor
    St. Mary’s University, M.P.A.
    Honors: Distinguished Graduate/Valedictorian
    St. Mary’s University, B.A.
    Major: Political Science
    Major: Speech Communication

    Published Works

    Effects of Bankruptcy on a Texas Construction Project, Austin Construction News, August, 2004
    Change Orders and Written Notices: Avoiding the Potential Pitfalls, Austin Construction News, July, 2004
    10 “More” Practical Tips to Saving Your Construction Company in Management Time and Claim Dollars, Austin Construction News, June, 2004
    10 Practical Tips to Saving Your Construction Company in Management Time and Claim Dollars, Austin Construction News, May, 2004
    Case Analysis: When To Stop Work For Nonpayment (Or Slow-Pay) On Your Construction Contract, Austin Construction News, April, 2004
    Mold Litigation: A Persistent Challenge To The Texas Construction Industry, Austin Construction News, March, 2004
    “Stepping In Your Shoes”: Insurance Companies’ Legal Right To Settle Your Construction Case Without Your Consent, Austin Construction News, February, 2004
    In House Debt Collection: What Must A Construction Company Do To Get Paid On Its Project And Avoid A Lawsuit, Austin Construction News, January, 2004
    Comment, Learning Disabled Lawyers, Stakeholding Clients And The Legal Profession: Can Law Firms Strike A Balance Of Interest And Still Meet The Statutory Requirements Under The Americans With Disabilities Act Of 1990?, South Texas College of Law, 2001
    Note, Opening The Door For Junk Scientists: A Distinct Perspective On The Qualifications And “Admissible” Testimony Of An Expert Witness In Carter v. State, 5 S.W.3d 316 (Tex. App. — Houston [14th Dist.] 1999, pet. ref’d), South Texas College of Law, 2000

    Honors and Awards

    Recipient, South Texas’ Christopher Langdell Academic Scholarship

    Professional Associations and Memberships

    State Bar of Texas, Bankruptcy Law Section
    State Bar of Texas, Construction Law Section
    American Bar Association (ABA)
    American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ)
    Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA)
    Hispanic Bar Association of Austin (HBAA), Legislative Committee
    Mexican-American Bar Association of Texas
    Austin Bar Association
    Austin Young Lawyers Association (AYLA)
    Texas Young Lawyers Association (TYLA)
    Council of Alternate Dispute Resolution
    Texas Center for Legal Ethics and Professionalism
    Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, Public Policy Committee
    Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, State Issues Committee
    Williamson County Bar Association
    San Antonio Bar Association (SABA)
    Texas Family Law Foundation

    Pro Bono Activities

    Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas
    Volunteer, Legal Services of South Texas (VLS)
    Texas Rural Legal Aid (TRLA)

    Languages
    English
    Spanish

    Fraternities
    Pi Kappa Delta

    A law firm you can trust; a law firm that will stand up to the Board for you

    Don’t delay taking action. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can work with you to address the legal issues surrounding your professional license defense. Call (512) 476-5757 and schedule an appointment at our Austin office.

    Our law firm can also assist and serve medical licensing and boards clients who live in Dallas, Ft. Worth, El Paso, Waco, Amarillo, Arlington, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Plano, and Lubbock and any other major city in the State of Texas.