Defending professional licenses and professional students for over 40 years in Texas and the Nation. No other attorney in Texas has had the unique success that I have enjoyed with the Texas Board of Law Examiners, the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel, and other agencies. See the client reviews.The Firm has handled numerous matters before the Board of Law Examiners, OCDC, TMB, & other agenciesBob Bennett and Associates has been involved in civil and criminal litigation for over 35 years.All licensing matters in Austin have gotten our attention and are matters we can handle. Call us!Bob Bennett as served as an Assistant United States Attorney and counsel for a Coca-Cola Bottler.
We are honored to receive the red mark of distinction since it shows that the Bennett Law Firm is committed to going to any ethical and appropriate length necessary to defend our clients and the legal system against corrupt prosecution and judges who should not be on the bench. Avvo refuses to post that this case is on appeal and is not final. Bennett should have never been placed on probation since the trial judge, Judge Carmen Kelsey, who has been removed from office and the prosecutor on the case, Tim Bersch, has left the OCDC disgraced and can no longer harass defendants. There was no DR violation and never should have been due to unjust and unfair rulings. If you want to learn the truth about Bob Bennett's State Bar of Texas victories over the State Bar of Texas Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel, please go to www.ocdc-revealed.com, where you will learn that presiding judge, former San Antonio Juvenile Judge Carmen Kelsey who was removed from office, committed error after error in this case. She can no longer sit as a presiding judge or even as a visiting judge. The San Antonio Express-News opined that she was unqualified to be on the Bench. Bennett's defense of a client resulted in her removal. Bennett's sanction in the case after the disbarment was reversed and one charged thrown out is presently under review by the Texas Supreme Court and has not been resolved. Avvo.com has refused to notate that the case is on appeal. The 14th Court of Appeals held that the disbarment was illegal and the case was reversed. Over a thousand Texas Attorneys asked that the case be reviewed and numerous others signed letters of support (#165) and amicus briefs (#27) that clearly show the prosecution and judgment in the case were a combined travesty of justice. These letters and briefs including some from those who attended the trial are also on the ocdc-revealed site. On this avvo.com site, you will find more letters of support and attorney recommendations for Bob Bennett than for any other attorney in the State of Texas. No attorney in the State of Texas has the personal and first-hand experience and success record that Bennett has in administrative hearings. He won his own case and can do the same for you. Do you not want an attorney who is licensed to defend you who has felt what you are feeling and knows what it is to be wrongly prosecuted?
Posted by anonymous August 10, 2017
Thanks to this wonderful human being and his extraordinary intelligence as an attorney, I am now a proud (good standing) member of the Texas State Bar.
What differentiates Mr. Bennett from other lawyers specializing in licensing matters is that Mr. Bennet has been through it himself. No one can understand the stress and burden of potentially being denied a license to practice within the field he or she has dedicated their entire life to unless that person has been through it themselves. Thus, with Mr. Bennet on your side, you not only have an unbelievably talented attorney, but also one who has previously been in your shoes.
After hiring Mr. Bennet to represent me, I can wholeheartedly say, without any doubt whatsoever, you will not find another attorney specializing in this field who exerts the passion Mr. Bennet has for helping those facing licensing issues.
Mr. Bennett is exactly the type of lawyer attorney I aspire to be. He embodies the kindness and compassion that is highly preached about in the legal profession but rarely seen in practicing lawyers. My personal experience with Mr. Bennett stemmed from a professional licensing issue.
After months of diligently researching lawyers specializing in this field, I concluded that Mr. Bennett would be the right man for the job. Despite my research, however, I hesitated before reaching out to Mr. Bennett because of financial issues.
Thank God however a few weeks prior to my hearing, I was able to raise most of the reasonable fee he quoted me and therefore I decided to give Mr. Bennett another call. I explained to him my issues, both legal and financial; Mr. Bennett however, from the very beginning, showed interest in only one thing, my legal issues.
Before ever paying him a single dollar, he gave me selfless advice, for a worst-case scenario, on how I could resolve the matter myself if worse came to worst regarding my finances. I knew from that moment forward that Mr. Bennett was the attorney I would hire if my wife and I were able to raise the remainder of the very reasonable sum he quoted me.
Nonetheless, his selfless, priceless advice, guiding me on how to move forward on my own if my finances prevented me from hiring him, demonstrated his compassion and understanding, and most importantly, it showed me that Mr. Bennett's number one priority was to make sure my case concluded with a favorable and just outcome despite whether or not I hired him.
About a week after initially conversing with Mr. Bennett, I was finally able to raise the remainder of the money to hire Mr. Bennett (Thank God) and I immediately drove to Bennett & Associates to retain Mr. Bennett's continued counsel.
To keep it short, I can tell you that my instinct to hire Mr. Bennett, despite the red worded warning on his profile, was dead on. His counsel and representation were certainly worth the very reasonable fee I paid him and much more.
I can say, without any hesitation whatsoever, that if you have a licensing issue, Mr. Bennett is the man you want to hire. No matter your situation, whether you are struggling financially or believe you can resolve your issues personally, I still highly recommend giving Mr. Bennett a call because, first and foremost, his number one priority (from my entire experience with him) is to help you get the best result possible.
In essence, whether or not you want to hire an attorney to resolve your case, I highly recommend you reach out to Mr. Bennett prior to your hearing because at a minimum you will get the opportunity to consult his vast legal knowledge in this field and as a result increase your chances of winning a favorable decision from the licensing agency you are facing.
For me, Mr. Bennett, as referenced above, was able to get the entire case dismissed. If you decide to retain him,I have no doubt that Mr Bennet will do everything in his power to do the same for you. Good luck.
No attorney in the State of Texas has been personally involved with administrative hearings as has Bob Bennett. Let his knowledge and experience accomplish for you what he has been able to accomplish for so many others. 855-607-4018.
The following are news and articles found in the Media and other Publications.
The following is taken from the Associated Press' clarification (October 29, 2010) on a previous article that included misleading statements about the Stanford Case. The content is from the Associated Press and published in the San Diego Tribune's Website.
Clarification: Stanford-Attorneys story
The following is taken from the Houston Chronicle's article (October 28, 2010) that included statements about the Graves Case. The writer is Jeannie Kever for the Houston Chronicle.
An army of believers- battle to free Graves won by a band of lawyers and students
The following is taken from the Houston Chronicle's commentary article (October 21, 2010) that included statements about the Graves Case. The writer is Rick Casey, who is a commentary writer for the Houston Chronicle.
CommentaryMy fantasy: Siegler puts DA on trial
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1974||11/24/2021|
Partially probated suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. When the attorney returns to practice he or she will be on probation, meaning the State monitors the attorney's activities for a period of time in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior
Robert’s comment: “The judge who imposed the sanction was removed from office. The SBOT Assistant Disciplinary Counsel who handled the case has left the OCDC in disgrace and the Chief Disciplinary Counsel was replaced. If you go to www.ocdc-revealed.com, you will see that I was prosecuted for political reasons and the case was reversed. If you fight with vigor and determination for your clients, you will upset the powers that be. We fought, we won, and are now fully reinstated. We can win for you!”
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2021|
|Outstanding Columnist- "Doctalk"||Absolute Publishing- McAllen, Texas||2006|
|Speaker Appreciation Award||1997|
|Law Auction Award||1995|
|Leadership Award||Justice for Children||1995|
|Board Certified in Consumer and Commercial Law||Texas Board Of Legal Specialization||1995|
|Certificate of Appreciation- Service on College Board Committee||1994|
|CLE Presenter Award||North Harris County Bar Association||1994|
|Fellow Texas Bar Foundation||1993|
|President Law Alumni Association||1992|
|Pacesetter Award||KUHF Public Radio - University of Houston||1992|
|Who's Who in Houston Law?||Houston Business Journal||1991|
|Order of Barristers||1974|
|Partner||Bob Bennett and Associates||1980 - Present|
|General Counsel||a Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Guatemala||1979 - 1980|
|Assistant United States Attorney||United States Department of Justice||1976 - 1979|
|Federal Trial Attorney||Federal Interstate Commerce Commission||1974 - 1976|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Houston Bar Association, CLE Committee||Member||2017 - Present|
|State Bar of Texas||Member||1974 - Present|
|Harris County Democratic Lawyers Association||Officer||2015 - 2017|
|Houston Trial Lawyers Association||Board of Directors||2012 - 2014|
|University Of Houston Law Alumni Association||President||1999 - 2004|
|Texas Board of Legal Specialization||Certified Consumer and Commercial law||1995 - 2010|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 008||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Anthony P. Griffin||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 001||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 002||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 003||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 004||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Rick Schecter||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 005||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Nancy Lee Jessee||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Dan Naranjo||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Steve Estes||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Lillian B. Hardwick||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Frank Southers||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Don Karotkin||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letters to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from David Lee||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Letter to the Commission for Lawyer Discipline from Charles Houssiere||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 006||2014|
|www.bennettlicensing.com||Trial transcript Vol. 007||2014|
|www.bennettlawfirm.com||The Bob Bennett Law Firm and the USMLE/NBME Irregular Behavior Hearing||2013|
|DocTalk||Legal Talk--A Case Study Before the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners: What we can learn from what happened?||2004|
|Advanced Expert Witness II Course||Trial Demonstration: Direct and Cross of Legal Malpractice Expert||2002|
|Texas Lawyer||First the Accountants, Then the Executives, Next the Lawyers - Criminal Exposure for Dealings with Enron||2002|
|Texas Lawyer||BOLE Doesn't Appreciate Haste or a Bad Memory||2002|
|Advanced Business Litigation||Professional Responsibility: Understanding the Grievance Process and How to Avoid It||2002|
|Texas Lawyer||A Debate Over How Lawyers Have to Operate||2000|
|Texas Lawyer||Just What Is Barratry Anyway?||1999|
|Texas Lawyer||Bar Counsel Spar Over Dropped Barratry Charges||1998|
|Texas Lawyer||DA, Bar Counsel Spar Over Dropped Barratry Charges||1998|
|Toxic Deception||How the Chemical Industry Manipulates Science, Bends the Law, and Endangers Your Health||1997|
|Texas Lawyer||Is the Fox Guarding the Chicken Coop?"||1996|
|The Houston Lawyer||The Small Law Firm and Strategic Alliances||1996|
|The Texas Trial Lawyers Forum||The Nature of Criminal Corporate Liability||1988|
|The Texas Trial Lawyers Forum||Corporate Criminal Liability||1987|
|22 Houston Lawyer||Expunction: How Your Client Can Say He Wasn't Arrested-When He Was||1984|
|The Texas Trial Lawyers Forum||Mobile Home Syndrome in Texas||1982|
|Texas Bar Journal||Tapes and Transcripts in Federal Court||1979|
|George Washington University||MA - Masters||1975|
|University of Houston Law Center||JD - Juris Doctor||1974|
|George Washington University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1971|
|LAW WEEK- April 9 3:30 -4:00pm, Room 107||How not to lose your Bar Card: New Barratry Laws||2012|
|AMA Speaker Series||Legal Issues with Social Media||2010|
|*FREE* 4hrs CLE: How to Start and Manage a Successful Consumer Law Practice||The Seminar includes local, state, and national consumer law and marketing experts to help your consumer law practice succeed. You must pre-register to attend http://www.peopleslawyer.net/cle/||2009|
|HTLA Monthly Presentation||What We Have Learned from the Obama Campaign||2009|
|Harris County Municipal Justice Bar Association Presentation||Marketing and Law Firms; March 13, 2009 - Harry's Restaurant||2009|
|Liberty County Bar Association CLE Presentation||How To Ethically And Without Committing A Grievance: Market Your Law Practice On The Internet||2009|
|Houston Intellectual Property Law Association CLE Presentation||How To Ethically And Without Committing A Grievance: Market Your Law Practice On The Internet||2009|
|Fort Bend County Bar Association CLE Presentation||How To Ethically And Without Committing A Grievance: Market Your Law Practice On The Internet||2009|
|Houston Mexican American Bar CLE||Changes In Legal Marketing And Ethics||2007|
|Corporate Counsel Institute||Ethical Issues -Corporate Counsel Liability||2007|
|Denton County Bar Monthly Meeting||Changes In The Texas Grievance System||2007|
|Texas Medical Association Continuing Medical Education Activity||Understanding The Role Of The TSBME Discipline Process And How To Avoid It||2004|
|Taking And Defending Effective Depositions In Texas||Legislative Changes In The Texas Grievance Process||2003|
|Taking And Defending Effective Depositions In Texas||Deposition Tips And Practical Considerations||2003|
|Taking And Defending Effective Depositions In Texas||Further Ethical Consideration For Attorneys Taking And Defending Depositions||2003|
|Taking And Defending Effective Depositions||Ethical Considerations||2002|
|Taking And Defending Effective Depositions||Further Ethical Consideration For Attorneys Taking And Defending Depositions||2002|
|Texas Medical Board, Board of Nursing, Pharmacy, and Insurance, BOLE, CFLD, adm. hearings||99% a win for my client|
|Commission for Lawyer Discipline vs. Local Attorney||The Commission for Lawyer Discipline's Petition was denied. Please see Judge Sandill's Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law on http://www.linkedin.com/in/bennettlawfirm under SlideShare Presentations.|
|United States of America & The St. of Tx., Ex Rel. Bernhard Wolf, M.D. Rachel Sonnier, Et Al vs. Orange Pediatric, Felipe Sarda||Criminal action dismissed & Civil Resolution reach|
|Hipolito Sanchez v. Amercian Hondo Motor Company||$30 million-settled for $1,000,000.00 client: 40%|
|Alfredo Barrera et al vs. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., et al||$3.1M awarded to Plaintiff and $750,000 loss earnings|
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