CLE Event : The Presidents’ Personal Injury Trial Attorney Seminar
“MCLE” stands for Minimum Continuing Legal Education. Every active member of the State Bar must complete a minimum of 15 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) during each MCLE compliance year. At least 12 of the total 15 CLE hours need to be completed through attendance at Accredited CLE activities. The Files attached are hand-outs that were given out during the The Presidents’ Personal Injury Trial Attorney Seminar.
- “Updates in Maritime Law” by Richard Schechter
- “Protecting Our Air, Our Water and Our Pocketbooks – Local Governments with Contingent Fee Counsel Litigate to Recover Damages & Civil Penalties. Exploring the possibilities of county & city governments as plaintiffs in light of the recent First Court of Appeals decision in International Paper & Waste Management, Inc. et al, v. Harris County.” by Terry O’Rourke
- “Being A Trail Attorney In Oklahoma, Texas and Beyond” by David Garrett
Educating colleagues and the public on ethical issues
With nearly 40 years of experience in the practice of law and after a decade of defending medical and legal professionals against criminal and ethical allegations, Attorney Bob Bennett has amassed a treasure trove of knowledge on various subjects that affect professionals every day. He has written extensively on these subjects for a variety of journals and publications throughout Texas.
At Bob Bennett & Associates, we believe that it is important for the professional and business communities to fully understand the obligations placed upon them so that they may better serve their clients and safeguard their livelihoods against allegations of professional misconduct. To this end, we offer you the chance to review some of the works of scholarship through which our principal attorney, Bob Bennett, and some of his colleagues have demonstrated their experience and knowledge in the areas of professional license defense, ethics and white collar crime.
If you have been accused of a state or federal crime, contact us today
Our experienced attorneys maintain an extensive practice defending professionals in Texas against allegations of professional misconduct, unethical behavior and criminal malfeasance. We offer free initial consultations, flexible hours and a convenient office location in the historic district of Downtown Houston with ready access to parking and public transportation. Contact our office at 855.973.3906 or online to schedule an appointment to discuss your licensure issue with a compassionate and trustworthy attorney.