Spring Branch, Texas Government & Administrative Lawyers
Louis Leichter completed his Bachelor's at Vassar College, his Masters at Florida International University, and then completed his JD at Drake University. Prior to starting a private practice, he prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant County Attorney for Travis County, Texas. After gaining experience, he opened Leichter Law Firm PC and practices administrative, health and criminal law with a focus in the area of licensure and license defense. He advises clients on disciplinary conduct allegations and helps clients get registered for their profession. He is also a member of TAAP, NAADAC, Sustainers Council, Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association,...
Roger B. Borgelt is a highly regarded Austin lawyer with 24 years' experience in the practice of environmental, energy, administrative, utility and professional licensure law. He represents individuals, landowners, suburban areas, businesses, political subdivisions and institutions before state and federal regulatory agencies, the courts, local governments and the Texas Legislature with consistently favorable results. Mr. Borgelt is listed in Best Lawyers in America 2013 and 2014 and Texas' Best Lawyers. His firm, Borgelt Law, is ranked by U.S. News -- Best Lawyers as a Tier 2 Best Law Firm in the Government Relations Practice Area for its work...
Susan Morrison is a dedicated employment attorney who has represented both employers and corporate officers in litigation, mediation and arbitration. She provides general counsel advice to business owners, schools, and community colleges across the State of Texas. Susan also investigates employee wrongdoing and provides expert testimony in court.
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Matthew Henry represents telecommunications carriers at the FCC, state public utility commissions, and in court. His practice involves regulatory compliance, license applications, ETC designation, complaint proceedings, litigation, contract development, and technology policy advocacy. Matthew graduated magna cum laude from Washington State University, earning a degree in political science. He received his law degree from The University of Texas at Austin School of Law in 2007. He is licensed to practice in the State of Texas, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth and Ninth Circuits, and the U.S. District Courts for the Western and Eastern...
Tony R. Bertolino is the Managing Partner with Bertolino LLP who is available to handle a diverse set of legal needs for his clients. His featured areas of representation include; trial and appellate litigation in both state and federal courts, debtor and creditor issues, business formation and contracts, and disputes regarding construction law. He also has experience working with clients on matters concerning entertainment and sports law, for which is he licensed as a Talent Agent and a Sports Agent in the state of Texas, as well as real estate, internet litigation, bankruptcy, legislative and governmental affairs, family...
Registered lobbyist Steve Koebele provides public policy representation, counseling, and advocacy for a diverse range of clients composed of market leaders in their respective industries. He successfully improves laws and government toward clear goals: increasing job creation and enhancing economic opportunities. From the best Texas lobbyist office location, Steve Koebele has successfully achieved legal and public policy goals before diverse state agencies.
(512) 646-7406 1220 Colorado Street
Austin, TX 78701
Austin, TX 78701
Teresa was a solo practitioner for over 13 years in the Austin area practicing primarily in the areas of estate planning, elder law, and probate. Two years ago Teresa joined the firm of Best & Spruill, expanding her areas of law to include health law, regulatory law for health care professionals, administrative law and employment law.
Amanda Traphagan is a Texas tax attorney who has spent her entire legal career assisting taxpayers with contested tax matters. She has assisted taxpayers against the Texas Comptroller, the Internal Revenue Service, and tax authorities of other states in administrative proceedings as well as state and federal trial and appellate courts. Amanda Traphagan is admitted to practice law in the State of Texas, the United States Tax Court, and before the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth and District of Columbia Circuits. Amanda Traphagan's published state tax cases include the Texas Supreme Court cases Combs v. Roark Amusement &...
John D. Pringle, P.C., is a full-service, general civil practice firm with a concentration in administrative law. The firm is duly organized under the laws of the State of Texas, is centrally located in Austin, Texas and provides state-wide representation. John D. Pringle’s practice emphasizes defense of administrative violation allegations, alcoholic beverage law, health care law, insurance defense, and workers' compensation among others. John D. Pringle represents individuals and businesses before state agencies, the State Office of Administrative Hearings, county courts, districts courts, and appellate courts of the State of Texas.
Providing a wide variety of legal services, including small business advice, family law, probate, litigation, appeals, mediation and arbitration. Additionally, expertise in legal ethics, serving as an expert witness for lawyers and law firms in matters involving legal ethics and malpractice