Skillful legal support is crucial to developing and maintaining professional, vocational, and regulatory licenses and credentials. If your license has been challenged, or if your business needs regulatory compliance help, FosterLaw’s experienced, accessible and knowledgeable attorneys will provide the advantage you need to protect your professional license or help your regulated business grow. FosterLaw has earned a solid reputation among colleagues and clients for expertise, business sense, reliability and integrity.
Principal attorney Mark Foster has over 30 years of experience navigating and strategizing in administrative law, specializing in areas of professional license defense and communications/ utility law. Mark has been Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Administrative Law since 1990.
FosterLaw provides effective and responsive legal services to individuals and competitive communications companies who are affected by governmental regulation. We represent licensed professionals such as accountants, engineers, nurses, TDLR licensees, DPS licensees, mortgage loan originators, and others in disciplinary and compliance matters. Our professional or vocational licensee clients are located throughout the State of Texas and beyond, and they reside in small towns as well as major cities, such as Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, and Lubbock. The list of persons and businesses that are required to be licensed, or otherwise regulated, by one or more government agencies is a long one. Fortunately, the basic legal background for all regulatory action is found in the Administrative Procedures Act. FosterLaw attorneys have wide experience and knowledge of administrative law enabling effective representation for the ever growing list of both individuals and businesses regulated by governmental agencies.
FosterLaw also represents competitive telecommunications, wireless companies and others in the communications industry with respect to regulatory matters before state utility commissions throughout the United States and before the Federal Communications Commission. Guidance and counseling is provided to communications businesses with respect to contracting, vendor and agent relationships, and strategic planning. Representation is also available for network facilities issues such as license agreements for utility pole attachments and building access.