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Victoria Soto Law Office

401 Congress Avenue # 1540

Austin, Texas,78701

United States

Company Description

Victoria Soto, JD has practiced law for 20 years and has vast experience in the field of medical board licensing & defense. ...more

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Texas Medical Board Defense Attorneys | Victoria Soto Law

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Victoria Soto, JD is lead counsel of the Law Office of Victoria Soto and concentrates her practice in defending physicians before the Texas Medical Board.
She graduated from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1995 and the Texas Bar in 2001. Beginning in 2001, Victoria served as a prosecuting attorney for the Texas Medical Board. During her tenure with the Board, she resolved a record number of cases, becoming a leader among her peers in case resolution and Agreed Orders resulting from administrative disciplinary proceedings such as Informal Settlement Conferences, Show Compliance Proceedings, License Committee hearings and State Office of Administrative Hearings/Mediations. Since leaving the Texas Medical Board in 2005, Victoria has represented several hundred physicians before the Texas Medical Board. Her experience and extensive knowledge of medical board rules, procedures and policies coupled with her experience in working closely with board administrators, staff attorneys, affords her clients a seasoned and experienced representative before the Texas Medical Board. Victoria speaks frequently to hospitals and medical groups within the State of Texas regarding the Texas Medical Board and its disciplinary process. She is a regular speaker and presenter for the Texas Medical Association at their annual TexMed conferences and other continuing medical education seminars throughout the state. Victoria is also Special Counsel at law firm Lucas | Compton in Washington, DC. Law Office of Victoria Soto 401 Congress Avenue #1540, Austin, TX 78701 1005 S. Rock Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 512-960-3438 Copyright © 2016 Law Office of Victoria Soto:


Texas Medical Board Defense Attorneys | Victoria Soto Law

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Victoria Soto, JD is lead counsel of the Law Office of Victoria Soto and concentrates her practice in defending physicians before the Texas Medical Board.
She graduated from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1995 and the Texas Bar in 2001. Beginning in 2001, Victoria served as a prosecuting attorney for the Texas Medical Board. During her tenure with the Board, she resolved a record number of cases, becoming a leader among her peers in case resolution and Agreed Orders resulting from administrative disciplinary proceedings such as Informal Settlement Conferences, Show Compliance Proceedings, License Committee hearings and State Office of Administrative Hearings/Mediations. Since leaving the Texas Medical Board in 2005, Victoria has represented several hundred physicians before the Texas Medical Board. Her experience and extensive knowledge of medical board rules, procedures and policies coupled with her experience in working closely with board administrators, staff attorneys, affords her clients a seasoned and experienced representative before the Texas Medical Board. Victoria speaks frequently to hospitals and medical groups within the State of Texas regarding the Texas Medical Board and its disciplinary process. She is a regular speaker and presenter for the Texas Medical Association at their annual TexMed conferences and other continuing medical education seminars throughout the state. Law Office of Victoria Soto 401 Congress Avenue #1540, Austin, TX 78701 1005 S. Rock Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 512-960-3438 Copyright © 2016 Law Office of Victoria Soto:


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Official Blog of the Law Office of Victoria Soto
With her new book, World's Best Doctors: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction and Can Lower Litigation Risk, Victoria Soto, JD, provides a handbook to help doctors preserve their livelihoods by practicing the lost art of good manners. New National Book Release From Expert Victoria Soto A lawyer with unique experience on both sides of the courtroom - first as a medical board staff attorney, then defending healthcare professionals before licensing agencies for more than a decade - Soto says the manners you learned as a kid could save your career as a physician. In World's Best Doctors, she reveals how doctors can incorporate good behavioral patterns to build even more successful careers, a skill that is often overlooked in the medical profession. By making a point to be kind and respectful while caring for patients, Soto says it's possible to avoid negative feelings that might lead to litigation. "How you behave today can absolutely affect your tomorrow," says Soto in her new book. "Of course, no one can entirely control the way other people react," says Soto, "but there are many ways that you, as a physician, can position yourself so that it's less likely that someone gets upset enough at you to want to cause you trouble." World's Best Doctors: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction and Can Lower Litigation Risk is available now at Amazon.com and other online retailers. Victoria Soto, JD, is lead counsel of the Law Office of Victoria Soto and concentrates her practice in defending physicians before the Texas Medical Board. Victoria was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1995 and the Texas Bar in 2001 and has been practicing for more than twenty years. Victoria speaks frequently to medical groups, healthcare institutions, and organizations regarding the practice of medicine and defending physicians' licenses. She is not only a keynote speaker in the world of healthcare providers but a motivational and leadership keynote speaker at conferences and seminars as well. Media Contact: Victoria Soto, Law Office of Victoria Soto, (512) 943-9284, [email protected] Media Contact: Victoria Soto, Law Office of Victoria Soto, (512) 943-9284, [email protected] Law Office of Victoria Soto 401 Congress Avenue #1540, Austin, TX 78701 1005 S. Rock Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 512-960-3438 Copyright © 2016 Law Office of Victoria Soto:


Mind Your Manners to Avoid Malpractice Lawsuits - Law Office of Victoria Soto

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Official Blog of the Law Office of Victoria Soto
With her new book, World's Best Doctors: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction and Can Lower Litigation Risk, Victoria Soto, JD, provides a handbook to help doctors preserve their livelihoods by practicing the lost art of good manners. New National Book Release From Expert Victoria Soto A lawyer with unique experience on both sides of the courtroom - first as a medical board staff attorney, then defending healthcare professionals before licensing agencies for more than a decade - Soto says the manners you learned as a kid could save your career as a physician. In World's Best Doctors, she reveals how doctors can incorporate good behavioral patterns to build even more successful careers, a skill that is often overlooked in the medical profession. By making a point to be kind and respectful while caring for patients, Soto says it's possible to avoid negative feelings that might lead to litigation. "How you behave today can absolutely affect your tomorrow," says Soto in her new book. "Of course, no one can entirely control the way other people react," says Soto, "but there are many ways that you, as a physician, can position yourself so that it's less likely that someone gets upset enough at you to want to cause you trouble." World's Best Doctors: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction and Can Lower Litigation Risk is available now at Amazon.com and other online retailers. Victoria Soto, JD, is lead counsel of the Law Office of Victoria Soto and concentrates her practice in defending physicians before the Texas Medical Board. Victoria was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1995 and the Texas Bar in 2001 and has been practicing for more than twenty years. Victoria speaks frequently to medical groups, healthcare institutions, and organizations regarding the practice of medicine and defending physicians' licenses. She is not only a keynote speaker in the world of healthcare providers but a motivational and leadership keynote speaker at conferences and seminars as well. Media Contact: Victoria Soto, Law Office of Victoria Soto, (512) 943-9284, [email protected] Media Contact: Victoria Soto, Law Office of Victoria Soto, (512) 943-9284, [email protected] Law Office of Victoria Soto 401 Congress Avenue #1540, Austin, TX 78701 1005 S. Rock Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 512-960-3438 Copyright © 2016 Law Office of Victoria Soto:


Healthcare Forum: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction & Can Lower Litigation Risk | Catto & Catto

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Victoria Soto, JD is lead counsel of the Law Office of Victoria Soto and concentrates her practice in defending physicians before the Texas Medical Board. She graduated from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1995 and the Texas Bar in 2001. Beginning in 2001, Victoria served as a prosecuting attorney for the Texas Medical Board. During her tenure with the Board, she resolved a record number of cases, becoming a leader among her peers in case resolution and Agreed Orders resulting from administrative disciplinary proceedings such as Informal Settlement Conferences, Show Compliance Proceedings, License Committee hearings and State Office of Administrative Hearings/Mediations. Since leaving the Texas Medical Board in 2005, Victoria has represented several hundred physicians before the Texas Medical Board. Her experience and extensive knowledge of medical board rules, procedures and policies coupled with her experience in working closely with board administrators, staff attorneys, affords her clients a seasoned and experienced representative before the Texas Medical Board. Victoria speaks frequently to hospitals and medical groups within the State of Texas regarding the Texas Medical Board and its disciplinary process. She is a regular speaker and presenter for the Texas Medical Association at their annual TexMed conferences and other continuing medical education seminars throughout the state.


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