Two years after overturning his disbarment and remanding his case back to a district court for further consideration, Houston’s Fourteenth Court of Appeals has affirmed a two-year suspension of Robert S. Bennett related to his fee dispute with a former client.

Bennett, whose practice includes defending lawyers from State Bar of Texas disciplinary suits, was disbarred in March 2014 after a specially assigned state district judge concluded that he had violated two rules of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct.

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