Sandra Benyamin handles a variety of financial services matters. She primarily advises financial institutions with asset management and commercial disputes, including workout and bankruptcy matters.
In addition to her work in the financial services arena, Sandra has represented employers in litigation and investigations. Her experience in this area includes counseling employers on labor relations, drafting policies and procedures, and helping them implement best practices.
As a summer associate and diversity fellow at a national law firm, Sandra assisted with matters involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), attorney's fees and wage garnishment, and check fraud.
During law school, Sandra was an editor of the Texas International Law Journal. She was also an active member of the Women's Legal Caucus, Legal Eagles, Texas Business Law Society, and the Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. While she was a student, Sandra also participated in a pro bono program with Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid. In her role, she worked with low-income homeowners on property issues and helped immigrant survivors of crime apply for legal status in the United States
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