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Administrative Proceedings

Litigation Division


Whether you are pursuing a government contract or a legislative solution to a problem that affects your business, we help navigate through the maze of bureaucratic rules and administrative regulations and delays that often stand in the way of a successful private/public relationship. Few firms in the country have capabilities as extensive as ours that intersect government, business, and the law.

With the former general counsel for the Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council and the past executive director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust on our team, we provide clients with a level of experience and guidance that is almost impossible to find anywhere else.

We understand the burdens of facing an administrative proceeding, and we  take seriously our role in putting you in the best possible position to resolve the matter. We represent businesses and individuals before local, state and federal government agencies and boards, including prosecuting and defending actions under the Administrative Procedures Act from inception of a claim through appeal. We also defend charges concerning professional licensing and ethical violations.

We also advise clients through complex compliance matters to help them avoid potentially expensive and time-consuming disputes. Our experienced administrative law attorneys are well-versed in the issues that our clients tend to face, whether it is dealing with wage and hour compliance, government contract  disputes, or employment discrimination and retaliation. We have diligently worked with hundreds of clients, securing successful rulings in a broad spectrum of important regulatory and evidentiary proceedings.

Our Insight

If you don’t know what it is you are supposed to be complying with, then you’re putting yourself at risk for legal action down the road. A review of individual and corporate compliance on an annual or more frequent basis is key to avoiding problems in the first place.

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Administrative Proceedings

Litigation Division


Whether you are pursuing a government contract or a legislative solution to a problem that affects your business, we help navigate through the maze of bureaucratic rules and administrative regulations and delays that often stand in the way of a successful private/public relationship. Few firms in the country have capabilities as extensive as ours that intersect government, business, and the law.

With the former general counsel for the Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council and the past executive director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust on our team, we provide clients with a level of experience and guidance that is almost impossible to find anywhere else.

We understand the burdens of facing an administrative proceeding, and we  take seriously our role in putting you in the best possible position to resolve the matter. We represent businesses and individuals before local, state and federal government agencies and boards, including prosecuting and defending actions under the Administrative Procedures Act from inception of a claim through appeal. We also defend charges concerning professional licensing and ethical violations.

We also advise clients through complex compliance matters to help them avoid potentially expensive and time-consuming disputes. Our experienced administrative law attorneys are well-versed in the issues that our clients tend to face, whether it is dealing with wage and hour compliance, government contract  disputes, or employment discrimination and retaliation. We have diligently worked with hundreds of clients, securing successful rulings in a broad spectrum of important regulatory and evidentiary proceedings.

Our Insight

If you don’t know what it is you are supposed to be complying with, then you’re putting yourself at risk for legal action down the road. A review of individual and corporate compliance on an annual or more frequent basis is key to avoiding problems in the first place.

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