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Administrative law encompasses laws and legal principles governing the administration and regulation of government agencies, including those at the federal, state and local governmental levels. While our administrative lawyers represent a large number of clients before many agencies, the legal authority and constraints of these agencies depend in large part on the general principles of administrative law. This practice includes the representation of clients with issues related to the powers granted to these agencies, the validity and effect of rules and regulations adopted by these agencies and the relationship of these agencies to the client.

Some examples of the agencies before which we practice are:

Local governments:

  • Zoning commissions
  • Planning commissions
  • Election commissions
  • Housing authorities
  • Historical commissions
  • Procurement agencies
  • Economic development agencies

State government:

  • Medical professional licensing boards
  • Environmental agencies
  • Taxing authorities
  • Agencies regulating employee benefits
  • Bank regulatory agencies
  • Historical commissions
  • Procurement agencies
  • Economic development agencies

Federal government:

  • Federal Election Commission
  • Federal Communications Commission
  • Patent and Trademark Office
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
  • Raquel L. Bellamy

  • Charles Robert Bone

  • Charles W. Bone

  • Maria Q. Campbell

  • Patricia J. Cottrell

  • Sharon O. Jacobs

  • Stacey Garrett Koju

  • Anne C. Martin

  • Robert (Bob) G. McDowell

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