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Administrative law attorneys help when government agencies deny applications and or benefits.
They also assist businesses with penalties or regulation and regulatory agency compliance.
Ensuring that legal rights are preserved in legal issues dealing with state or federal administrative agencies, an administrative law attorney brings expertise in understanding the courts and processes that often are unique to administrative agencies.
This area of law can involve various levels of regulatory authority and proactive assistance with federal, state or local level rules and regulations.
Some attorneys specialize in working with cases involving a particular government agency, like the Social Security Administration; be sure to ask for experience and applicable references to ensure you select the right lawyer for your needs.
Additionally, lawyers specializing in other practice areas, such as tax law and employment law, will most likely have significant experience working with respective agencies and programs in their area, such as the IRS for tax law and EEOC and FMLA in employment law.
Administrative law attorneys listed here are recognized by their professional achievements in administrative law and by their peers.
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