Administrative Litigation and Appeals



Though we work extensively with clients to address disputes with all levels of government before litigation becomes necessary, we recognize that litigation is often an important tool that helps clients resolve issues. Litigation concerning governmental decisions demands a unique skill set, as it often requires administrative litigation, such as before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings. This process involves challenging government actions before a hearing officer, and is similar to a court proceeding, but typically offers faster results at a lower cost. 
We assist clients with agency rule promulgation, rule challenges, and other administrative litigation, including administrative proceedings that involve challenges to licenses, permits, and comprehensive plan amendments and government contract protests. We handle quasi-judicial appeals and administrative appeals at the local government level, using experience gained during our many collective years of work with and for government, to handle challenges to permit approvals and zoning decisions.    


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