Administrative law is the body of law that governs the activities of administrative agencies of government. Government agency action can include rulemaking, adjudication, or the enforcement of a specific regulatory agenda. Administrative law also governs the activity of many professionals and businesses that hold licenses.
If you are dealing with a Florida or New Jersey government agency, professional licensing board or other licensing or administrative group or organization, an administrative law attorney can help guide and protect you through the process.
Attorney Richard Asselta’s trial and litigation experience, along with his appellate experience, makes him uniquely qualified to handle matters before administrative agencies and boards. Whether it be negotiation, defending you or your business in litigation, or appealing an agency decision, Richard Asselta can help.
Asselta Law, P.A. can represent you or your business in administrative and agency actions involving the issuing or taking away professional licenses, or imposing sanctions on you or your business. Asselta Law can can represent any licensed professional or business, including:
Marriage and Family Therapist
Dentists and Dental Hygienists
Certified Public Accountants
Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistants
Chiropractic Physician and Registered Chiropractic Assistants
Clinical Laboratory Personnel
Physical Therapist Assistant
Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Real Estate Agents
Application to the Florida Bar can be an intimidating process. Asselta Law is here to help. We can assist you in the following processes:
Law School Application Assistance
Florida Bar Application Review
Florida Bar Application Amendment
Investigative Hearing Representation
Florida Bar Exam ADA Accommodations
Florida Supreme Court Petitions
Readmission or Rehabilitation Hearings
The other common situation in which you should often consider hiring an administrative attorney is an agency is proposing to take disciplinary action against a professional or occupational license that you hold, or has denied your application for an occupational or disciplinary license. Depending on whether there are material facts in dispute, you may wish to defend your license in an administrative hearing, often before the division of administrative hearings, or may wish to defend your license by appearing before the governing body or board assigned to your profession.
Please contact us if you believe that we could be of assistance to you in any Florida administrative law matter. Keep in mind that administrative law guidelines are often very short, so you do not want to delay seeking counsel.
Asselta Law offers free consultations and flat fee agreements. Call today. (855) 338-5299