Larkin Hoffman’s administrative and regulatory law team understands how government agencies work and has substantial experience working with clients to navigate the agency rulemaking process. We help develop strategy and represent clients in enforcement actions before administrative law judges, commissions and in court.
Our subject-matter attorneys work with government relations attorneys to respond to administrative agency rulemaking, contested cases or other government agency problems. The subject-matter attorneys include practitioners in environmental law, labor and employment, energy and many other disciplines. When required, our government relations attorneys work with our litigators to resolve administrative matters through litigation.
Our diverse team of professionals advises on wide-ranging administrative law issues from labor to tax to real estate, and environmental to health care. Services we provide:
- Rulemaking proceedings
- Contested case hearings
- Response to civil investigative demands
- Compliance audits
- Permit or license revocation proceedings
- Consent decree negotiation
- Office of Administrative Hearings
Advocating for a client on an administrative law matter may involve pursuing both legal and political strategies to solve a problem. We use our knowledge of government to develop an approach that enables our client’s point of view to be effectively heard when and where it matters most.
Peder A Larson
Administrative and Regulatory Law Attorneys
- Thomas F Alexander
- Matthew W Bergeron
- John A Cotter
- Peter J Coyle
- John E Diehl
- Todd I Freeman
- John A Kvinge
- Peder A Larson
- Paul J Linstroth
- Megan C Rogers
- Gary A Van Cleve