Oklahoma City, OK Administrative Hearings and Appeals Attorneys

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  • R. Brown Wallace
  • Member at Wallace & Wallace, P.C.
  • Oklahoma City, OK U.S.A.
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  • Daniel J. Hoehner
  • Partner at Pierce Couch Hendrickson Baysinger & Green, L.L.P.
  • Oklahoma City, OK U.S.A.
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  • Howard J. Pallotta
  • Gen. Coun. at Okla. Health Care Auth.
  • Oklahoma City, OK U.S.A.
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  • Jodi B. Levine
  • Admin. Law J., Soc. Sec. Admn.
  • Oklahoma City, OK U.S.A.
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Administrative Hearings and Appeals in Oklahoma City, OK

Government agencies often have their own dispute resolution processes that operate outside of the federal or state judicial system. If you've been negatively affected by a local, state or federal agency's decision, then your only recourse may be through an administrative hearing or appeal. But not all litigators have experience handling administrative litigation. Instead, you'll want to turn to an administrative law attorney or law firm that's knowledgeable about the agency's hearings and appeals process, and has the know-how to effectively represent and guide you through the process.