Dartmouth, NS Administrative Law Attorneys

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  • Thomas J. McInnis
  • Member at Weldon McInnis
  • Dartmouth, NS Canada
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  • David W. Richey
  • Member at Pettipas, Richey
  • Dartmouth, NS Canada
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      3.4/5.0 (9)
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  • Kathryn A. Raymond
  • Partner at BoyneClarke, LLP
  • Dartmouth, NS Canada
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      3.8/5.0 (6)
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  • Derek B. Brett
  • Dartmouth, NS Canada
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  • David J. Bright Q.C.
  • Partner at BoyneClarke, LLP
  • Dartmouth, NS Canada
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Administrative Law

Government agencies are bound by a body of law known as "administrative law," which is a branch of public law. Administrative law regulates all aspects of an administrative agency's operations, including rulemaking, enforcement activities, professional licensing and adjudications. Whether you are interacting with a government agency on your own behalf or on behalf of a business, you should hire an administrative law attorney who has experience with the agency's practices. Your lawyer can help you navigate the maze of administrative polices and procedures, while advocating for you during litigation and appeals.