Administrative & Regulatory

Whether the issue is lobbying the Florida Cabinet or Legislature, interpreting legislation through the rule-making process, licensing, regulatory matters or full Chapter 120 Administrative Law proceedings, GrayRobinson has the experience and relationships necessary to provide our clients with effective representation before the Legislature, all state agencies and the Florida Cabinet.

Understanding the Intricacies of Administrative Law

GrayRobinson attorneys have represented a wide variety of state entities and agencies, including a Tallahassee attorney who has previously served as Special Counsel to the Florida House of Representatives.

Our attorneys have also provided general counsel services to numerous regulatory and professional licensing boards, including the Board of Medicine, Board of Pharmacy, Board of Nursing, Board of Dentistry, Board of Chiropractic Medicine, Board of Veterinary Medicine, Board of Psychology, Board of Professional Engineers, Board of Landscape Architecture, Capitol Center Planning Commission, Commercial Motor Vehicle Review Board, Florida State Boxing Commission, Environmental Regulation Commission and the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund.

The experience these attorneys bring to the firm provides GrayRobinson with the ability to assist clients in every aspect of representation before state agencies. The firm's attorneys have appeared extensively in administrative proceedings at the Division of Administrative Hearings and in negotiations with individual state agencies. These attorneys are uniquely qualified to appear, when necessary, in the state's appellate courts on administrative law and constitutional issues.

An Experienced Perspective

Often, our attorneys have the familiarity necessary to provide clients of GrayRobinson with the opportunity to access state government in ways that permit resolution of concerns in an informal arena - without the need to resort to adversarial hearings or proceedings. When more formal actions are required, GrayRobinson's Tallahassee office is able to utilize the full range of tools provided in Florida's Administrative Procedure Act for the purpose of obtaining the desired results for our clients.

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