Our Administrative Law Practice
Federal, state, county and municipal governments can all have an impact on your ability to do business or practice your profession.
At Snell Legal, our administrative law attorneys help business people deal with the government regulations that affect them. Do you need to obtain a permit or license? Are you at a loss over how to interpret and comply with government regulations? Are you in danger of losing your professional license? You can depend on us for quality legal advice and representation in all areas of administrative law.
Business and Professional Licensing
Whether you are a doctor, a lawyer, a CPA, a realtor, an architect, an engineer, a stockbroker or a pharmacist, a professional license is a prerequisite for doing business. Even barbers, electrical contractors and talent agents must be licensed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).
We assist those who are seeking a license for the first time and help clients understand and comply with all applicable government regulations associated with their license.
Did you know….
Law & Politics named our firm’s founder, Greg Snell, a Florida Super Lawyer — a distinction awarded to only the top 5 percent of Florida lawyers.
Defending Your License
We also represent those who may be in danger of losing their business or professional license due to regulatory compliance issues or even by complaints from consumers.
If you are the subject of an administrative investigation or an administrative lawsuit, we will work to negotiate the most favorable resolution to the issue. If a satisfactory prehearing resolution cannot be reached, our attorneys will represent you before the determining body, such as the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, the Board of Medicine or the Board of Nursing. We have assisted all sorts of businesses and professionals in this regard.
To learn more about our administrative law practice, please contact Snell Legal. We maintain offices in Ormond Beach and regularly appear in the state courts and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida in Orlando and Jacksonville.