Given the extent to which federal, State and municipal governments regulate the activities of businesses, non-profits and individuals, it is often necessary for owners, non-profit officers and private citizens to press their cases before regulatory agencies, administrative law judges and other tribunals. Homeowners may need to obtain approval from their local zoning board of appeals for an addition to their house. Real-estate developers may require approval from boards and local, state or federal agencies to pursue their projects. Employers may need to defend themselves before the Department of Labor in a wage audit. Whatever the forum or topic, our administrative attorneys understand how administrative agencies functions, the ins-and-outs of navigating their bureaucracies and how to prosecute and defend our clients’ interest in administrative investigations, hearings and trials.