Administrative Law

Administrative law governs the powers, procedures and acts of administrative agencies of government, which must act within Constitutional parameters. This area of law requires unique insight and expertise, which is why Greenspoon Marder has assembled a team of seasoned attorneys, including municipal, county and state legislators, as well as a lobbyist with 20 years experience in the Florida Senate, in order to form the Administrative Law Group.

Our attorneys are experienced in a broad range of administrative matters at the local, state, and federal levels, including: the defense of challenged professionals in licensing and disciplinary matters; ethics and election matter disputes; special taxing districts; condominium and homeowner association issues; land use, zoning and environmental challenges; real property appraisals and disputes; agricultural classifications or exemptions; and contested administrative hearings.

Greenspoon Marder handles a vast array of matters in the area of Administrative Law, including but not limited to:

  • Administrative Adjudications
  • Administrative Agency Practice
  • Administrative Hearings & Appeals
  • Administrative Litigation
  • Federal Administrative Law
  • Judicial Review
  • Professional Licensing and Defense
  • Professional Licensing Regulation

For businesses considered to be highly regulated by state and federal laws, Greenspoon Marder is nationally known for its Regulatory Compliance & Defense Group. Our attorneys regularly represent clients before municipal, county, state and federal governing bodies, including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Justice (DOJ), state attorneys' general, Department of Transportation (DOT), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), among others.

Because Greenspoon Marder is a full-service law firm, our Administrative attorneys have the ability to draw upon the experience and expertise of other attorneys in a variety of practice areas, including: Land Use & Zoning; Environmental; Real EstateGovernment & Government Relations; Regulatory Compliance & Defense; Corporate & Business; Litigation; among others.