Administrative litigation generally allows you to address issues before federal, state, and local agencies in an expedited and streamlined manner. Despite this, the administrative litigation process often involves complex issues, voluminous amounts of documents and compressed timeframes that require dedicated attention to detail and intensive counsel. We represent clients regarding all manner of administrative litigation, both in support of and in opposition to agency actions, in matters large or small. The varied backgrounds of our attorneys give our clients the attention to detail and dedication to achieve your goals, whether they are obtaining a permit or license, or opposing agency actions.

Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients before federal, state and local administrative agencies. In particular we have helped many clients both defend and challenge the issuance of permits and licenses by numerous agencies, including the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the water management districts, the Florida Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, and many other state and federal agencies. Our experience in navigating within the administrative litigation arena gives us the insight to assist you in any administrative litigation facing you, your business, or your organization.

The administrative litigation process frequently requires the conduct of intensive discovery and motion practice within a narrow time frame, often concerning complex subject matter. We are prepared to assist you if your legal issue involves an administrative agency, administrative or regulatory laws or administrative litigation. Our attorneys are active in numerous administrative law bar activities, and Edward de la Parte is a board certified State & Federal Government & Administrative Practice lawyer.

If you require assistance in "Administrative Litigation" related matters, call Ed de la Parte at 813-229-2775 or email him at edelaparte@dgfirm.com.