Administrative Law: Helping Businesses And Professionals Protect Their Interests

Administrative law matters involve unique legal issues and an entirely separate set of procedures compared to civil or criminal law cases that most attorneys handle in their daily work. A criminal defense or civil litigation lawyer would not necessarily know how to handle administrative law matters without explicit experience in administrative proceedings. It is essential in this type of case to work with a lawyer who understands the procedural and legal nuances involved in administrative law matters.

As a Cleveland administrative law attorney, I bring a great deal of experience in administrative law matters. Having penned Chapter 4 of Baldwin's Ohio Administrative Code: The Administrative Law Handbook and Agency Directory, I wrote the chapter on administrative law litigation in the state of Ohio. I work as co-counsel with attorneys in Ohio and throughout the country, and I represent businesses and individuals in administrative matters that include:

  • Representing professionals in licensure matters: I represent doctors, dentists, chiropractors, financial experts and other professionals whose licensure is regulated by a government agency. I help professionals who are stalled in the licensure process, and I defend against professional license revocation for malpractice, alcohol and drug addiction issues and other causes.
  • Challenging administrative decisions: Most administrative decisions involve the possibility for review. I represent clients in administrative hearings and, when appropriate, I petition civil courts for appeals.

A large percentage of my administrative law cases involves professional licensure issues, but there is a variety of administrative agencies with an astonishingly wide scope of authority. Their reach covers many aspects of life and business. I can represent clients in many different conflicts with administrative agencies.

Administrative Law Experience From The Inside

In the early years of my legal career, I worked with the Health and Human Services Section and the Major Appeals Group of the Ohio Attorney General's Office. In this capacity, I represented government agencies in many administrative law matters. I bring a thorough knowledge of how these agencies approach these issues, as well as the procedures that regulate administrative law proceedings.

By maintaining a small caseload at all times, I am able to give my clients the attention they deserve and to remain available for my clients when they need me. At The Patton Law Firm, LLC, I focus on providing my clients with representation marked by integrity, excellence and service.

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Call 440-220-6398 or contact me online to discuss your case. From my law office in Solon, Ohio, I work with clients throughout the state as well as nationally.