Your Legal Advocate for Every Enforcement Action
Experienced counsel to guide you from initial contact with regulators through hearings and appeals. Inquiries from government regulators and licensing boards represent daunting times for businesses and individuals. It is important to have counsel experienced in regulatory legal defense to help guide you through these trying stages, from initial communications with regulators through hearings and appeals.
First, we make sure we understand your profession and your business. An attorney will then communicate with the regulator to understand the scope of the inquiry or investigation. Next, we defend you and your business throughout the inquiry or investigation – from responding to subpoenas, to settlement conferences, to administrative hearings and to appeals. Finally, we provide counsel and advice to prevent future inquiries and investigations.
Federal and State Agencies
We help businesses and individuals respond to inquiries and investigations from federal, state and self-regulatory agencies, such as the New Jersey Office of the State Comptroller, the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, the State Ethics Commission, and FINRA, and advocate for them when their conduct is challenged.
Our attorneys help licensed individuals, from health care professionals to social workers to service industry workers, protect their licenses and their livelihoods by communicating with their licensing boards and representing them throughout any inquiries and investigations.
Under the guidance of our attorneys with Masters of Laws in Taxation, we help businesses and individuals respond to federal and state taxing authorities and to try to negotiate resolutions on their behalf.
Regulatory Legal Defense Areas of Experience
New Jersey Agencies, including:
- State Ethics Commission
- Office of the Comptroller
- Medicaid Fraud Division
- Department of Banking and Insurance
Licensing Boards, including:
- Responding to board inquiries
- Providing advice regarding reporting requirements
Self-regulatory agencies, including: