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Our society is run by regulations and administrative hearings. On the Federal level, administrative law the judges at OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other agencies decide important regulatory matters that affect business owners, large and small.

In Michigan Government, the Secretary of State handles election complaints and driver license appeals. The Departments of Environmental Quality and Natural Resources hear wetlands complaints as well as hunting/wildlife violations. The Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards hears licensing appeals from peace officers.

State regulatory boards hear cases and appeals in all areas of professional occupations, from cradle-to-grave; and from health care to mortuary services.

These hearings take the place of court room trials, and form the complete record of your appeals. We can make sure that you or your business gets a fair hearing, and the administrative law judge has the complete record of your case.




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