Administrative & Regulatory Matters in Wall, NJ

How We Can Assist with Administrative Law

Whether you are an individual or a corporate entity in New Jersey, local, state and federal agencies regulate many aspects of our lives and businesses.  At Maggs McDermott & DiCicco LLC, we offer high-quality representation. Our knowledgeable and experienced team of legal professionals, led by our corporate lawyers, can decipher the complexities and often-times confusing regulations to ensure that the agency enforces them fairly. We have years of experience representing clients against agencies, including the Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Education, Department of Labor, and local zoning boards. Don’t let government red tape make you feel overwhelmed.  Instead, contact our skilled lawyers. We understand what needs to be done to help you win your case. Contact our team today to schedule your free case consultation.

What Are Administrative Matters in Law?

Numerous local, state, and federal government entities create laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing businesses and individual residents. Failure to follow these laws can lead to massive fines, significant maintenance costs, and even threaten the viability of a business. The professionals at Maggs McDermott & DiCicco LLC have a complete understanding of New Jersey’s often complex laws, rules and regulations. We can help you understand and successfully navigate through difficult legalese before an issue arises. We ensure your company complies with these requirements, so you can focus on running your business. If you have been summoned by a board, our law firm offers experienced representation. We have appeared before various local, state, and federal agencies and successfully represented our clients.

Administrative Law Matters We Serve

When you choose us to represent you, you can count on our knowledgeable and skilled lawyers to help win your case. We also call upon industry experts to ensure you get the best outcome possible. Our own team has decades of experience representing clients in a wide range of regulatory issues, including:

  • Regulatory Approvals: Nearly all businesses across New Jersey require government oversight to maintain operation in the state. Without the assistance of a regulatory attorney, these rules can be challenging to understand and can lead to severe penalties if not followed. Our professional lawyers can help your business interpret these rules and guide you to ensure you are compliant.
  • Hearings and Enforcement Proceedings: When you are brought before a board for a hearing, you need a team to represent you properly and to provide you with the best outcome possible. Often, these hearings are critical for the success of your business. Make sure you have the most trusted lawyers to represent you on your next case.
  • Land Use Regulation: Cities and towns throughout New Jersey follow specific land use regulations, including environmental zoning regulations, historic preservation laws, housing codes, building codes, OSHA rules and more. As a property owner, you may inadvertently find yourself in violation of these codes and facing a hefty fine. Our experienced lawyers work with clients to help them better understand local land use regulations and guide you through the process intelligently and efficiently.

How We Can Help

The lawyers at Maggs McDermott & DiCicco LLC have years of experience successfully representing individuals and business owners in disputes against federal, state, and local agencies. Don’t challenge these powerful institutions on your own. Our lawyers, supported by our skilled legal professionals, leverage their years of experience and knowledge to ensure you get the outcome you deserve. We also call on industry experts to build the strongest case for you. Our team’s relentless dedication to our clients has made us a leader in administrative and regulatory law. Contact our law firm today to schedule your free case evaluation.

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