[regulations_widget_topbars][regulations_widget_topbar title="Call For Free Consultation" desc="(310) - 751 -0446"][/regulations_widget_topbars]
Los Angeles Administrative Law Attorneys
What is administrative law?
Administrative law is a public branch of law concerning the creation and operation of administrative agencies. It governs the administration and regulation of governmental units, including legal agency-to-agency relationships and the rules agencies make. Administrative law also regulates the scope of agency authority, particularly regarding individual privacy and access to government information. Government agencies have a primary purpose of protecting the public interest and administrative law ensures that this obligation remains fulfilled.
Administrative bodies — such as the Medical Board of California, Board of Registered Nurses, Board of Dentistry, Board of Chiropractors, Department of Labor, the Federal Communications Commission, and many more — are the entities that create and enforce administrative law. These agencies may be considered executive, legislative, or independent, with the classifications determining its power source, issue regulations, and enforcement capabilities.
The practice of administrative law includes legal representation of institutions, businesses, and individuals who appear before these regulatory agencies. The Los Angeles administrative lawyers of Kosnett Law Firm have years of experience in this complex area of practice.
When you hire our legal team, you can rest assured that you will get the best legal counsel.
We believe that every person has a right to receive qualified legal representation. Let our administrative lawyers fight your case for you. To schedule a free consultation, call us or email us today at 310-751-0446.
Our Office Locations
11355 W Olympic Blvd #300, Los Angeles, CA 90064
23046 Avenida De La Carlota #600, Laguna Hills, CA 92653, USA
What Our Clients Say
I am an alumni adviser for a fraternity at USC. The chapter was involved in a disciplinary action with the university. After receiving unusually harsh and unfair sanctions from a student/faculty review committee, our chapter sought counsel from James Kosnett. He attended a hearing with USC administrators, and prepared a compelling written appeal.