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Charleston Administrative Lawyer

James A. Bruorton, IV, Esq.
James A. Bruorton, IV, Esq.
cbruorton@rrhlawfirm.com
843.737.6550
Timothy J.W. Muller, Esq.
Timothy J.W. Muller, Esq.
tmuller@rrhlawfirm.com
843.737.6550
David G. Jennings, Esq.
David G. Jennings, Esq.
djennings@rrhlawfirm.com
843.737.6550

Rosen Hagood

151 Meeting Street, Suite 400
P.O. Box 893
Charleston, SC 29401
United States

Consult with a Proven Charleston Administrative Lawyer

The proven Charleston administrative lawyers at Rosen Hagood are experienced in the effective resolution of administrative lawsuits as related to government agencies in South Carolina. Charleston administrative attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general administrative law, including but not limited to judicial review, public law claims and administrative hearings or appeals in Charleston, South Carolina. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Charleston administrative lawyer.

The Charleston administrative attorneys have experience representing clients in administrative law matters involving:

  • Administrative Adjudications
  • Administrative Agency Practice
  • Administrative Appeals
  • Administrative Hearings
  • Administrative Litigation
  • Federal Administrative
  • Judicial Review
  • Professional Licensing
  • Professional Licensing Regulation
  • Public Law
  • Regulatory Matters

Experienced Charleston Administrative Attorney

South Carolina administrative law is a branch of law that contains the legal principles governing the administration and regulation of federal and state government agencies. It is considered a branch of public law and commonly called regulatory law. Decision making in the daily activities of various federal and state agencies, such as tribunals, boards or commissions, is governed by administrative law. Most government agencies in the U. S. are established under the executive branch of government. The executive branch is led by the president. It controls the federal executive departments, which are led by secretaries who are members of the U. S. Cabinet. Even though many of the important independent agencies of the federal government created by statutes enacted by Congress exist outside of the federal executive departments, they are part of the executive branch of the government. Administrative law stands as a key to the functioning of these agencies and departments and ensures smooth running of the government.

Trusted Charleston Administrative Law Firm

The Charleston administrative attorneys at Rosen Hagood are distinguished by a history of successful administrative claim recoveries through settlements and verdicts. For experienced representation in an administrative dispute or disagreement, contact the Charleston administrative lawyers at Rosen Hagood in South Carolina.

Rosen Hagood

151 Meeting Street, Suite 400
P.O. Box 893
Charleston, SC 29401
United States

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Rosen Hagood

151 Meeting Street, Suite 400
P.O. Box 893
Charleston, SC 29401
United States

Law Firm Contact: Alice F. Paylor

Tel: 843.737.6550

Fax: 843.724.8036

Website: www.rrhlawfirm.com

Member Since: 2004

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