Administrative Law

The Metz, Husband and Daughton team has over 56 years of combined experience in advising clients on state and local regulatory issues and in actively representing clients before a broad spectrum of state and local government agencies. The Firm has been extensively involved in a wide variety of regulatory arenas, including insurance regulation, election law and ethics complaints, state and local taxes, affordable housing development, pari-mutuel wagering, regulation of professions, and alcoholic beverage law.

Our Firm’s representation has covered the full range of regulatory matters, from assisting our clients in shaping new rules and regulations or changing old ones, to challenging proposed or existing rules, to counseling our clients on compliance matters. The Firm has represented clients in virtually every conceivable administrative context, including license/permit suspension or revocation proceedings, tax disputes, challenges to state or local contract awards, and constitutional challenges to rules or statutes.

If a government entity is taking action that will adversely impact your affairs, the Firm and the members of its administrative law practice section stand ready with the experience and skills necessary to help achieve a successful outcome, whether by negotiation or by litigation in appropriate administrative forum or court of law.