Administrative law covers a wide and varied area that oversees the activities of administrative agencies within the government. This includes rulemaking, adjudication or the enforcement of a specific regulatory agenda.
Utility laws, on the other hand, revolve around the essential supplies or services that typically include water, electricity, natural gas, telephone services or communications provided to the public by private business organizations. Utility laws are regulated by local, state and federal governments.
In looking for the proper form of legal aid, hiring an attorney can be the best and most effective way to manage and limit the risks and liabilities in administrative and utility law. It’s vital for your lawyer to be knowledgeable of the ins-and-outs regarding governmental regulation, rule enforcement and licensing.
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At Fryer & Hansen, PLLC, we are ready to assist you in identifying current opportunities and planning for the future. Our knowledgeable attorneys have the know-how in water utility law, cost of service, rate of design and have the necessary experience to represent clients in dealing with regulatory agencies.
We focus on finding our clients a long-term solution for their legal issues with extensive research and strict preparation. We are more than familiar with the following issues to deliver the outcome you need and deserve:
- Employer Protection
- Electric Law
- Gas Law
- Bid Protests
- Civil Rights
- Telecommunications Law
- Rate Changes
- Water Utility law
- Regulatory Affairs
Our attorneys have represented clients in numerous water utility cases that have spotlighted a vast range of issues. We are also more than familiar in dealing with administrative and utility litigation and disputes. We are here to provide the help you need to propel you forward.
If you have any issues regarding your protection, laws and rights, or for more information on administrative and utility laws, our attorneys are ready and willing to assist you. Get in touch with us in McAllen to get started.