Administrative and Regulatory

Recognized by U.S. News & World Report
and Best Lawyers®

Metropolitan Tier 3, Austin
Administrative/Regulatory Law

Gardere’s administrative and regulatory attorneys are expert at handling matters involving administrative and regulatory law. We have a thorough understanding of applicable public policy laws, we stay up-to-date on proposed rules and regulations, and we have developed relationships at regulatory agencies – all of which provide us with an exceptional capacity to assist clients in challenging or defending regulatory and enforcement actions.  

Our team has experience assisting clients with matters that involve:

  • Developing and drafting rule comments
  • Participation in the rule making process
  • Enforcement actions
  • Licensure issues and defense
  • Contested case proceedings

We have successfully represented clients before more than 25 major Texas state agencies, boards and commissions on a wide range of public policy issues, including:

  • Insurance
  • Financial services
  • State taxes
  • Occupational licensing
  • Food and beverage
  • Telecommunications
  • Health care
  • Campaign finance
  • Electric utility regulation
  • Education      

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