Attorneys’ Fees When a Document is Filed for an Improper Purpose

By Jonathan Taylor | May 10, 2022

Litigation in administrative proceedings affords many opportunities to move for attorneys’ fees. …

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The First District Court of Appeal Reverses Department of Revenue Final Order

By Jonathan Taylor | April 8, 2022

Last month, the First DCA issued an opinion favorable to our client,…

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Attorneys’ Fees In Administrative Appeals

By Jonathan Taylor | October 29, 2021

This post discusses attorneys’ fees in administrative appeals.  Fees in administrative appeals…

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Compelling An Agency To Act

By Jonathan Taylor | September 30, 2021

When dealing with an agency, a situation may arise where the agency…

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Differences When Challenging “Agency” Versus “Non-Agency” Final Action

By Jonathan Taylor | September 10, 2021

This post discusses how to determine whether an administrative body is an…

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Stays Pending Review of Agency Orders

By Jonathan Taylor | June 11, 2021

This post discusses the basic steps to applying for a stay pending…

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Judicial Review of Non-Final Agency Action

By Jonathan Taylor | June 4, 2021

This post discusses judicial review of non-final agency action.  When dealing with…

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Where to File an Administrative Appeal

By Jonathan Taylor | May 17, 2021

When appealing an agency order, the appealing party typically has a choice…

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Department Issues Amended Final Order Ruling That Movers Are Independent Contractors

By Jonathan Taylor | April 14, 2021

Last week, the Department of Economic Opportunity issued an Amended Final Order…

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Interim Stay of Nonfinal Emergency Suspension Order Pending Judicial Review

By Jonathan Taylor | April 1, 2021

In a post last week, I discussed nonfinal emergency suspension orders.  One…

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