Administration & Government Law

California Administrative, Regulatory, Unemployment Insurance Appeals and State Agency Lawyer

Administrative, regulatory and public agency law is simply not the same as civil litigation. As a former Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice, attorney Scott J. Harris has firsthand experience in representing, advising and working with state regulatory and administrative agencies. As a result, Scott J. Harris understands how these agencies, work, think, and act, and is prepared to translate that knowledge into results for you. In addition to his emphasis in Professional Licensing, Scott J. Harris may be able to assist you before other State, Local, and Federal administrative agencies.

Below is a sampling of the different types of issues an experienced administrative attorney like Scott J. Harris can help you with:

  • Construction Permits and Fines
  • Business Licensure and Permits
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • Medicare and Medicaid Issues
  • Workers Compensation Insurance
  • State Disability Benefits Professional Licensing

Los Angeles Unemployment Insurance Appeals and Writ of Mandate Attorney

If you wish to appeal a decision of the Employment Development Department (EDD) or the Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (UIAB), then contact an experienced administrative law and appeals attorney like Scott J. Harris. We tackle the toughest cases, and aim to get you the benefits to which you are entitled, and represent your rights throughout the administrative hearing and appeals process. When necessary, we file appeals by Writ of Mandate in State Superior Court. Contact us to find out more information and to see how we may be able to help you get the unemployment benefits you deserve.
California Unemployment Law, Appeals, Social Security, Contract and Permitting, Professional Licensing, Business License, Alcohol and Liquor License, Citations, and Government Law Attorney.
Contact S J Harris Law and attorney Scott J. Harris to discuss your matter in more detail.