“Whenever the people are well informed, they can be trusted with their own government; that whenever things get so far wrong as to attract their notice, they may be relied on to set them to rights.”
State departments, commissions, boards and agencies in Trenton and throughout New Jersey hear thousands of requests annually for permits, licenses and benefits in various types of administrative hearings. Municipalities are often charged with the enforcement of building codes and matters related to property maintenance, safety and upkeep. In some instances, the enforcement of a regulatory scheme may result in fines, changes to rights and entitlements, or even in loss of license for contractors. If you will be appearing before a state or local agency you should have legal representation by experienced legal counsel that has appeared before those same agencies with proven, successful results.
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., represents clients before all municipal, county, state and federal government agencies.
This includes, but is not limited to municipal courts for code violations, planning and zoning boards, and state agencies including but not limited to the Department of Environmental Protection, the Department of Labor, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Banking and Insurance, and many other boards, commissions, authorities and agencies.
Have you been issued a Notice of Violation for a building code violation? Have you been denied a permit? Have you been summoned to appear before a licensing board? Are you challenging the award of a government contract or procurement? Do you have another type of administrative case? Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., began his legal career over 16 years ago as a judicial clerk for Administrative Law Judges in the NJ Office of Administrative Law. Subsequently he entered private practice and has represented a myriad of clients before these same agencies and same judges. If you have a government of administrative law matter, contact the law offices of Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq., to discuss your matter. The initial, no-obligation consultation is free. Call 201-627-8694 to set up an appointment.