Top Alachua Government Agencies & Programs Lawyers - Florida

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    Watson LLP is a boutique intellectual property and technology law firm with offices in Orlando, Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles that serves clients ranging from start-ups to   Fortune 500   companies. The firm has an active intellectual property litigation practice in the federal courts, nationwide, as well as before numerous administrative forums such as the World Intellectual...

  • A Florida Law Firm Focusing on Administrative, Environmental, Governmental, Health Care and Licensing Law The law firm of Oertel, Fernandez, Bryant & Atkinson, P.A., was founded in Tallahassee, Florida, in 1978. Now composed of 10 lawyers, the firm has built a statewide practice representing individuals, organizations, business and governmental clients with varied concerns in administrative...

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    When you need representation for a complex Medicare/Medicaid fraud case, the Law Offices of Audrey Hildes Schechter, P.A., helps you blow the whistle. From our offices in Clearwater, Florida, we help clients in the cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg, as well as other parts of the state, call out illegal activities. Whether you are a witness to health care fraud or a scam in which a for-profit...

Need help with Government Agencies & Programs?

You've come to the right place.  If you may be entitled to receive services, public benefits, and assistance from the federal and/or state government, a government agencies & programs lawyer can help address your legal concern.

Use FindLaw to hire a local government agencies & programs lawyer to assist in interfacing with federal and state government agencies like the Social Security Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, and state social services departments.


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