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Administrative Law

If you are a California contractor, one of the main factors affecting the success of your business is your contractor’s license status. If you are experiencing licensing issues, you want to speak with an attorney with a strong background in construction and administrative law.

The Horowitz Law Firm assists contractors and subcontractors in the resolution of administrative actions brought against them by the California Contractors State License Board (CSLB.)

Attorney Jeffrey D. Horowitz has years of experience assisting contractors with the process of applying for their California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) license. He has also achieved successful results for contractors and subcontractors facing citations and accusations by the CSLB, where fines, orders of correction, or revocation of their license was sought.

If you are a contractor, specialty contractor or subcontractor seeking assistance with an administrative matter, you want your interests to be protected by a knowledgeable and experienced administrative law attorney who also has experience with construction law.

The legal team at The Horowitz Law Firm are construction lawyers who know the Administrative Procedure Act, the rules governing hearings held by the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH), and with the rules and regulations of the CSLB.

If you are a licensee who has been notified it is facing administrative action by the CSLB, we can help you file a notice of defense, send requests for discovery and perform other important measures to protect your individual, partnership, joint venture or corporate license.

Los Angeles Attorney Experienced in Administrative Law Matters

Some examples of the Administrative Law matters handled successfully by Jeffrey Horowitz include:

  • Defending California contractors in Complaints filed with the CSLB.
  • Guidance on re-applying for a contractor’s license after revocation.
  • Representation in Accusations against contractors where revocation of the contractor’s license was sought.
  • Appeals of citations. Representation at Administrative Hearing to challenge a citation issued by the CSLB.
  • Assist with a CSLB Letter of Admonishment, including an office conference with the CSLB and judicial review with a petition for a writ of mandate.

If you are a general contractor, specialty contractor or subcontractor in the Los Angeles area or throughout California that is experiencing an action against you by the CSLB,  Contact Sherman Oaks, CA construction and administrative law attorney Jeffrey D. Horowitz .

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