Representing clients in adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings requires special skills. At Anderson & Kreiger, we understand the ins and outs of administrative procedure and regulatory regimes, from the federal rules regarding airports to local land use ordinances. And when we appear as advocates before administrative agencies, we bring not only our substantive expertise in the applicable field of regulation, but also our skill and experience as trial lawyers and appellate advocates. Our administrative litigation experience includes:
Defending airport owners in regulatory compliance and rate-setting proceedings before the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration.
Trying numerous environmental and energy facility siting cases before state administrative law judges.
Serving as lead counsel in dozens of complex, precedent-setting insurance and utility rate-setting cases before administrative agencies.
Handling the first adjudicatory proceeding under the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act.