We represent clients in responding to and undergoing regulatory audits, investigations and enforcement, ranging from an individual solo practitioner, all the way to Fortune 50 companies.
When the federal or state agencies commence a regulatory enforcement action, our team works closely with you to respond and understand how the process flows, so you are informed every step of the way. Many people think that they have to agree to everything a government agency asks for; but with our intimate knowledge of the parameters of a government entities’ administrative and investigative authority, we help you understand what your rights are. In addition, we work with clients in a preventative manner, to review their business operations and ensure regulatory compliance, to prevent investigations or enforcement down the line.
Financial services and banks
Health care and dental providers
Department of Commerce
Department of Natural Resources
Department of Revenue
Minnesota Management and Budget
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Minneapolis City Council
St. Paul City Council
Department of Human Services
Department of Health
Board of Dentistry
Board of Medical Practice
Board of Nursing
Board of Pharmacy
Board of Social Work
Drug Enforcement Administration
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Public Utilities Commission
Environmental Quality Board
Board of Private Detectives and Protective Agents (BCA)
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