Destin Administrative Law Lawyer, Florida

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William E. Wyrough

Dispute Resolution, Corporate, Banking & Finance, Administrative Law
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Land Use & Zoning, Mediation, State and Local, Administrative Law
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Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Corporate, Administrative Law
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  23 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE COM'N v. Peterson

Certiorari is appropriate to challenge the award of attorney's fees to court-appointed counsel. Sheppard & White, PA v. City of Jacksonville, 827 So.2d 925, 928 n. 3 (Fla.2002). When reviewing a petition for writ of certiorari, the reviewing court determines if the lower ...

JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE COM'N v. Berry

The facts in both of these cases are substantially the same. In both cases, the Department of Children and Families filed petitions to terminate the parental rights of fathers whose whereabouts could not be determined. Because their whereabouts were unknown, both fathers were ...

Arreola v. Administrative Concepts

It is prohibited by section 440.105(4)(b) for any person to "make, or cause to be made," any false, fraudulent, or misleading statements for the purpose of obtaining workers' compensation benefits. § 440.105(4)(b)1., Fla. Stat. (2006). An employee found to have knowingly or ...