When your business has a regulatory problem that isn’t easily fixed, we bring creative solutions to the table, drawing on our deep experience dealing with state and federal agencies in Florida and beyond.
Parker Hudson is at the forefront of administrative law in the State of Florida, with extensive experience in healthcare regulation, bid procurement-related issues, the Florida pari-mutuel industry, the alcoholic beverage industry, medical marijuana regulation, and beyond.
Whether you need a license or permit to meet a particular business goal, hope to influence regulatory policy or rulemaking at the state level, or want to head off regulatory disputes or contract disputes before they mature, we offer practical advice and state-specific strategies rooted in deep experience.
Our approach includes:
- Uniting our team with your goals, committing ourselves to fully understanding your business and its objectives
- Analyzing the obstacles to licensing, certifications, or policymaking and identifying the problems so that we can develop practical solutions
- Prioritizing communication and strategy as the keys to successful negotiation
- Making it easy for your business leaders to communicate with our lawyers
- Fostering our relationships with the state agencies that matter the most to your business, leveraging our credibility with the state — and our reputation for reasoned, creative solutions — on your behalf
- Counseling you on your overall big-picture goals and plans
- Offering the bench depth and experience of larger firms but at lower rates and with transparent billing
- Government contracts
- Transactional negotiation and counseling
- Regulated healthcare businesses & hospitals in Florida
- Hospices, skilled nursing facilities, and home health agencies
- Medical marijuana treatment centers in Florida
- Florida gaming, gambling, slot machine operators, and pari-mutuel betting businesses
- Matters involving the FL Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering
- Matters involving the FL AHCA, DOH, DCF, APD, DEP, DOT, DFS, DMS, ABT, and other state agencies