Administrative & Regulatory Matters

Axley administrative and regulatory attorneys apply their litigation and advocacy skills in many venues other than traditional courtrooms. We regularly handle all forms of proceedings before administrative law judges in DWD and LIRC.

Our attorneys specialize in matters brought to all professional boards, including:
  • Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulations
  • Medical Examining Board
  • Board of Nursing
  • Psychology Examining Board
  • Dentistry Examining Board

We handle contested case hearings before the Department of Natural Resources and represent our clients’ interests before diverse venues ranging from the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance to the Tax Appeals Commission to the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. Additionally, we handle all manners of chapter 227 appeal proceedings through the Circuit and Appellate Court systems.

Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Representation of Bidder on a Bid Protest
Representation of a bidder on a Bid Protest relating to a three-year contract to supply laptop and desktop computers and equipment to the State of Wisconsin.

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