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Utah law requires most state agencies to follow and comply with the Utah Administrative Procedures Act and the Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act.  DJP’s Administrative Law team has years of experience and is proficient in initiating and responding to administrative matters commenced against our clients by state and local agencies.  Utah’s administrative procedures also provide standard procedures for appealing administrative decisions to the judiciary, including whether a client is entitled to a trial de novo, whether an appeal is a review of an administrative decision and record, and what is the proper standard of review on appeal.

Significant Areas of Service

  • Lobbying of state, city, and county legislative and administrative bodies
  • Utah State Tax Commission
  • County Boards of Equalization
  • Utah Department of Health
  • County and Multi-County Regional Boards of Health
  • Utah Department of Insurance
  • Utah Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Environmental Quality
  • Department of Commerce (including, Division of Consumer Protection, Division of Securities, Division of Real Estate and Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing)
  • Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
  • Utah Liquor Commission
  • Utah Department of Education
  • Utah Department of Social Services
  • Utah Department of Administrative Services
  • Procurement law
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