Toronto Administrative Law Representation

Ontario Administrative Law Representation

In our complex world, administrative law often means dealing with a variety of government regulatory boards, commissions or administrative tribunals - other than the courts - that regulate the lives of people and seek to protect the interests of consumers and the public. At  Polten & Associates in Toronto, we have the experience and expertise to provide the proactive and painstaking administrative law services you need.

Our firm has diverse experience in representing clients before tribunals, in advising municipalities and employers within the Greater Toronto Area and in acting for disciplinary authorities regulating police officers, as well as for persons facing discipline - including lawyers, professional engineers, educators and nurses. We also have substantial experience in handling academic and disciplinary appeals against respected academic institutions.

In addition, we offer skilled representation in cases for which it becomes necessary to appear before the courts for the purpose of appealing or reviewing decisions handed down by regulatory boards and tribunals.

The Experience to Handle Your Administrative Law Needs

Our lawyers are well-versed in administrative law, including cases involving:

Sample Case

We recently handled an academic appeal on behalf of a student who had been charged with a serious breach of his university's code of conduct, which could have resulted in his expulsion and endangered his aspiration to a professional career. We settled the case with the university administrators, which allowed our client to complete his academic work without penalty.

Contact a Knowledgeable Toronto Lawyer

To discuss your unique administrative law needs with a knowledgeable lawyer from our firm, contact us by calling from the Toronto area 647-724-4175 or from elsewhere toll free 1-866-322-6521.

More information

Click here to read an article entitled " Canadian Administrative Law and German Verwaltungsrecht - An Overview and Comparison ", the writing of which was supervised by Eric P. Polten.