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Regulatory & Administrative Law Attorney

Administrative & Regulatory Law Attorney Fayetteville

The government has the power to shut your business down with the stroke of a pen. A bad audit, botched investigation or a new regulation can cause financial havoc, and ruin lives. We understand that Administrative & Regulatory Law attorneys require a bold and aggressive approach because every day that goes by without resolution to your issue costs you and your business precious time and money.

We handle a host of administrative and regulatory law matters in Fayetteville and surrounding areas including, inter alia,  Medicare/Medicaid issues, licensure issues with various North Carolina boards including the North Carolina Medical Board, ABC disputes and EEOC matters. Allow our team to get you back to work by cutting through the roadblock of regulations and red-tape!

Representative Cases in Administrative & Regulatory Law:

  • Attorney Michael Porter was lead counsel in the defense of medical doctor and his practice before an administrative law judge for the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (OMHA). The client was accused of over-billing Medicare in a ZPIC audit which resulted in an alleged overpayment of over $340,000.00. Mr. Porter was able to prove that Medicare’s contractor violated Federal regulations in its sampling and extrapolation methodologies. The administrative law judge reduced the alleged overpayment down to a few thousand dollars which represented over a 99% reduction on behalf of the client.
  • Attorney Porter successfully defended a physician accused by the North Carolina Medical Board of “curb-side” prescribing, “canned / cloned” medical records and whom was accused of “boundary violations” with patients. Mr. Porter’s representation resulted in most of the charges being disproven and dismissed. The physician was able to regain full practice / licensure privileges after meeting minimal conditions.
  • Attorney Porter was part of a legal team that represented a multi-state bank with a Federal charter. He defended the bank in third party claims arising out of Purchase & Assumption Agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Company (“FDIC”), and assisted the bank in their compliance with various Federal regulations and guidelines enforced by the Office of the Comptroller of Currency (“OCC”) headquartered in Washington, D.C.
  • Attorney Porter successfully defended a restaurant owner accused by the ABC of possessing and selling non-taxed alcohol which allowed the owner to keep his license and remain open for business.


    Contact Information:

    5851 Ramsey St.
    Fayetteville, NC 28311

    (910) 339-3131

    (910) 339-3132