Administrative Challenge

One other key area of practice Jung & Associates specializes in is representing vulnerable clients and challenging administrative decisions.

Administrative challenge issues often arise when clients have little or no knowledge of the administrative procedure by which he is unfairly victimized. Whether it is police abuse of power, public department's unfair investigation and treatment of clients, or an excessive penalty in traffic violation, we have challenged a number of unfair administrative decisions and successfully reversed the original judgments in favor of our clients.

Some of our notable administration challenge cases include:

  • Defended a client against Syosset school district as well as Nassau University medical center for illegal detention of student at mental psychiatric unit
  • Represented a client in a hearing against the Department of Consumer Affairs
  • Represented a physical therapy group in connection with state education department investigation relating to the practicing professionals
  • Represented a client in grievance against NYPD (police abuse of power/misconduct)
  • Represented the Korean Consulate General in connection with a suicide investigation
  • Represented a client against NYS workers' compensation board for a default judgment
  • Represented general contractors against New York State Labor Department
  • Represented clients for a matter pending before US Department of State
  • Defended a client against NYS Department of Environmental Protection
  • Represented a client before National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
  • Represented a KACPAA (Korean American Certified Public Accountants' Association in Greater New York) to seek an advisory opinion related to certain rules under the AICPA
  • Mental hygiene: temporary forceful institutionalization
  • Defended a client against NYS Division of Human Rights in Race Discrimination investigation
  • Represented a daycare center against NYS Office of Children and Family Services in a child neglect investigation