Representing Clients in a Range of Administrative Law Matters
For more than 36 years, Ronald Talmo, Attorney at Law, has provided creative and personalized legal solutions for businesses and individuals in a range of practice areas, including occupational licensing issues, administrative hearings and appeals, criminal defense for licensees and other select matters.
Attorney Talmo's extensive administrative law experience includes representation before numerous agencies in California, including the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Department of Social Services (DSS), Medical Boards, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the State Contractors License Board, the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the Department of Consumer Affairs, the Bureau of Real Estate and the Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission. He has also represented clients in matters involving numerous school boards, planning commissions and city councils.
With offices in Santa Ana, attorney Ronald Talmo accepts cases in Orange County and throughout California, and regularly travels to meet with clients. He values meeting his clients face to face at their own locations, enabling him to provide individual attention and to better assess each person's or business's unique needs.
California License Defense Lawyer
When your professional license is in jeopardy, when you need to obtain a license or permit, or when you are under investigation by an administrative board or government agency, you need an attorney who has significant experience in these specific legal areas. In addition to more than three decades practicing law, Mr. Talmo also draws upon his knowledge and experience gained as a law professor, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) activist and criminal defense attorney as he aggressively asserts and protects his clients' rights.
Contact Ronald Talmo, Attorney at Law
To discuss your administrative law issue with Attorney Talmo in a free consultation, call 714-543-1294 or contact Mr. Talmo online. Whether you are searching for an Orange County occupational license lawyer, you need a conditional use permit or you are dealing with one of the many state licensing agencies, Ronald Talmo, Attorney at Law, can represent you.