HELPING INDIVIDUALS THROUGH THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
FOIA LAW SPECIALIST
At Sorenson Law Office, your right to access to federal government records is taken seriously, and our purpose is to help you obtain the records you’re entitled to receive or review.
Whether you are preparing a request, whether you seek to remind the federal government of its obligation to respond, whether you need help with an administrative appeal or whether you need the assistance of an attorney to represent you in FOIA litigation, I will do my best to help you.
To obtain a free no-obligation consultation, or to send your questions about our FOIA law services, please visit the contact page to get started.
WHAT IS THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT?
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), passed by Congress in 1966, holds the United States and its federal government and agencies more accountable in providing records to the public. By design, FOIA (often pronounced FOY – YUH) outlines and facilitates the process of requesting government records and tells Federal agencies what is or isn’t exempt. FOIA requires Federal agencies to provide requesters the records, unless they are exempt. Federal agencies aren’t required to organize data for requesters, rather, they must provide the records, then it’s up to the requesters to analyze the records for information and data they seek.
Director and Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Neurology
Johns Hopkins University
Owner, HeartDrug Research, LLC
FDA INFORMATION WIN!
“Sorenson Law Office excels at litigating stalled Freedom of Information requests and helped me get records from the FDA.” –Katherine Eban, author of Bottle of Lies