Obtaining Records through FOIA as a Business
Obtaining information for your business
We have represented businesses who need information. I like to talk about a couple of examples. One key example would be the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. We represented a company that needed data from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on the provision of medical care to Americans. We were successful in helping this company obtain the data that they had been denied, that they’d been asking and asking for and we were able to help them and get that data. Another example is that we were contacted by a trucking company, and this trucking company wanted some test data about their competitors trucks. We were able to help that company obtain the test data on their competitors trucks, again, helping them do a better job in their business.
Business is the largest single user of the Freedom of Information Act, and we are honored to represent businesses that are trying to get information from the federal government. We represent businesses who request records, who have been denied records, and now have to do an administrative appeal. We represent businesses that are filing judicial reviews. So if you have questions on how to navigate the FOIA process, please feel free to give me a call and I’d be happy to talk with you.