Emord & Associates is dedicated to serving the needs of its national client base. The firm’s attorneys represent clients in constitutional and administrative law cases before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the National Park Service (NPS), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

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Featured Media

Listen to George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM radio program from December 13, 2011.  In the first hour, FDA and constitutional lawyer Jonathan Emord discussed the misguided approach of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).  He explained that the agency spent $57 billion in the last 10 years and maintains 65,000 employees, yet a recent investigation by Congress’s General Accounting Office found that 17 known terrorists were able to travel, on 24 different occasions, and pass through 8 separate TSA screening locations.  “The whole thing, sadly, is a game of smoke and mirrors,” he lamented.  Emord also detailed the FDA’s attempts to regulate mobile medical apps and its court case concerning graphic images on cigarette labeling.  Click here to read Congress’s ten-year report on the TSA.