D. Ty Jackson Attorney At Law
Ty focuses his practice on administrative and regulatory law, including litigation arising in those areas. He represents healthcare entities and individuals, including physicians, hospitals, special hospital districts, health plans, blood banks, clinical laboratories, pharmacies, pharmacy benefit management companies, pharmaceutical manufacturers, repackagers or distributors, third party administrators, governmental entities, vendors, and corporations in a broad range of administrative, complex civil litigation and consulting matters. He has experience representing clients before agency boards, at administrative hearings, in state and federal courts and before Florida’s legislative and executive branches of government.
Ty also provides representation to design professionals, owners, and contractors in construction litigation and licensing matters, banking and financial institutions, prepaid education organizations, outdoor advertising companies, and petroleum marketers involving franchising, pollution cleanup and environmental compliance, fair marketing and state and local taxation.
Ty represents clients relating to regulatory compliance issues before Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Health, Department of Education, Department of Transportation, Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Office of Insurance Regulation, Department of Financial Services, Department of Revenue, Agency for Persons with Disabilities and Department of Children and Families. His representation of clients on regulatory issues includes litigation concerning those matters before state regulatory boards, the Florida Commission on Ethics, and at the Division of Administrative Hearings. He has tried a number of certificate of need matters, procurement protests, and challenges to proposed, adopted, and unadopted rules, and has defended numerous clients against licensure denials and disciplinary proceedings brought by various state agencies and departments.
Ty also advises many public and private clients on Florida’s Public Records Act and Sunshine Law.
Ty represents both governmental and private clients at trial and in arbitration proceedings involving complex legal claims.
Ty represents a range of clients, including in the areas of health care, the construction industry and the defense sector, among others, before the legislative and executive branches of Florida’s government. He helps his clients understand the legal implications of legislative issues affecting them, and advocates for changes that will positively impact his clients and their industries.