You are chief executive officer of a toy manufacturing firm. Your firm has been inspected by officials at OSHA, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration, for alleged violations of workplace safety regulations. The evidence presented to the agency was confusing and conflicting. You feel strongly that the company should not be penalized. Nevertheless your firm has been ordered to pay a substantial fine, and an administrative law judge ordered you to make some very expensive modifications in its manufacturing processes.
Should you continue to seek review of your case before the agency’s officials?
Should you appeal by filing a lawsuit to reverse the agency’s decision?
If you are successful in court, under what circumstances can you recover your attorney’s fees?

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