The Spodek Law Group has many years of experience handling complex snap violation cases. Regardless of which stage of the case you're at, we can help. Whether that means responding to an alleged snap violation, or appealing the USDA's decision - we can help. Our firm handles SNAP violation cases nationwide and understands the challenges you face when you get a 14 day SNAP violation notice.
Our firm is one of the premier SNAP violation law firms, and one of our focal points is helping grocery store owners who have been accused of SNAP violations. Just because you're accused doesn't mean your world is over. You have options - but you have to move fast. The USDA doesn't simply wait for you to respond to the allegations. They give you a strict deadline.
Todd Spodek is our founding partner, and a second generation attorney.
Jeremy has always had an interest in civil litigation and has made it his mission to assist those dealing with civil disputes in a compassionate, caring method.
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Our snap violation law firm takes on significantly fewer clients than other firms. We’re very selective on who we work with. Our goal is to only focus on worthy cases, who we feel we can help. If we don’t think we can help you, we won’t take on your case.
The #1 reason clients choose the Spodek Law Group is because we provide excellent service and superior results at an affordable price, with an attention to detail. If you’re looking for white glove service, consider hiring our law firm.
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Our firm prides itself on providing the best possible level of service. We are available 24/7 to help answer any questions you may have. We pride ourselves on helping business owners get honest answers to their questions, and above all – helping them retain their snap privileges.
Spodek Law Group, based out of New York and Los Angeles, operates nationwide. Our firm is dedicated to helping business owners nationwide who are facing allegations by the USDA. SNAP cases are unique, and not all firms are equipped to handle them. If you’re accused of misconduct by the USDA, consider speak to the Spodek Law Group, a firm with experience handling such cases.
The Spodek Law Group has an immense practice focused on SNAP and EBT program compliance. We can help with SNAP applications, and help business owners who face complaints of SNAP EBT violations. The FNS, the agency that oversees SNAP, is very aggressively penalizing retailers. They are using automated programs to determine when retailers break EBT laws, such as illegally exchanging cash for food stamps, etc. As a result of this automation, many retailers are innocent, and simply caught up in this automated net.
In our experience as a law firm, we’ve seen MANY retailers who have faced SNAP violations across the country. If you wait too long, the problem can be irreparable. It is critical you take these allegations seriously and do not delay. If you take quick action, you can prevent any loss of revenue. The Spodek Law Group has experience helping retailers of all sizes, nationwide, stay in compliance with SNAP and EBT. With over 10-14% of the U.S. population enrolled in SNAP, accepting these benefits can be a huge boost for your business, especially if you serve low income neighborhoods. If you lose this stream of business, it can be the end of your enterprise.
I received a summons and called Spodek law group for a free consultation. Alex took my call and was very quick and responsive. He was available anytime through multiple platforms and very reassuring when needed. They are extremely organized and thorough. They got my case dismissed! I’m very grateful. Thank you Alex and Todd!
Never had to go through anything of this nature before but Spodek made it a very efficient and fast process even through covid times. I’ve seen many take a plea bargain because they couldn’t hire their own lawyers and you don’t want such things to tarnish your name. If you can afford a lawyer, afford him. The prices are great for what was the outcome. Todd was also the only person willing to watch my video evidence while orientation before I retained him as my lawyer. Little things do go a long way.
The SNAP program provides EBT benefits to many families. These benefits are meant to be used to purchase food items. These benefits used to be called food stamps. They are designed to cover things like meats, dairty, fruits, vegetables, and other essentials. Many SNAP participants use these benefits for other intentions.
If a SNAP retailer accepts benefits for something other than what’s eligible, this could be considered a SNAP violation. Different SNAP violations have different SNAP disqualifications.
There are two basic types of disqualifications: