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The government and regulatory law team of attorneys at Wilbur Smith offer a wealth of knowledge when it comes to handling institutions and individuals who are responsible for the establishment, application and enforcement of federal, state and local laws. We are well versed in determinations and interpretations of rules and statutes administered by state government agencies that supervise county and municipal government in highly regulated areas.
A FEW EXAMPLES OF HOW WE HELP OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE:
- Representing private and governmental clients in monitoring and providing input on city, state and federal legislation and regulations
- Representing developers on the complex negotiations regarding public infrastructure investments that may also benefit a development project
- Land Use, Entitlements and Environmental Compliance Issues
- Government Contracts and Negotiations
- Planning and Zoning Board Compliance Disputes
- Professional Licensing Disputes
- Disputes involving Ambiguous Statutory or Regulatory Language
- Unconstitutional Regulatory Enforcement Actions
- Strategic Planning and Counsel to Corporations, Non-Profit Organizations, Trade Associations and Political Candidates or Committees
Our team of attorneys handle administrative law matters at the state and federal levels for private clients, which involve permitting, licensure, and related matters. We have represented a number of local governments and cities in administrative hearings and litigation matters.
Dealing with local, state and federal government regulatory agencies can be a daunting undertaking, filled with paperwork, red tape and legal hassles. Our services are designed to best help our clients navigate various regulatory compliance issues to attain the most advantageous outcome.
Our experience, strategic counsel and expert negotiation skills allow our team to effectively represent clients who are involved in legal disputes with elected officials, legislative committees, city, local and state regulatory agencies, professional licensing boards, hearing examiners and other agencies at all levels of government.