Government Relations

Government Relations

The attorneys of our Government Relations practice are committed to representing public entities and businesses before government at the local, state and national levels. Our attorneys currently serve or have served as city and county attorneys, counsel to state agencies, counsel to special districts, members of district boards and utility and transportation authorities and as general and special counsel to other numerous entities throughout Florida.

“In direct response to our clients’ needs for representation at the state level, we opened our Tallahassee office in 1987.”

In direct response to our clients’ needs for representation at the state level, we opened our Tallahassee office in 1987. Located just minutes from the Florida State Capitol, we are able to more effectively serve clients in the following:

  • Representing clients before state and local regulatory agencies and departments
  • Drafting and editing proposed legislation, rules, policies and procedures
  • Developing and executing successful legislative strategies
  • Tracking and analyzing existing and proposed policies, programs and legislation
  • Assisting clients in government contracting and permitting issues
  • Assisting clients in grant and funding opportunities and licensure application preparation
  • Advocating or defeating client and industry-specific legislation
  • Presentations and briefings to update clients and provide education to their associates and employees

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