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Federal, State and Local Government Law

Understanding federal, state and local government law is complex. Due to the multifaceted nature of the subject, it is imperative that you have an informed attorney. The attorneys at Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot represent and advocate the interests of businesses, government and associations at the federal, state and local government levels.

Our attorneys have diverse experience working within corporations in the private sector, which provide them with well-rounded, practical perspectives on all the stakeholders.

At the federal level, we devise comprehensive strategies for our clients to engage in the legislative and regulatory arenas. We work diligently with clients to monitor, review, and draft legislation, and we advise on state and local economic development and redevelopment initiatives. On Capitol Hill, we work closely with individual members of Congress, committees and key staffers on transportation, energy, natural resources, commerce, defense, homeland security, oversight, and appropriations matters. We also represent government agencies at the state and local level advising on municipal utilities, reorganization, labor and employment, marijuana regulation, and election law.

Experienced in all Areas of Regulatory Law

Several of our attorneys have extensive, senior-level Capitol Hill and federal agency experience. We maintain strong relationships with key federal, state and local governments. Our experience covers a wide variety of practice areas, including:

With such extensive knowledge of the law, you can rest assured that we can help you no matter where your case takes you. Our attorneys are committed to providing you with the representation you deserve. We know who to talk to and what to say.

Work with our Team of Experienced Advocates

With such extensive knowledge of the law, BHBC is committed to providing you with the representation you deserve. We know who to talk to and what to say. Contact one of our lead attorneys for the federal, state, and local government practice, Holly C. Wells or Jon M. DeVore, or fill out our contact form to consult with one of our experienced attorneys.