Our Attorneys Serve as Outside Counsel to State and Local Government Entities in Ohio, Kentucky, and Colorado
Like all other organizations that buy products, provide services, enter into contracts and employ workers, government entities face a wide range of legal issues and risks in their day-to-day operations. To resolve these issues and manage these risks effectively, government entities need to rely on experienced counsel just like organizations in the private sector.
Rendigs’ municipal and government law attorneys work to protect the rights and interests of governmental entities in Ohio, Kentucky, and Colorado. Our clients include police departments, individual officers, municipalities, townships, and counties. Our attorneys are highly experienced in matters involving federal and state civil rights laws including Title VII and Sections 1981 and 1983, and we routinely assist municipal and government entities with matters ranging from day-to-day operational issues to administrative and civil litigation.
Comprehensive Legal Representation Custom-Tailored to State and Local Government Entities’ Needs
We understand that no two municipal or governmental entities are exactly alike. Each department, office, agency and municipality has its own unique priorities, obligations, and budget. With decades of experience in the municipal and government sector, we are able to offer strategic and cost-effective advice, and we are able to provide custom-tailored solutions that address our municipal and government clients’ most pressing needs.
Our municipal and government law practice encompasses all pertinent areas of representation. For example, we routinely provide representation for matters including:
- Procurement and Contracting – With significant experience on both sides of government procurement and contracting, we are able to skillfully guide municipal and government entities through all phases of the process. In doing so, we protect our clients’ interests contractually while ensuring that they meet all of their statutory and regulatory obligations.
- Recruiting and Employment – From satisfying equal opportunity requirements to making employment offers and making decisions at the end of probationary periods, we help municipal and government entities manage the complexities and challenges of employment law compliance in the public sector.
- Harassment, Discrimination, and Other Employment-Related Claims – Our attorneys also have significant experience representing municipal and government entities in employment-related dispute resolution proceedings and litigation. This includes (but is not limited to) proceedings and litigation involving claims under Title VII, Sections 1981 and 1983, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and other state and federal anti-discrimination laws.
- Administrative and Civil Litigation – In addition to employment-related matters, we also represent our municipal and government clients in all other types of administrative and civil litigation. This includes everything from administrative proceedings involving licensing and zoning issues to civil litigation involving contract disputes and environmental matters.
Speak with an Attorney in Our Municipal and Government Law Practice Group
Is your agency, department or office looking for experienced outside counsel that can assist with any and all legal matters as they arise? If so, we encourage you to get in touch. To speak with an attorney in our municipal and government law practice group, please call 513-381-9200 or tell us how we can help online today.