Public Law

Gardere’s Public Law practice group focuses on analyzing and advocating for client’s legal and public policy positions. The team collaborates with clients to develop strategies for success, both in and outside of the courtroom. Whether it is providing analysis and briefing on trial and appellate matters or performing high-level, multistate statutory analysis of issues and policies affecting its clients, Gardere consistently exceeds expectations.

Our public law attorneys are adept in their ability to navigate bureaucracy to provide effective public law representation. We work with elected officials, municipalities, counties, colleges, special districts and other governmental entities, as well as private businesses engaged in public private partnerships or otherwise working with the government. Specific expertise includes open meetings, public information acts and election laws, as well as civil rights litigation and contract and business tort disputes involving public projects.

Experience in public service uniquely positions the team to efficiently resolve government-related disputes, from regulatory compliance issues to condemnation matters. With the support of more than 230 attorneys across a variety of practices, Gardere calls upon the diverse experience within the Firm, such as litigation, administrative and regulatory, condemnation/eminent domain and government affairs to develop effective strategies for clients operating in public forums.

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