A large part of our municipal law practice has focused on intergovernmental disputes, where our municipal client is engaged in litigation or negotiations with other governmental entities, often relating to revenue or taxation.

Our attorneys have represented many large municipalities and special purpose governmental authorities in matters including complex environmental litigation, eminent domain (condemnation), appeals of adverse verdicts, challenges to state statutes and promulgated rules, battles over unfunded mandates, the scope and intent of tax increment financing laws, land use, zoning disputes, contract disputes, complex franchise agreements, demolition contracting, Headlee Amendment cases, public water, sewer, Freedom of Information Act and Open Meetings Act compliance, and myriad other matters. We have represented municipalities in high stakes litigation relating to planned developments.