3 edition of Municipal law and practice found in the catalog.
Municipal law and practice
Isaac M. Singer
|Statement||by Isaac M. Singer.|
|Series||Texas practice ;, v. 22-23|
|LC Classifications||KFT1280 .T4 vol. 22-23, KFT1631 .T4 vol. 22-23|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76041488|
Among our litigators are a former mayor, a deputy mayor and several attorneys who have served on Town Councils and in other governmental positions. Our experience includes former industrial lands and the complex issues raised by contaminated properties. Providing legal representation for planning boards and zoning boards to address applications and interpret local codes and state law. We provide assistance in implementing stormwater controls, energy efficiency programs, and green infrastructure implementation.
Specialty Practice Areas We have extensive experience serving municipalities in a variety of other legal service areas, including the following emerging and specialized municipal issues: Marijuana regulation, licensing, and moritoria Affordable housing development projects Major subdivision and development proposals Land conservation and environmental issues Labor and employment. Efforts include drafting ordinances, reviewing specific proposals, negotiating host community agreements, and defending decisions. Our successes include the defense of permit decisions and the environmental review process for numerous large projects throughout New York. We have also represented land use officials, teachers, police officers, and a variety of other public officials against constitutional and civil rights claims.
Lexis Advance, Westlaw and Bloomberglaw Municipal Law Following is a selective presentation of our library holdings and a brief introduction to how you would use our print and electronic resources to answer various questions related to municipal local government law. Labor Negotiations Our labor specialists offer a wealth of experience in the fields of labor law, negotiations and collective bargaining to protect the interests of municipalities. Proper preparedness for meetings of the township Council often required attendance with a brief case full of books. The fourth group, the local press, might augment their attempts at accurate reporting with the law in hand. We also serve as special counsel to municipalities that need our assistance on special projects or matters, including serving as special labor counsel, defending litigation matters, or providing specialized land use services.
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We have represented municipalities and similar public entities in numerous matters, including employee discharge claims, employee discipline claims, claims before the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, personal injury claims, condemnation proceedings, civil rights claims, zoning and wetlands enforcement issues and playground injury cases.
Real Property Tax Assessment Taxes are the lifeblood of municipal government and Hodgson Russ attorneys provide skilled, practical guidance to municipalities, school districts, and counties, in all matters of real property tax administration.
Local Government is significantly enhanced when all four groups—the lawyers, the officials, the citizens, and the press have ready access to the laws by which we govern ourselves at the local level. Upon appeal, the application of the doctrine of latches was upheld by the appellate court.
Topics are customized to meet local needs and have included land use law for planning boards, appeals boards and code enforcement officers, personal property tax collections, tax abatements, tax increment financing, boardsmanship, and Freedom of Access Act and Right to Know Law compliance.
Land Use and Permitting Our attorneys have vast experience representing both municipalities and private clients in a variety of matters involving land use, zoning and permitting issues.
Our firm's attorneys also work with clients in administrative hearings and meetings to help them achieve their administrative goals. Municipal law is freely available on the Internet, so if we do not carry it, and often we won't, unless it falls within the teaching and research interests of our faculty, go there.
We regularly advise on matters arising from employee grievances and interpretation of union contracts. Brick Gentry's municipal group provides communities with high quality, responsive and efficient legal services.
This book is intended for the four groups participating in local government. We have successfully represented municipal clients involved in state and federal antitrust actions, RICO claims, Uniform Commercial Code actions and securities litigation.
Environmental Law Municipal clients face environmental challenges for their own operations as well as in the community from private enterprises. Our attorneys and consultants also represent public sector employers in all aspects of employment and labor law, including collective bargaining, grievances, arbitration, litigation, wage-hour disputes, human rights complaints and problem-solving.
We have assisted our revenue bond clients in determining strategies for the investment of bond proceeds which are consistent with applicable municipal, state and federal law. Labor and Employment Law Our labor and employment clients include public employers with both union and nonunion workforces.
Serving the needs of small towns, large cities and everything in between requires a variety of expertise that is best provided by our municipal practice group. We have experience handling municipal real estate and transactional matters, tax appeals, foreclosures, eminent domain and condemnation claims, as well as litigating police liability claims, civil rights violations, negligence cases, and roadway defect lawsuits.
If you have the citation to a law journal, you may try our HeinOnline collection of electronic journals, which can be accessed from PEGASUS the 1st and 2nd entries under the E-Resources drop down menu.
Our municipal finance attorneys are a cohesive group who devote virtually all of their time to this area of representation and have cultivated a sophisticated expertise in all aspects of municipal finance.
However, remember, its latest installment is from Municipal Liability: Law and Practice, Volume 1.
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Brick Gentry's municipal law group offers a valuable combination of experience for cities, counties and 28Es across Iowa regarding a wide variety of municipal issues. Serving the needs of small towns, large cities and everything in between requires a variety of expertise that is.
Municipal Law. Over forty years of experience in providing legal advice and developing strong relationships with Connecticut’s cities and towns. Our municipal practice has been a cornerstone of our Firm’s identity for over forty years.
Municipal Law Attorneys with offices in Minneapolis/atlasbowling.com Area Locations include Wayzata, Woodbury, Forest Lake, Blaine, Lake Elmo / Stillwater, Maple Grove, Bloomington, Minneapolis, St.
Paul, Eagan, Edan Prairie, and Roseville MN. Our Minnesota municipal law group works with city leaders to resolve complex legal concerns.
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After being appointed as City Attorney for the new City of Wildwood inMr. Vogel focused his practice on municipal law at Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, L.C., where he and Mr. Rost led that firm’s first concerted municipal practice.