Birmingham Government Law Attorneys
Legal representation for counties and cities throughout Alabama.
Government law can have many different definitions, but for us it means that King, Green, & Dobson, LLC are strong advocates for not only the people of Alabama's counties and cities but also for the governments themselves. We make sure that our local governments are represented fairly in court when it matters most.
At King, Green, & Dobson, LLC, we have experience representing our local government to help to resolve conflicts and legal matters. When we represent a local government as their attorney, may advise a municipal government’s leadership on legal matters that may impact the city, give advice on a wide range of legal topics, and communicate complex information in understandable ways.
When we act as a government's attorney we represent the city’s legal counsel in a manner similar to how we would counsel any of other clients. We make sure that we are a strong advocate for that state or local government so that we can make sure that they are heard. If a government wants counseling on a change to a law it is the responsibility of King, Green, and Dobson to know whether the changes are permissible under state and federal law and whether the city is exposing itself to legal risk by making the changes.
Our attorneys represent several municipalities and utilities and have extensive experience in providing our clients with advice ranging from regulatory compliance, drafting of ordinances, contract review, ethical compliance, employment issues, and defense/litigation of claims.
We make sure your government is represented when it matters most
You deserve someone dedicated to your legal needs. At King, Green, & Dobson, LLC, we work diligently to represent our local governments in court. We serve clients throughout Alabama from our offices in Blount County and Jefferson County. We work around your schedule and offer flexible meeting times. Call us at 205.937.3687 or contact us online to set up an appointment to discuss your case.