Experience-Driven Representation For Municipalities
Local governments face a wide range of legal issues on a near-daily basis. There are many nuances to municipal law and other legal areas that impact municipalities such as land use law, contract law, real estate law, employment law and litigation. At Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C., we provide knowledgeable guidance in all of those areas. Established in 1986, we are a well-respected practice with longstanding roots in the southern Utah area. Our broad experience in many overlapping practice areas makes us a valuable resource for municipal entities. As one of the largest law firms in the region, we offer the experience and legal resources necessary to serve as legal counsel for municipalities. We provide ongoing guidance and serve as legal counsel for discrete matters such as litigation.
Trusted Counsel On the Many Legal Areas That Impact Municipal Entities
Our attorneys represent small- to midsized cities in Utah and Nevada, providing services such as:
- Advising on legal and regulatory considerations, including open meeting laws, public utilities laws, administrative law, ordinances and public finance
- Drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts
- Providing experienced representation in litigation and alternative dispute resolution
- Assisting with real estate and land use issues, including transactions and disputes
Municipal clients benefit from our team approach. Often, two or more attorneys will work on municipal client matters, applying diverse experiences and differing perspectives to offer more nuanced and insightful guidance. We deliver value through a proactive approach, anticipating challenges and developing thoughtfully tailored strategies to avoid or address them.
Learn More About Our Municipal Law Practice
Learn more about how our attorneys can partner with your municipality to address any kind of legal concerns. Based in St. George, Utah, we have additional offices in Cedar City and Kanab. Get started by calling 435-215-4960 or sending our team an email.