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Being in business inevitably requires working with government. Our firm has the experience and relationships necessary to effectively work with both career public servants and elected officials at the city, state, county, and federal levels. We also deal with a variety of administrative and regulatory bodies closely affecting the business of our clients. A substantial part of our firm's government relations work involves zoning and other land use issues affecting real property. But the need for government relations services on the part of land owners frequently goes beyond zoning and may involve such areas as flood plain modifications, signage approvals, infrastructure planning and location, and obtaining permits and approvals from such government bodies as the Corps of Engineers, State Historic Preservation Office, State Land Department, and even engineering approvals from city engineering departments.