Members of the Firm have extensive experience working with local governmental entities, including counties, municipal utility districts and water districts, water supply corporations, public utilities, school and college districts and municipalities on a wide array of issues, including governance issues, elections and redistricting, open meetings and public information, real property sale and acquisition, and other areas of public law. Our attorneys have represented elected officials for decades in governance and Texas Open Meetings and Public Information Act compliance, and we are frequently asked to provide training on these subjects.

We are experienced with the unique rights of public sector employees and have extensive experience handling matters unique to public sectory employers, including claims arising under the Texas Whistleblower Act, constitutional claims brought under Section 1983, claims made under the Civil Rights Act and tort claims brought under the Texas Tort Claims Act.


Local Governance

  • Real Estate Transactions
  • Purchasing & Acquisition
  • Contract Review and Negotiation
  • Elections and Redistricting
  • Construction Contracts
  • Whistleblower Claims

  • Civil Rights and Discrimination
  • Open Meetings Act
  • Public Information Act
  • Employee Grievances
  • First Amendment
  • Intellectual Property
  • Public Complaints

  • Interlocal Cooperation Agreements
  • Condemnation and Annexation
  • Policy Review and Training
  • Administrative Law and Contested Administrative Hearings
  • Regulation and Transactions Relating to Electric, Water and Wastewater, Gas, and Telecommunications Utilities
  • Procurement