Administrative Litigation

Our lawyers are skilled at navigating the maze of administrative law within local, state and federal governmental agencies, such as matters involving procurement, zoning, OSHA citations, workers’ compensation, licensing, environmental, and utility rates.

Our history of representing both private- and public-sector clients enables us to approach government litigation with creative and innovative experienced-based strategies. Our attorneys guide our commercial real estate clients through the zoning and land-use permitting processes, which are often complicated and may require litigation in an attempt to obtain the desired result. We represent private-sector clients seeking a full and fair award in condemnation proceedings and compensation in the event of loss of property value resulting from government action. Callison Tighe has also represented numerous county and municipal clients regarding such matters as contract and procurement disputes, employment law litigation and tort claims filed against the entity. In addition to representing governments on a case-by-case basis, we offer general counsel representation to counties and municipalities. For a more detailed description of this practice area, please visit our Local Government Law Practice Area.

This description of Callison Tighe’s services, experiences, or results in previous litigation or regarding specific clients is for information purposes only and does not constitute representations or guarantees to other clients or prospective clients that the same or similar results may be achieved. The results and strategy for each case or matter is dependent on the facts and legal circumstances of that case.

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This description of Callison Tighe's services, experiences, or results in previous litigation or regarding specific clients for information purposes only and does not constitute representations or guarantees to other clients or prospective clients that the same or similar results may be achieved. The results and strategy for each case or matter is dependent on the facts and legal circumstances of that case.