The attorneys at Kuhlman, Reddoch & Sullivan, P.C. have extensive experience in the area of government law, representing and having represented many cities, counties, hospitals, special districts, and a university. In addition to handling transactions and litigation as special counsel, we serve serve as general counsel for numerous government entities.
Experience in Government Legal Issues
Our lawyers serve as City Attorney, general counsel, and special counsel for municipalities, government agencies, and special districts, assisting clients with issues such as contracts and procurement, bidding and public financing, zoning and land use matters, and all aspects of municipal and government litigation. We understand that every public issue is unique and of utmost importance to the communities involved. Our attorneys will ask questions, address your concerns, and help you determine and achieve your goals.
Advice & Counsel
Kuhlman, Reddoch & Sullivan, P.C. has also served hospitals, a university, counties, water districts, and other public organizations as general counsel. In the course of handling the day-to-day legal needs of government entities, we draft and review agreements, contracts, purchases, resolutions, and ordinances, providing comprehensive advice as to the legal implications of various transactions and legislation. We perform these tasks with diligence and careful attention to detail, always working to protect and advance our clients' rights and objectives.
In many cases, we can resolve disputes without going trial, thus avoiding the negative publicity and costs associated with litigation. However, when litigation is in our clients’ best interests, our attorneys have significant courtroom experience. During our firm’s 35 year history, we have successfully tried numerous matters to the court as well as to Jurys and handled many Appellate Cases including matters pending before the Missouri Supreme Court.
Missouri Sunshine Law
Missouri fosters openness in government through the Sunshine Law, which states “It is the public policy of this state that meetings, records, votes, actions, and deliberations of public governmental bodies be open to the public unless otherwise provided by law.”
Sometimes there is a fine line between communications that must be disclosed and communications that may remain confidential. Our attorneys possess an in depth understanding of the Sunshine Law, and are well qualified to advise clients on compliance and potential legal ramifications of non-compliance.
Seek Experienced, Professional Representation
At Kuhlman, Reddoch & Sullivan, P.C., we take pride in our ability to handle any size matter effectively and efficiently. For additional information about our government law practice or our services as general counsel, please contact our offices to schedule a consultation. We offer evening and weekend consultations by appointment.