Our administrative law attorneys have many decades of experience advising local governments and their officials on Tennessee law. We are highly skilled in counseling local governments, administrative bodies, businesses and individuals on a wide range of issues — including contract bidding, employment issues, asset exchanges, open meeting law, economic incentives, annexation, bond financing, environmental, permitting, land use and zoning issues. We guide clients through the bureaucratic process, while avoiding potential liabilities.

Our firm continuously monitors changes in the law at the State level and changes to rules, regulations and ordinances at the City, County and Municipal Government levels, tracking proposed rules and legislation that may impact our clients.

Our firm has been actively involved with the local boards, committees, commissions, education departments, codes, planning and zoning appeals, and professional oversight bodies, as well as dealing with various State governmental offices, in this and many of the surrounding Cities, Towns and Counties. Our office currently represents Bedford County, City of Shelbyville, Moore County, the Town of Wartrace and the Industrial Development Board for the City of Shelbyville, as well as various utility and power companies such as Bedford County Utility District, Duck River Electric Membership Corporation and Fayetteville Public Utilities, and we have represented others in the past and on a case-by-case need.

Whether you or your business is dealing with land use and zoning issues, industrial development or contracts with a governmental body or telecommunications company, Bobo, Hunt & White can help you make sense of the bureaucratic red tape and ensure you understand your options. Call our team at Bobo, Hunt & White today.

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