The attorneys in our firm have been dedicated to the practice of municipal law since the firm was first founded over five decades ago. Our experienced team here at Seglund Gabe Pawlak Groth & Kelley, PLC serves as general counsel and special counsel for local government agencies that can be found in Southeast Michigan.
At Seglund Gabe Pawlak Groth & Kelley, PLC, we provide our clients with a full range of answers to their questions concerning issues such as ordinance drafting and enforcement, contract procurement, negotiation and administration. We also provide assistance with special assessment procedures, intergovernmental agreements, and regulatory permits and approvals. Our attorneys are qualified to provide the necessary representation to keep our clients in compliance with the Open Meetings Act and the Freedom of Information Act.
In addition, we at Seglund Gabe Pawlak Groth & Kelley, PLC serve as prosecutors for the enforcement of local ordinance and zoning violations. Doing so allows us to help local authorities, including police departments and building officials, bring violaters to justice.
We also provide assistance with municipal law issues by regularly attending city council, board and commission meetings, as well as public hearings. Our attorneys who practice in municipal law cases appear in court to protect the interests of our clients and enforce their regulatory authority. These courts include Michigan district courts, circuit courts, the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
If you would like to find out more information on our Municipal Law practice, you may contact any of our municipal law attorneys, Paul V. Groth, Bruce R. Seglund, William C. Kelley and Matthew C. Quinn by calling our office at (248) 869-0030.