From Large-Scale Commercial Developments To Alcohol Licenses
Governmental relations are at the heart of our business law and land use practices. Every business will encounter complicated government regulations concerning zoning, permits and, perhaps, contracts.
From City Hall to the "gold dome," our attorneys can help you work with government officials and agencies to find efficiencies in the planning, approval and development processes.
At Sams, Larkin, Huff & Balli, LLP, we focus on local real estate, commercial development and land use, covering all issues from taxes to licensing to contracts. When you bring your legal issues to our law firm, we can help you avoid application and permit errors, missteps with government agencies, protracted conflicts with opposing interests, and missed opportunities for support.
Our team of experienced lawyers works with all types of industries. We recently helped a major professional sports franchise in Georgia achieve approval for construction of a $1 billion-plus stadium and mixed-use development project in Cobb County.
Local Governmental Relations And Statewide Impact
We are based in Marietta, and in addition to private businesses, our attorneys have advised several county and municipal governments and state agencies. We have been recognized by our peers for the depth of knowledge we possess regarding land use, and we have led seminars on zoning issues, eminent domain and municipal law matters for professional audiences.
Having served the objectives of both public and private entities, we understand the inner workings of each, and our governmental relations and zoning team can help you effectively achieve your regulatory requirements, public policy initiatives and goals in residential, commercial and mixed-use projects.
Contact Sams, Larkin, Huff & Balli, LLP — Get Managed Governmental Relations Support
For more information about our land use, entitlement and regulatory practice in metro Atlanta, please call 770-884-4819 or email us. Schedule a meeting with an attorney today.