Municipal Law Attorney & Florida Local Government
At Waugh Grant, our Local Government and Municipal Law Attorney Florida statewide practice includes providing counsel and representation to local governments, municipalities, and community government agencies across the state. We also assist individuals and businesses with matters involving local processes and concerns, as well as administrative law matters involving state or federal government agencies.
The breadth and depth of our practice uniquely enables us to handle the full range of legal matters and issues that arise at the community level in Florida. In our state and federal practice, we help clients navigate through the complex web of government regulation and structure.
Our attorneys take great pride in the fact that many of our Waugh Grant clients come to us through referrals of previous or current clients and other attorneys. The confidence and trust of our clients and professional colleagues attest to the exceptional quality of our legal services, as well as to our emphasis on providing the highest attainable level of client service in every matter we handle.
Legal Counsel & Representation for Florida Local Governments and Municipalities
Waugh Grant is uniquely suited to assisting local governments and municipalities and their agencies throughout the State of Florida. The substance of our practice covers all the types of legal concerns that local officials and agency personnel encounter in their community-based work. Our law practice spans the entire state, including all federal and state courts, so we also are able to represent government clients in any court in Florida when necessary.
Attorney Christian Waugh acquired a special fondness for working on local government and municipal law issues early in his legal career as an associate in private practice. His dedication to handling community-level legal matters continued to grow over the decade of his practice. He currently serves as the Town Attorney for Hilliard, Florida and Pierson, Florida, and as a Special Master for Code enforcement in Citrus County under Chapter 162 of the Florida Statutes.
Christian finds it especially rewarding to help local officials and agency personnel find ways to serve the community and local citizens more effectively and efficiently. On any particular day, that work may include a variety of tasks, such as drafting or interpreting local ordinances and regulations, analyzing federal and state laws and rules, reviewing contracts, and providing counsel and advice on many types of different issues.
Providing counsel and representation for a Florida locality requires a lawyer to be a jack of all trades — and Christian relishes the challenge. Just as he handles a wide range of different types of matters in his practice, he has the experience and knowledge to assist his local government and municipality clients on any issue they may encounter.
Christian’s goals in local government work include being there for everybody, anytime they need assistance — or even if someone just needs to vent. He addresses the concerns of individuals and government bodies, all the while striving to keep everyone working together as a team. The range of work that Waugh Grant can provide for local governments includes (but is not limited to) the following:
- Real estate, including eminent domain and inverse condemnation
- Federal and state litigation and appeals
- Land use planning and zoning
- Labor and employment
- Police and law enforcement
- Ordinance drafting, review, and interpretation
- Interpretation of state and federal laws and regulations
- Environmental law
- Public liability
- Policies, procedures, and compliance
- Training seminars and workshops
To Christian, his local government clients are family. He becomes part of the community, grows with it, and works continuously to achieve stability within the government and the community. For him, the ultimate reward and satisfaction is seeing the good that his clients accomplish for their constituents and the community as a whole.
Waugh Grant welcomes inquiries from local governments and municipalities about our legal services. Please call us at 321-800-6008 or use our online contact form to reach out to us.
Government & Municipal Legal Counsel for Florida Individuals and Businesses
The attorneys at Waugh Grant assist individual and business clients with concerns and issues arising at the local level. We provide these services throughout the State of Florida, with the exception of Citrus County and the Town of Hilliard. We also counsel and represent clients regarding administrative law matters involving state and federal government agencies.
Our law practice includes the full range of matters that involve agencies of a city, county, town, or other local government. Our services include (but are not limited to) the following types of matters:
- Eminent domain
- Inverse condemnation
- Zoning, land use, and planning
- Constitutional law and civil rights, including first amendment issues
- Government contract review and negotiation
- Environmental law
- Local ordinance compliance
If you require assistance with any matter at the local level, you need a lawyer experienced in local legal issues and knowledgeable about how local government officials and agencies operate. Attorney Christian Waugh has a decade of broad legal practice experience providing counsel and litigation representation that uniquely qualify him to handle any type of local issue you may encounter. His understanding of local government legal issues and community policies are a substantial benefit for any client navigating through a local process.
At the state level, our attorneys at Waugh Grant advise and represent clients on matters in many different agencies, including the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), and Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
At the federal level, our attorneys handle matters involving diverse federal departments and agencies, including the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission), and FTC (Federal Trade Commission).
Schedule a Consultation with a Florida Government & Municipal Law Attorney
From our offices in Orlando, Miami and The Villages, Waugh Grant provides services to local governments, individuals, and businesses throughout the State of Florida. We invite you to call us at 321-800-6008 or use our online contact form to request additional information or schedule a consultation about our government and municipal law services.