For any number of businesses today, it’s become increasingly important to be proactive with regard to government action. Whether through the regulatory or legislative process, Maynard Cooper offers a full-service government affairs practice that addresses all aspects of our clients’ needs. Our attorneys are specialists in all aspects of the law, and therefore can draft, analyze and amend legislation and regulations relating to the important issues facing our clients in areas such as tax, the environment, insurance, economic incentives and more. It is our people and their expertise that set us apart from others in this field.
In addition to our ability to understand and craft the substance that addresses your needs, our firm also has a deep understanding of the process and the personalities required to achieve your goals. Our lawyers have been involved in all levels of both State and Federal government, and can help you navigate this complex and sometimes confusing arena. Members of the firm have served as State Finance Directors, Chiefs of Staff and Legal Advisors to Governors and Chief Justices on the Alabama Supreme Court. Our attorneys have also served as staff members to United States Senators, Representatives and Committees.
Our clients turn to us to help them understand both the substance and the process of government action. We have the ability to map out a strategy, create the necessary partnerships and provide the knowledge and expertise that allows you to reach your objective.
- American National Red Cross
- Birmingham Airport Authority
- Business Council of Alabama
- City of Birmingham
- Jefferson County Commission
- Retirement Systems of Alabama
- The University of Alabama
Maynard Cooper & Gale is honored to announce that Matthew W. Stiles is the exclusive winner in the area of Employment & Benefits Law for the State of Alabama in the Lexology 2019 Client Choice Awards. Stiles has been the…
On November 20, 2018, Leland Murphree will be on a webinar panelist for the American Bankruptcy Institute, “Hot Issues in the Ongoing Third Party Release Debates.”