Celebrating 125
years of service

 

 

Fitzgerald, Schorr,
Barmettler & Brennan, P.C., L.L.O.
200 Regency One
10050 Regency Circle
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Phone: 402-342-1000
Fax: 402-342-1025
Fitzlaw@fitzlaw.com

Municipal and Administrative Law Group

The Municipal, Public Education and Governmental Law Practice Group offers extensive, in-depth experience and representation of municipalities, public educational institutions and other governmental entities. The firm has been City Attorney of the City of La Vista, Nebraska since 1963, General Counsel to Metropolitan Community College since 1974 and Village Attorney of the Village of Boys Town, Nebraska since 1991. Listed below are some of the areas in which the firm regularly advises its municipal, public education and other governmental clients:

  • Capital projects and public financing, including planning, negotiation, analysis and documentation related to financing, bonds, warrants, requests for proposals, bidding and construction of infrastructure and public facilities, and joint capital projects of unrelated public entities.
  • Human resources, including employment law, labor-management issues in both union and nonunion settings, employee benefits, retirement and health benefits, benefit plan design, and immigration law.
  • Real estate acquisition, use and disposition, leases and eminent domain/condemnation.
  • Telecommunications law, including cable television and telecommunications antennae, franchises and licenses.
  • Procurement of goods and services in accordance with applicable public letting laws and standards, including requests for proposals, bid reviews, awards and preparation of contract documents.
  • Public rights of way, including licensure and regulation of permitted uses of public rights of way.
  • Land development and regulation, including zoning, platting, subdivision regulations and special assessments.
  • All aspects of litigation, including employment, commercial, real estate and personal injury.
  • Attending public meetings and advising public officials and administrators in carrying out their official functions and duties.
  • Community and supporting foundations of public bodies, including formation of nonprofit entities, obtaining Internal Revenue Service rulings of tax exempt status and ongoing advice to nonprofit boards and executive directors.

Please contact Robert T. Cannella or Thomas G. McKeon.