Vogel Law Firm’s legislative and government relations attorneys advocate
our clients’ legislative and public policy goals. We represent both
public and private interests, including various industries, businesses,
trade associations, and individuals. We assist our clients to resolve
problems and achieve their objectives by interacting with the legislative
and executive branches of government. Our belief is that representation
at the statehouse is just as important as representation at the courthouse.
Virtually every aspect of commercial activity is affected by legislative
and regulatory activity. We recognize that the growth of government in
recent years requires businesses creatively and efficiently develop and
implement strategies for dealing with that growth.
Vogel Law Firm’s legislative and government relations attorneys are
seasoned lobbyists with deep understanding of governmental policy and
procedure. These attorneys have extensive experience in: trade association
leadership, management and policy: advising on government policy at the
highest levels; and actively litigating the interpretation of legislative
statutes in judicial proceedings.
As part of North Dakota’s largest law firm, Vogel’s legislative
and government relations team can draw on the resources of our attorneys
whose focus and fields of legal practice include health care, taxation,
real estate, litigation, banking, environmental law, insurance law, labor
and employment, oil and gas law, products liability, commercial transactions,
creditor and debtor rights, and nearly every other area of legal practice.
Our mission is to understand our clients’ needs and to provide them
with practical advice and representation for their legal and business
needs based on our knowledge and experience in governmental relations.
Our future is tied to the success of our clients.
Related Practice Areas
Business and Corporate Law
Environmental, Water and Land Use Law
Health Care Law
Insurance Law and Litigation
Labor and Employment Law
Oil, Gas and Energy Law
Real Estate Law