Rockford Governmental Lawyers
Assisting Clients with Election Compliance Matters
Our election law attorneys are skilled political observers with both the legal and political experience necessary to provide truly comprehensive counsel. We provide advice to candidates, candidate committees, political action committees and special interest groups in all aspects of state and federal election law.
We assist with exploration, organization, and maintenance of regulated entities and are well equipped to handle issues involving financial regulation and disclosure, ballot access, petition challenges, and election challenges.
For more information about how we can assist your campaign, contact us online or call (779) 235-9115 for help.
Government Relations Services
In addition to providing comprehensive election law counsel, we offer assistance to individuals and businesses regarding their relationships with elected officials and governmental entities.
In a world where governmental bureaucracies can oftentimes be overwhelming, Reno & Zahm LLP is there to ensure clients reach their governmental and legislative objectives. Our attorneys have strong relationships with key governmental agency personnel, elected officials and their staff members. We are skilled advocates who assist clients in effectively advancing their goals and interests.
These are just a few of the people and entities we can help you interface with:
- City Council Members
- City Departments and Staff
- County Clerks
- County Board Members
- Superintendents of School Districts
- School Board Members
- Illinois Departments and Personnel
- Federal and State Elected Representatives
Speak with our governmental law attorneys in Rockford today by reaching out to us online or calling (779) 235-9115.
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