Central Coast Public Agency Lawyers
Highly Experienced in California Public Agency & Education Law
JRG Attorneys at Law is experienced on both sides of Public Agency and Education Law. With our offices in Salinas, Hollister, Monterey, Watsonville, King City, and Paso Robles, our clients are frequently private companies and individuals; however, we have developed an expertise in the public agency side of the law as well. Partner Ren Nosky has over 30 years of experience representing cities, water districts, school districts, and boards of education in Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties.
Because of JRG’s considerable experience as both general and special counsel for public agencies throughout the state of California, our Central Coast attorneys have earned significant expertise in a variety of legal fields. We have a solid understanding of the legal aspects of various areas of law that public agencies frequently deal with and the additional considerations that public agencies face that private clients do not.
To learn more about our public agency services, call (831) 228-5619.
Our Public Agency Services in the Central Coast
Our public agency lawyers handle such concerns as:
- Conflicts of Interest
- Prevailing wage rules
- Collective bargaining
- Administrative liability
- Civil rights violations
- Land use planning
Specifically, JRG has experience representing public agencies across California in a wide array of issues including collective bargaining negotiations, environmental law, right of way acquisition, and compliance with state and federal regulatory schemes, including:
- The California Environmental Quality Act
- The National Environmental Protection Act
- The Brown Act
- The California Public Records Act
Our attorneys are also experts in leasing, construction, and permitting matters for local, state, and federal projects with experience in representing public agencies, private clients, and insurance clients in all aspects of public law and litigation.
JRG’s City Attorney Services
JRG currently acts as a contract City Attorney and represents several school agencies in general or special counsel capacities. In addition to our current representations, our firm’s attorneys have significant experience representing municipal, healthcare, and other special districts, public utilities, and education agencies.
The role of City Attorney encompasses a full range of municipal law practice, which includes the preparation of ordinances, contracts, leases, Code updates, and other legal documents. A City Attorney can also provide legal services to all city departments and serves as general legal counsel to the Planning Commission, and other boards and commissions of the City.