Local, state and federal agencies heavily regulate many industries. Regulations can touch many parts of a business, including how land is used, financial reporting and internal employment policies. Failure to comply with all applicable regulations can expose a company to investigation, civil penalties and criminal liability.
Since 1993, Kane, Norby & Reddick, P.C., has provided ongoing government relations services to Dubuque businesses.
Ensuring Compliance, Avoiding Liability
At Kane, Norby & Reddick, P.C., our attorneys are always up-to-date on the newest developments and regulatory requirements in our clients’ respective industries. By keeping an ear to the ground and an eye to the future, we help businesses capitalize on future growth opportunities, avoid potential legal liability and position themselves for success in the marketplace . Our services include:
- Drafting internal policies that comply with regulatory requirements
- Advice and counsel regarding daily business activities to ensure compliance
- Conducting internal investigations after allegations of misconduct or noncompliance
- Representation during investigations by state and federal regulatory agencies
- Representation during civil and criminal litigation
- Ongoing government relations
- Representation during alleged environmental violations
- Land use and zoning compliance
Protection During Administrative Actions
Our lawyers are experienced litigators. Over the years, we have achieved successful results for our clients in both state and federal court, and during administrative hearings. Our only goal is protecting our clients’ against criminal and civil liability.
We understand how various government agencies — such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) — function, and the laws and procedures involved during litigation with state and federal agencies. We use every legal tool available to protect our clients’ financial interests and corporate goodwill during litigation involving government agencies.
Administrative hearings are different from state and local courts. It is important to hire legal counsel that is familiar with the applicable rules and procedures and can guide you through the process as efficiently as possible.