Advocates For Georgia's Local Governments

Extensive Litigation Experience For Local Governments

Through the extensive expertise of partners Frank E. Jenkins III and Brandon L. Bowen, our firm is committed to providing litigation and consultation services for local city and county governments and other public authorities.

Jenkins, Bowen and Walker, P.C., has a solid reputation for defending and protecting the interests of local governments. Our firm has represented government entities not only in Cartersville and Bartow County, but throughout Georgia. Our attorneys possess sophisticated local government litigation experience. We routinely analyze city ordinances, zoning issues and business contracts. It is our goal to provide litigation strategies that best protect the civil interests of Georgia's local governments.

Ordinance Issues

Our attorneys are often sought out to draft city and county ordinances and to revise current land use and zoning ordinances. When city and county ordinances become obsolete — not compliant with current regulations — we can help ensure compliance.

Our firm's lawyers provide legal reviews for local governments. We understand zoning ordinances. We review current zoning ordinances and revise them so they are legally compliant. We have extensive experience with the following ordinances:

  • Adult entertainment
  • Signs (business, political, residential)
  • Billboards
  • Religious Land Use Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA)

Lawsuit Representation

Our attorneys have represented cities and counties during litigation. We understand the complex business and civil issues local governments face and can formulate legal strategies that provide favorable solutions.

We provide a broad range of legal defense for local governments. We have advised cities and counties on:

  • Budget-related lawsuits
  • Solid waste management plan revisions
  • Landfill actions
  • Contract disputes and business litigation
  • Permits
  • Variances
  • Zoning order violations
  • Personal injury claims against cities and counties

Consult Our Attorneys

You can reach our legal team at   770-387-1373. If more convenient, you may also send us an email.