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Government intervention into private lives or corporate existence is at an unprecedented high, whether at the federal, state, county, or city level. Mohrman, Kaardal & Erickson attorneys can make a difference by bringing their experience and skills to bear in this area. Complex regulatory or statutory law can create unnecessary burdens and challenges that impede fundamental rights and expectations of our clients.

Mohrman, Kaardal & Erickson have the government experience, litigation skills, and appellate mastery to protect the client’s interests. We have protected the rights of children, of citizen activists, and of corporate and industry giants irrespective of philosophical beliefs.

With years of experience representing clients, Mohrman, Kaardal & Erickson have committed significant resources to provide avenues to ensure client interests are pursued with relentless vigor before state or federal governmental agencies, in state or federal administrative hearings, before state or federal trial court judges and juries, before state or federal appellate courts, and the state legislature or Congress. And, we provide the same service for our clients at the township, city, school district or county levels.

We cover the spectrum of regulatory or litigation matters facing our clients. Whether it is protecting basic federal or state constitutional rights such as free speech, due process of law, or freedom of religion, or protecting statutory rights, the environment, or development, we use our extensive experience in the business, political and government policy environments to meet the challenges of the existing complex regulatory world.

We have represented clients in regulatory crisis, in cutting-edge and high-stake litigation and appellate practice against the government. Our attorneys provide the client with substance over form, strength in representation, and credibility in our complete approach in dealing with any governmental related problem.

Government Relations

  • Constitutional law
  • Statutory law
  • Ordinance law
  • Regulatory law/li>
  • Property law
  • Political and Election law
  • Tribal law
  • Conservation and Environmental law
  • Administrative and Agency litigation
  • Federal and State court litigation
  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims litigation
  • Local government hearings
  • Tribal Court litigation
  • Appellate practice – state and federal, including U.S. Supreme Court