Woods Rogers’ Local Government and Public Finance group represents local governments, joint service commissions, public authorities, school boards, and constitutional officers in a wide range of areas, including annexation and boundary expansion, condemnation cases, personnel issues, tax-exempt bonds and public finance, public procurement, and municipal disputes. Lawyers in the group often serve as special counsel to local government attorneys. Attorneys in this practice group act as bond counsel, borrower’s counsel, lender’s counsel or trustee’s counsel for tax-exempt bond and public finance work. Bond and public finance clients include hospitals, nursing homes, retirement communities, schools, colleges, universities, other nonprofit organizations, water and sewer authorities, localities, and banks.