Why pay large firm rates for quality legal representation particularly if you lead a... more
Why pay large firm rates for quality legal representation particularly if you lead a small incorporated city or town, lease property or run a small business or homeowners association? I have a total of 16 years experience working for and with Maryland municipal governments and formerly served as an HOA president. I am currently the Town Attorney for the Towns of Forest Heights, North Brentwood,... view profile
Leonard L. Lucchi is a registered lobbyist who represents business owners, trade... more
Leonard L. Lucchi is a registered lobbyist who represents business owners, trade groups, and County and City governments before the Maryland General Assembly and the United States Congress. Mr. Lucchis scope of representation includes lobbying, tracking pending or proposed legislative activities and analyzing the effects of those pieces of legislation on client matters, drafting legislation, or... view profile
Susan Silber founded the law firm of Silber, Perlman, Sigman Tilev, P.A., a general... more
Susan Silber founded the law firm of Silber, Perlman, Sigman Tilev, P.A., a general practice law firm in Takoma Park, Maryland, over 30 years. She is license to practice law in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and New York. Susan provides representation in all areas of family law, adoptions, estate planning, employment, civil rights, and as a mediator and collaborative attorney. She also is the Cit... view profile
State, local, and municipal lawyers focus on a particular area of state, local, and/or municipal government regulation. These lawyers can work for the government itself or work in the private sector helping people interact with the government. State, local, and municipal lawyers are often former government agency employees and, like their federal law counterparts, usually know the best contacts for each case, and what approach to take when negotiating with local officials.