Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Bruning Law Group has broad litigation and dispute resolution experience. We represent clients at the highest levels of both state and the federal court systems. We often help our clients resolve their issues by opening lines of communication and crafting creative and effective solutions without having to resort to trial.
No other law firm includes a former three-term Attorney General who was President of the National Association of Attorneys General and a former Chief Deputy, Chief of Staff, and Deputy Attorney General. We provide a team approach to solving complex problems on behalf of our clients. Our attorneys have handled dozens of state and federal regulatory disputes and have extensive experience with both civil litigation and appellate advocacy. Admitted to practice in numerous courts around the country, our clients benefit from our experience in the courtroom and creative approach to resolving difficult issues.
Bruning Law Group team members have led the nation in resolving some of the more challenging disputes of the last decade and have represented clients in complex multi-state cases with numerous vested interests. Bruning Law Group’s legal team specializes in:
- Challenging the constitutionality of ballot initiatives and statutes that infringe on the free market or rights afforded by the state and federal constitutions.
- Analyzing proposed legislation and regulations from both a legal and a policy perspective, testifying before the U.S. Congress, and engaging in other forms of public policy advocacy.
- Advancing the interests of America’s environmental and agricultural communities.
- Advocating for and defending individuals and private entities in response to federal and state administrative enforcement actions.
- Advising clients on how pending, newly adopted, or challenged statutes or regulations will affect their interests.
- Counseling municipalities and political subdivisions regarding anticipated legal challenges, enforcement of existing laws or regulations, and options to avoid needless litigation.