Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison’s lawyers represent utility districts, municipalities, and related entities across the state of Tennessee. Lawyers in the Utility and Municipality practice group routinely advise these bodies in matters relating to utility, municipal, and regulatory law; environmental law; zoning and land use; government relations; financing; tax law; bond law; employment law; litigation; and constitutional law, particularly takings. Members of the group also assist the regular attorneys and general counsels of these entities with a host of specialized matters such as appearing before the Utility Management Review Board, the Tennessee Regulatory Authority, and the relevant appellate courts.
Clients have immediate and unfettered access to all of the firm’s attorneys. Even if a specific issue falls outside the Utility and Municipality group’s specialties, our clients can tap into the experience and expertise of other practice groups to resolve any issue.