At Denton Navarro Rocha Bernal & Zech, P.C., we prize our local government clients and strive to serve them with the highest standards of integrity and ethics. We serve local governmental organizations, as well as their officials and employees, with our Rampage Law spirit — a call to excellence and a commitment to creative solutions and positive results.
We recognize the importance of upholding the principles of good governance, transparency, and accountability while navigating the complex legal landscape that governs public administration. We pride ourselves on being proactive and forward-thinking. Here are a few more reasons to consider retaining our attorneys:
We proudly serve: the full range of local government entities throughout the State, including cities and municipalities, counties, economic development corporations, tax increment reinvestment zones, housing authorities, water, irrigation, and drainage districts, authorities such as navigation districts and port authorities, and all manner of special purpose districts and authorities throughout the State of Texas.
Personal, value-focused advocacy: We emphasize personal connections with our clients. As former in-house legal counsel, we appreciate that legal fees are paid with tax dollars, so we always strive to work efficiently and provide maximum value for our fees.
Extensive experience: The Firm provides the full range of legal services to its local government clients, including both general counsel advising and transactional legal advice, and trial court representation. The Firm’s general counsel lawyers apply their experience as former in-house counsel to go beyond simply providing legal advice when issues arise. We strive to anticipate potential challenges and help our clients develop strategies to mitigate risks and achieve their goals effectively and efficiently. The Firm’s litigation counsel also bring their experience as public sector trial counsel to every litigation based engagement. We represent our clients in state and federal court, before state and federal administrative agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations.