Whether you’re a small town without a full-time attorney or a bigger city seeking help for a complicated case, Crowe LaFave can help.
Founding partner Danny Crowe has decades of experience in municipal law, dating back to 1977 when he first served as an assistant city attorney for Columbia. In the decades since, he has represented municipalities, counties and their employees in litigation, mediation and arbitration. He’s also served as an appointed attorney for eight municipalities and is a former general counsel of the Municipal Association of South Carolina.
In addition to his lengthy and wide-ranging experience, Crowe frequently addresses government organizations on a wide variety of topics, from elections to business licenses to the Freedom of Information Act.
He and the rest of the team at Crowe LaFave stand ready to counsel, advise and represent municipalities of all sizes on any issue.