About Allied Law Group
First and foremost, Allied Law Group focuses on just a few areas of the law: the Public Records Act, the Open Public Meetings Act, and other open-government laws, media law, regulatory litigation, and legislation. Second, we are very experienced and widely known in these areas of law. Third, we represent only media, trade associations and public interest groups, businesses, and citizens; we do not represent government agencies.
We consciously decided to keep overhead to a minimum and focus on the clients and laws we love. This keeps costs down and allows us to respond to our clients needs quickly and efficiently.
We do not represent government agencies seeking to restrict access to information. We do not represent those seeking to bring defamation lawsuits. We can assist clients in most other matters and comprehend that our role is to understand the client’s needs and assist with finding timely and practical solutions to their issues whether in court or out.
We think our low overhead, expertise, and the absence of government-client conflicts of interest allow us to take on important cases no other firm could. That’s why we built our law firm from scratch.
Allied Law Group accepts projects large and small. While we are lean and efficient, we have alliances with attorneys and firms to assist us on larger projects. Allied Law Group leverages the experience of its principal attorneys with a team of excellent as-needed attorneys to take on projects of any size.