Government Affairs

Businesses deal with bureaucracy on a near-daily basis, whether through direct contact or through regulation.  Why not have an advocate who knows how our complex system of government works from first-hand experience? 

Our attorneys have served in many positions at both the state and federal levels, including legislative director for members of the U.S. House of Representatives, ex officio chair of the Kentucky Unemployment Insurance Commission, and general counsel for the Kentucky Labor Cabinet.  And they have defended the validity of numerous Kentucky laws designed to move the state forward economically, including the Kentucky Right-to-Work Act.  Whether it’s a complaint about unpaid wages or a concern that the state has not given a company fair consideration as part of the process of procurement, Swansburg & Smith, PLLC, is here to help.


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