Utility & Municipal

Our attorneys serve in various roles for our Utility & Municipal clients, including as bond counsel and general counsel, as well as offering representation before related agencies.

Our attorneys regularly provide articles specifically for wastewater publications on various water and wastewater issues.

For over 50 years, the firm’s attorneys have consistently represented issuers, underwriters, trustees and other participants in municipal finance across a spectrum of transactions. Wright Lindsey Jennings’s municipal finance practice has been recognized as a leader by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Firm attorneys hold memberships in the National Association of Bond Lawyers and have been repeatedly selected for designation by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America and Mid-South Super Lawyers. In addition to municipal finance, the firm provides a full range of legal services in all phases of municipal operations, including counseling clients in the areas of labor and employment, zoning and land use, environmental law, general municipal law, construction projects and litigation.

Wright Lindsey Jennings also has a wealth of experience representing clients before units of local government and state and federal agencies and commissions. The firm engages in administrative practice before the Arkansas Public Service Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, transportation agencies, environmental and occupational agencies and state agencies regulating specific businesses and professions. The firm also assists its clients in protecting their interests in connection with public utility regulation, particularly in the areas of electricity, natural gas, telecommunications, transportation and municipal waterworks and regulatory matters generally involving the environment, occupational safety, labor relations and health care.