Like individuals, there are times when local and state government find themselves involved in a situation where there is a need for advice from and representation by an attorney. Moreover, there are areas of law in addition to those normally encountered by a citizen where a governmental entity requires legal representation.
As examples, a governmental unit (such as a parish, municipality or police force) may find itself the defendant in a civil rights lawsuit or it may need to formulate a law to be enacted by the Louisiana legislature. The lawyers of Greenberg & LaPeyronnie, LLC have assisted governmental entities in these areas.
Experience representing Louisiana government entities
Adrian F. LaPeyronnie, III was appointed and successfully served as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the state of Louisiana in various suits against Louisiana prison wardens and against the Louisiana Deputy Commissioner of Securities. Also, as counsel for the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Commission, he assisted in the re-enactment of the Louisiana Motor Vehicle Code in 2005.
Since 1988, David Greenberg has served as legal counsel appointed by the Mayor of Gretna in legal proceedings to rededicate, and if necessary, to remove blighted housing in the city of Gretna. Likewise in improving the quality of life for the citizens of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Adrian LaPeyronnie, III served as counsel for Jefferson Parish, Louisiana in its acquisition of rights of way to construct a potable water line running from Marrero, Louisiana to Lafitte, Louisiana at which point it was connected to a water line servicing the citizens of Grand Isle, Louisiana.
The attorneys of Greenberg & LaPeyronnie, LLC represented the Sunset Drainage District of St. Charles Parish, Louisiana in various legal issues ranging from the use and occupancy of its lands and waterways to claims of ownership of these lands by others. This law firm assisted in the successful negotiations of issues arising with the residents of the Sunset Drainage District, successfully avoiding litigation. This law firm also successfully litigated in the trial and appellate court on behalf of the Sunset Drainage District an ownership claim to a large and valuable tract of land. Our clients can rest assured that when litigation is necessary, this law firm commits its full resources on behalf of its clients.
Most recently, the attorneys at Greenberg and LaPeyronnie assisted in the preparation of an order to be issued by the General Motors Bankruptcy court so as to protect the interests of the state of Louisiana.