Parr Richey Frandsen Patterson Kruse LLP represents clients in connection with the Indiana legislature and before a number of state agencies. Charles W. Ritz III, and James A. L. Buddenbaum have all served as registered lobbyists on behalf of clients' concerns in the Indiana General Assembly. Members of the firm's governmental practice area include a former state legislator who has served as liaison between an Indiana Governor and the Indiana General Assembly, a former chairman of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and a past president of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association.
The firm represents trade associations and other clients whose members, businesses, and professions depend upon appropriate governmental recognition of their business environments and requirements. The firm is also counsel for public utilities, school corporations, and political subdivisions.
Parr Richey Frandsen Patterson Kruse LLP's attorneys also actively represent clients before local governments on matters ranging from zoning to business licensing.