What happens when legal issues arise there?

2013-01-31T00:00:00Z What happens when legal issues arise there? nwitimes.com
January 31, 2013 12:00 am

As a taxpayer in Valparaiso and Porter County, I am curious why one attorney has clients that represent so many local government entities. From my understanding these entities are and may not be limited to: Valparaiso, Porter County Council, Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission, Regional Development Authority, Regional Bus Authority, Porter County Board of Health and Center Township.

What happens when there is a conflict between the various clients?

Is there an open process in which other attorneys may apply to represent these tax-supported agencies? Would such an open process lead to reduced legal costs? Just asking.

- John DeCoster, Valparaiso

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