Even in the heat of battle, effective strategy in Florida governmental relations requires skillful consideration of political, legal and regulatory components, coupled with solid relationships and a well-organized plan of action to meet our clients’ goals and objectives.
With our full-time Tallahassee office just one block from Florida’s Capitol, Colodny Fass has the experience to effectively handle all types of governmental matters. From the Governor’s Office and Cabinet, to the Florida Legislature and state regulatory agencies, Colodny Fass has built our reputation over 40 years based on strong, bipartisan relationships spanning all levels of government, coupled with a thorough knowledge of Florida’s Executive Branch and legislative process.
Continually ranked as one of Florida’s top lobbying firms, Colodny Fass handles a wide range of needs for a diverse group of public and private entities. Known for our creative application of legislative, executive and legal strategies, we have been the architect of numerous and consistently successful lobbying efforts.
Our lawyer-lobbyists and governmental consultants are experienced in assisting clients with legislative strategy; facilitating meetings with decision-makers; and drafting, introducing, interpreting, tracking and securing resolution of legislation. Well-versed in complex legislative actions that entail appropriations and Florida’s budgeting process, we are also seasoned in promoting, opposing and seeking passage of legislation, as well as advocating a client’s position through oral and written testimony and submissions to legislators, staff and committees during Sessions.
On a regular basis, Colodny Fass participates in state regulatory hearings, rulemaking and other meetings. Our lobbyists work closely with our regulatory and litigation lawyers to ensure a thorough evaluation of issues that arise, thereby presenting a cost-effective way to meet clients’ needs within one full-service firm.
Throughout the years, we have always believed that “it is not whether we know governmental leadership, but rather, it is more important that governmental leadership knows and respects us.”