Koegen Edwards LLP, a Spokane law firm that specializes in municipal finance and general municipal law, says it has moved to the 17th floor of the Bank of America Financial Center downtown.
Its new office space, at 4,000 square feet, is about a third larger than its previous space on the eighth floor of that building, at 601 W. Riverside, which it had occupied for about three years, says Roy Koegen, managing partner of the firm.
The practice has been operating under the Koegen Edwards name since 2005, but Koegen says he has specialized in the fields of municipal and finance law throughout his 36-year legal career. Formerly, Koegen was with Spokane-based Lukins & Annis PS and Seattle-based Perkins Coie LLP.
The other attorneys in the firm, all partners, are Mary Edwards, Erik Lamb, and Mike Connelly.
Connelly, the former Spokane Valley city attorney, joined the firm this month.
The firm acts as bond counsel for public entities, including states, cities, counties, economic development corporations, public utilities, hospitals, and schools, Koegen says.
Koegen Edwards has enjoyed growth in its areas of practice despite the recession, he says.
"We have been fortunate," Koegen says. "Our clients have kept us very busy."
The firm's clients include the Spokane Public Facilities District, Spokane County, Gonzaga University, Washington Trust Bank, and U.S. Bank, according to its Web site.
Koegen Edwards also employs two paralegals and an office manager.
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