Gough, Shanahan, Johnson & Waterman, PLLP

Founded in 1864 during Montana's gold rush days, the firm began working on legal issues regarding natural resources, setting the basis for the firm's practice today. Founding member Joseph Toole was a significant figure in the history of the state for his role in helping form the constitution and serving as the state's first governor. Since its formative years, the firm has continued to diversify its practice offerings while cementing its reputation as one of the premier firms in the state.

Headquartered in the state's capital, GSJW's Helena office is familiar with the workings of the state and federal government at all levels, enabling us to consider a full range of possible administrative, judicial and legislative solutions to our clients' problems. We also have offices in Billings, Bozeman and Missoula for clients' convenience.

The firm is the Montana member of the State Capital Group, an international association of law firms located in the capital of each of the 50 states, as well as many international capitals, providing a centralized source of information about lawmaking and regulations in each of the 50 states and member countries.

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To schedule an initial consultation to discuss business contracts or any other legal issue with one of the firm's Montana litigation attorneys, call 406-204-0711 or contact Gough, Shanahan, Johnson & Waterman, PLLP, online.