Indiana has a unique statutory scheme for the provision of wastewater service within the state. Some entities are regulated by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission; some are unregulated; but all are required to meet certain statutory obligations. Failure to follow the appropriate steps has led to numerous appeals before the Indiana appellate courts related to wastewater issues and sewage disposal entities. The attorneys of Bose McKinney & Evans have participated in many of those cases and we routinely represent all types of wastewater utilities, including regional sewer districts, conservancy districts, municipalities, non-profit companies and investor-owned operations. Whether your issue involves a certificate of territorial authority, annexation, condemnation, system development charges, capacity fees or basic rate structures, our attorneys have the appropriate experience to provide reasonable solutions.