Litigation Support for Land Use Issues
Land use has become a highly regulated, complex business. The partnerships we’ve cultivated with other disciplines — like real estate, local government, and zoning entities — enable us to use a multidisciplinary approach to achieve the best outcomes for our clients.
Whether you’re a business, entrepreneur, private landowner, municipality, lender, or developer, we’ve got the knowledge and experience to with all phases of commercial and real estate development as it pertains to zoning and subdivision issues.
Our long-standing familiarity with municipalities and officials in and around the Lehigh Valley is one of our greatest assets. As experienced litigators, we’ve helped our clients achieve their goals with successful appearances before local zoning boards, state administrative agencies, county courts, and the state appellate courts.
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You want a team that helps you stand your ground. We’ve successfully defended against challenges to development and zoning approvals and zoning or building code violations. Our attorneys have led litigation and settlements of disputes between property owners. We’ve also successfully appealed board decisions at the state level.
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