Zoning, Planning & Local Government Administrative Law
Experience in Central Maryland Real Estate Development and Land Use
David Bowersox, a partner of Hoffman, Comfort, Offutt, Scott & Halstad, LLP, has been practicing law since 1982 with extensive experience in land use, planning, zoning, and other state and local administrative law areas. The firm represents developers, lenders and private landowners in meeting their varied land use needs.
Our land use practice covers the gamut of zoning and planning issues including:
- Development site plans
- Subdivision applications
- Planning commissions and board of zoning appeals hearings
Attorney Bowersox’s experience includes the litigation and negotiation of a variety of public and private land use issues such as:
- Eminent domain
- Boundary disputes
- Real estate title issues and contract disputes
The firm also assists our developer and landowner clients in structuring complex real estate transactions involving the sale or purchase of development property.
Hoffman, Comfort, Offutt, Scott & Halstad, LLP provides commercial and individual clients with representation before a variety of local and state administrative bodies. We help clients with the application, transfer and maintenance of liquor licenses as well as other local administrative matters such as property tax challenges and local procurement processes.
Some quotes from satisfied clients, our best referral sources, in response to our firm questionnaire may best express our services:
“Mr. Bowersox has the ability to clearly and concisely present to the client alternatives for action, a clear explanation of each and the impact of the client’s choice. Mr. Bowersox has a practical and business approach and understanding of the issues facing the client. ”