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Linowes and Blocher LLP

Standing (L-R): Jack Orrick, Phillip Hummel, Heather Dlhopolsky, Bob Dalrymple, Bill Riggins Sitting (L-R): David Weintraub, Brian Bichy

7200 Wisconsin Ave.




Why should I hire your firm for my real estate project?
At Linowes and Blocher LLP our clients are our first priority. We provide comprehensive legal services across various practice areas, handling sophisticated litigation and real estate matters as well as complex tax and corporate structuring. Our experience in land use and zoning is unparalleled in the region and enables us to be innovative and confident in our approach to modern day development challenges.

Since 1956, we have represented a variety of clients including developers, property owners, business owners, non-profits, investors and public sector entities. We continue to broaden our client base by expanding our knowledge and experience throughout the Maryland-D.C.-Virginia area. With cutting-edge technology incorporated into our legal practice, we can better serve our clients and remain connected and responsive.

What types of matters does your firm handle?
Linowes and Blocher attorneys have broad and deep experience in targeted areas of practice. We are known in business circles for our industry depth and focused advocacy, whether we are around a negotiating table, serving our clients as an agent of change or protecting their position in a courtroom. Linowes and Blocher attorneys practice in the areas of real estate transactions, land use and zoning, business law, condo/HOA, environmental, litigation, and trusts and estates.

Linowes and Blocher LLP is a real estate and business law firm with dedicated attorneys striving for client-oriented results. We serve our clients from our offices located throughout the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

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