C. Robert (“Bob”) Dalrymple is a partner in the Firm’s Land Use/Zoning practice group. Mr. Dalrymple practices in the areas of land use, real estate, municipal and other areas of administrative law, primarily in Montgomery County and Frederick County and the municipalities within those counties. Mr. Dalrymple has provided extensive services to clients throughout the region who have encountered growth management and increasingly complex legislative and regulatory issues during all phases of the due diligence review, entitlement and development process, including legislative amendments and administrative appeals and litigation related to development approvals and entitlements. In this regard, Mr. Dalrymple has represented, among others, local and national retail, office, residential, industrial/warehouse and mixed-use developers and builders, golf course developers, non-profit institutions and organizations, financial institutions, hospitals and other institutional users, as well as complex development and urban redevelopment projects including public/private partnerships and governmental RFP’s.
Mr. Dalrymple sits on the Firm’s Board, and additionally commits substantial time and effort in participating in various community, civic, charitable, business and professional organizations and services.
Catholic University, J.D., 1984
Frostburg State College, B.S., 1981
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