Dingeman, Dancer & Christopherson attorneys have represented clients in all legal aspects relating to the use of land, including zoning, condemnation and related litigation. Our land use attorneys are experts at guiding clients through the land use approval process, which can involve negotiating with governmental officials as well as applying for and obtaining site plan approvals, variances and special land use permits.
We have represented clients before governmental bodies such as planning commissions, zoning boards of appeal, and city councils and have extensive experience appearing before state and federal courts.
Our attorneys also have extensive experience in project finance, construction contracts, zoning, signage and site plan approval, DNR/DEQ regulations in wetland and marina matters, and civil rights violations.
In addition to its private sector clients, Dingeman, Dancer & Christopherson has represented local governmental authorities on land use-related issues, including drafting and revising zoning ordinances, and in matters related to the government's exercise of the power of eminent domain.