Municipal Law

Businesses and individuals face a variety of municipal law problems. We represent local municipalities, businesses, and individuals involved in municipal law disputes throughout Virginia.
Briglia Hundley Municipal LawFrom zoning issues to disputes over eminent domain, we protect our clients’ rights and help them reach a fair solution. Whether your request for licenses and permits has been denied or you have a land dispute with your town, it is important to determine your options and protect your rights.

Having served as city and town attorneys for several municipalities in Northern Virginia, our attorneys have the first-hand experience that enables our firm to approach municipal law issues with efficiency and knowledge. We know the obligations and responsibilities of municipalities in dealing with their citizens, and we know your rights and remedies when you find yourself in a dispute with your local government.

Our attorneys are prepared to handle your municipal law concerns, including:

  • Zoning Disputes
  • Eminent Domain Takings
  • Denied Variance Requests
  • Property Tax Issues
  • Improper Code Enforcement
  • Unconstitutional Ordinances

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The attorneys at BrigliaHundley are seasoned litigators and transactional attorneys practicing in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. We handle cases at both the trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts. Its attorneys are active in the Fairfax County and Virginia State Bar Associations. The firm has been named as “preeminent” law firm by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and received the Directory’s highest rating of “AV.”

Founded in 1993, BrigliaHundley has grown to a full-service law firm providing services in the areas of business and commercial, employment, criminal, immigration, personal injury, family, appellate, estate planning and administration, municipal, land use, and real estate law.

We represent individuals and corporations throughout the mid-Atlantic region, including Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington County, Ashburn, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Clifton, District of Columbia, Dulles, Fairfax County, Falls Church, Great Falls, Herndon, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Manassas, Manassas Park, McLean, Middleburg, Montgomery County, Oakton, Prince George’s County, Prince William County, Reston, South Riding, Springfield, Sterling, Tysons Corner, Vienna, Winchester and Woodbridge.

This website is intended to impart general information and does not offer specific legal advice. Use of this website does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you require legal advice, consult an attorney.