901 East Cary Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Brennen assists clients with land-use and transactional matters related to a wide range of development projects. In his land-use practice, he represents clients as they seek local land-use approvals (e.g. rezonings, conditional-use permits and other necessary site development approvals), and as they seek economic development incentives from state and local governments. He also advises local governments with regard to various land-use issues for large-scale development projects. In Brennen's real estate transactional practice, he assists clients in leasing matters, acquisitions and dispositions of developed and undeveloped real estate and with resolving complex title issues.
|Areas of Practice||1) Energy Transactions and Finance, 2) Land Use and 3) Real Estate Development|
|Law School||University of Richmond School of Law, JD,1996|
|Education||Guilford College, B.S., 1991|
|Bar Member / Association||Virginia State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||McGuireWoods LLP|
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