Land Use and Zoning Shareholders Recognized by Chambers USA
Marc D. Jonas and John A. VanLuvanee have been named “Leaders in Their Field” in the Chambers USA 2015 Directory, published by Chambers and Partners, a United Kingdom-based legal publisher. Mr. VanLuvanee and Mr. Jonas, co-chairs of the firm’s land use practice group, were recognized in the field of Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use.
Mr. VanLuvanee handles zoning, subdivision and land development matters, as well as real estate transactional matters, for both developers and property owners. His clients include national builders and developers, as well as many regional and local builders and developers. For more than 30 years, he has served as counsel to the Home Builders Association of Bucks/Montgomery Counties. During his career, Mr. VanLuvanee has been involved in many significant, precedent-setting land use cases decided by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He is a graduate of Kalamazoo College and the University of Michigan Law School
Mr. Jonas has extensive experience in real estate, land use, municipal law, and zoning matters, representing individuals, businesses, institutions, non-profit organizations and municipalities. Mr. Jonas has appeared as counsel in Pennsylvania state and federal courts in land use and real estate matters. He serves as solicitor to various municipalities and zoning hearing boards in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
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