Top developers, businesses and property owners have long turned to Brian Randall for guidance when navigating the government process. In representing clients, Brian’s approach is relationship driven and politically minded as much as it is legal.
Brian’s land use and real estate experience for commercial, industrial and residential developments includes zoning, entitlement, permitting, occupancy, variances, historic preservation and Tax Increment Finance work for owners, developers and end users.
Representing businesses subject to municipal licensing, Brian works with food and beverage clients and other license holders on applications, license renewals, quasi-judicial hearings, and regulatory compliance. He guides clients through statutory and ordinance issues including strategies to address alcohol license quota restrictions.
Brian also works with clients affected by municipal ordinances and regulations, and those with targeted business enterprise issues including SBE/DBE/WBE/EBE certifications. He advises clients on current laws and manages lobbying and legislative matters where proposed ordinance changes and new regulations will affect clients, and registers as a local lobbyist if needed.
Brian’s government law experience includes advising clients submitting bids for local government contracts and concessions. He also handles campaign finance and election law issues for groups and candidates.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian C. Randall