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Egan interviewed on NBC News in Zoning Controversy

Firm partner Brian T. Egan, Esq. was interviewed by NBC News on the approval of a conditional use permit to a controversial church in Murdock Minnesota. Egan joined noted constitutional law professor Laurence H. Tribe of Harvard Law School and professor David Schultz of the University of Minnesota Law School in analyzing the legal precedents surrounding churches and the application of local zoning codes. As noted in the article, “The law prevents municipalities from discriminating against the placement of churches in residential neighborhoods, said attorney Brian Egan, a municipal law expert on Long Island, New York.” A link to the article is here. Other coverage is here.

Brian Egan

Since Mr. Egan’s admission to practice, he has concentrated his practice on civil litigation, including among his experience commercial litigation, business law, and municipal law. He is routinely involved in cases which are of major media interest, and has been involved in cases featured on CBS’ 60 Minutes and reported in the New York Times, Newsday, New York Post and the New York Law Journal.

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