Zachary Williams focuses his practice on land use law, and land use and real property litigation. Zachary represents clients in a broad range of land use, zoning, and real estate development matters, and litigates high-profile land use and real property cases in trial and appellate courts in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.
Zachary's broad knowledge of land use work includes applications for special exceptions, comprehensive plan amendments, conditional use permits, special use permits, site plans, variances, subdivisions, and rezonings. He also regularly assists clients with zoning violation issues and zoning due diligence reviews prior to the acquisition and development of property.
In addition to land use and zoning development work, Zachary has handled land use and real property-related litigation and appeals that have reached the Virginia Supreme Court, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, the Maryland Court of Appeals, and the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. His experience includes matters involving boards of zoning appeals (BZAs); real property disputes; local government and construction-related cases; easement disputes; rights of first refusal; adverse possession; restrictive covenants; commercial lease disputes; and condominium and property owners' association disputes.
Zoning and Land Use