Areas of Practice:

Land Use & Zoning

Subdivision

Administrative Law

Government Relations

 

Bar Admissions:

Maryland

U.S. District Court for the

        District of Maryland

U.S. Supreme Court

Lawrence N. Taub
Principal, Administrative Law & Government Relations
Deputy Practice Group Leader
ltaub@omng.com

Direct:     301.572.3274
Fax:         301.572.6655
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Lawrence N. Taub has been representing local and national developers, builders, businesses and property owners in land use and zoning matters for over thirty years.  Mr. Taub represents his clients before administrative, legislative and judicial bodies to obtain all required approvals for a wide range of developments, including mixed-use and transit-oriented projects, retail centers, office complexes, single-family and multi-family residential developments, senior housing projects, private schools, religious institutions, sand and gravel mining operations, and solid waste facilities.  His practice includes such land use matters as rezonings, special exceptions, subdivisions (including preliminary plans, variations and final plats), master plans, sectional map amendments, variances, departures from design standards, basic plans, comprehensive and specific design plans, conceptual and detailed site plans, zoning ordinance text amendments, nonconforming use certifications, validations of permits issued in error, water and sewer category changes, building/use and occupancy permit issues, and defense of zoning violations.  His extensive knowledge and experience enable him to develop comprehensive and cohesive strategies to assist his clients in obtaining the governmental approvals needed for their projects. 

 

After beginning his professional career as Associate General Counsel to the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Mr. Taub has had many years of experience in private practice representing clients before the Prince George’s District Council, the Prince George’s County Planning Board, and other state and county administrative agencies and municipal governments.  He is also accomplished in handling appeals of land use matters before the Circuit Courts, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and the Maryland Court of Appeals. 

 

Mr. Taub has represented numerous projects over the years, notably including FedEx Field (legislative and zoning approvals for the Washington Redskins), the Safeway East Coast Distribution Center, Arts District Hyattsville (mixed-use project for EYA), University Town Center (mixed-use, transit-oriented project for Prince George’s Metro Center), Pointe at Cheverly (mixed-use project for Republic Properties and Steppingstones Development), Newton Green (affordable senior housing building for The Ingerman Group), Penn East Office Park (industrial/office complex for Osprey Development), Hillel at the University of Maryland, and the Friends Community School. 

 

Mr. Taub is an active participant in the Prince George’s Liaison Committee of the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association and is a past Chairman of that Committee.  He is also a member and past President of the Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce, and served on the Prince George’s Task Force to Revise the Zoning Ordinance from 2003-2005.  In addition to his professional memberships, Mr. Taub enjoys serving as President of Top Banana Home-Delivered Groceries, a non-profit organization that delivers food to senior citizens, and as a member of the Board of Oseh Shalom Synagogue in Laurel.  Mr. Taub is admitted to practice in Maryland, the District of Columbia, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and before the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

 

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