Richard W. Calhoun concentrates his practice in local government and real estate law, and manages Gregory Doyle’s Real Estate practice in the areas of development, land use, zoning, and eminent domain. He has over 35 years of experience in local government and in all phases of land development and land use including rezoning, variances, utilities, property taxation, and real estate litigation. Mr. Calhoun is an AV Preeminent rated attorney with over 40 reported appellate decisions, and in eminent domain cases. Mr. Calhoun represents condemning authorities as well as landowners, lenders, lessors and lessees. Mr. Calhoun’s familiarity with local codes and his professional relationships with Boards, Commissions, Councils and their staff members also enable the firm to achieve positive results in zoning and land development matters.
Mr. Calhoun was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1977, and is admitted to practice before The Georgia Court of Appeals, The Georgia Supreme Court, The United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia and The United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also a member of the State Bar of Georgia Local Government, Real Property and Trial Practice sections.
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