Presenting the Power 20 Real Estate Law list:
After a well-received rollout last year, The Daily Record is continuing to build a Power List program with the first list of 2022: Power 20 Real Estate Law list.
This list includes lawyers who have spent much of their career working in real estate law.
The people on this list help clients, both individuals and companies, navigate complex transaction processes to help fulfill their personal dreams or organizational goals. Their job has been made even more difficult over the past two years. At the same time as the COVID-19 pandemic was changing the way the entire real estate transaction process worked, the real estate market was getting turned on its head. These attorneys continued to serve their clients admirably while navigating new ways of doing business thanks to restrictions that limited or halted face-to-face meetings.
As with previous lists, the Power 20 Real Estate Law list is presented in alphabetical order, click here to see the full list.
Lacy Katzen is honored to have Daniel S. Bryson make the list; read more below.
Partner, Lacy Katzen LLP
Years in current role: 15
What do you enjoy most about practicing real estate law?
Whether it’s a first-time home buyer or a commercial client, I enjoy working with our team to make the process and transaction as seamless as possible.
What has been the biggest challenge you’ve dealt with over the past year?
The biggest challenge that our office and others navigated was COVID-19 during a strong real estate market. We all adapted and discovered creative ways to meet our clients’ needs.
What community organizations do you support as a volunteer and why?
The ARC of Monroe County — Guardianship Committee Member
The ARC Foundation of Monroe — Trustee
The ARC of Monroe County is a special organization to my family. I have great respect for everything they do to enhance the lives of the individuals they serve.
If you are looking for residential real estate legal representation Daniel Bryson may be able to help.