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Tim is known for diplomatically pressing for prompt and fair governmental determinations and for collaborating with other development team members to keep projects on schedule. As an experienced land use and real estate attorney for over 30 years, Tim is accustomed to negotiating a variety of agreements necessary to implement his clients' entitlements. As a member of the Firm's real estate transaction team, he negotiates entitlement related issues in land and developed property transactions. Tim has represented his clients in appellate litigation before the Maryland appellate and circuit courts and is a member of the Firm's litigation entitlement team.
Tim has chaired the Firm's Zoning and Land Use Practice Group for the past 17 years and serves or has served on a variety of Maryland and local zoning and land use related committees and panels. He served on the Maryland State Highway Administration's Land Use Expert Panel for the Intercounty Connector (ICC). He was a member of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission's (M-NCPPC) Transportation Policy Task Force. He is a Board member of the Friends of White Flint, the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board and the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the Urban Land Institute Washington Case Studies Committee and serves as the Chair of the Advanced Real Property Institute Program Committee and Chair of the Land Use Institute of the Maryland State Bar Association.
Tim is licensed in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
•Tim Dugan to moderate Urban Land Institute's Camden Shady Grove case study panel
•Shulman Rogers and Rodgers Consulting Present Montgomery County's Future with Private Roads and Ownership Lots
•Shulman Rogers Land Use Chair Tim Dugan featured in BISNOW
•Tim Dugan elected to new leadership roles with the Maryland State Bar Association
•Tim Dugan moderates the Urban Land Institute's Brightview West End Case Study Panel
•Tim Dugan obtains entitlements for North Bethesda Center Parcel G, a 320,000SF multi-family building of up to 294 dwelling units
•Tim Dugan obtains entitlements for Westbard Self Storage, a 195,000 square foot Bethesda self-storage building
•Tim Dugan appointed as Business Representative to the Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board
•Timothy Dugan elected to the Board of Directors of the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce
•Timothy Dugan elected President of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Washington, D.C.
•Timothy Dugan selected to serve on the Urban Land Institute Washington Case Studies Committee
•Timothy Dugan serves as panelist for Urban Land Institute Presentation
•Tim Dugan Represents Shelter Development, LLC in Brightview West End Approval
•Timothy Dugan of Shulman Rogers Represented Saul Centers, Inc. in White Oak
•Regional Spotlight: Mid-Atlantic/Carolinas
•Shulman Rogers represents Camden USA in developing multi-family project in the Shady Grove Life Sciences Area
Also at Washington, DC and Potamac, MD office
Professional & Community Affiliations
•Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
•Maryland State Bar Association, Real Property Section, Chair of the Advanced Real Property Institute, Chair of the Land Use Institute Symposium
•Friends of White Flint Board of Directors, Chair of the Business Representatives
•Western Montgomery County Citizens Advisory Board
•President, The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Washington, D.C.
•Urban Land Institute Case Studies Committee
•Suburban Maryland Transportation Alliance
•Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
•Montgomery County Chapter of the Maryland Building Industry Association (Life Director)
•National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
•Georgetown Preparatory School Alumni Association
•University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Alumni Association
•William and Mary Law School Alumni Association
•Georgetown University Alumni Association
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