Miller, Miller & Canby is pleased to welcome Debra Yerg Daniel to the firm’s Land Development Practice Group. She focuses her practice in zoning law and land use planning and development, as well as administrative and municipal law for clients that include municipalities, property owners and developers.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Daniel enjoyed a long-standing career in state and local government, previously serving as the City Attorney for the City of Rockville and as Associate General Counsel with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. As City Attorney, she served as legal counsel to the Mayor and Council of Rockville, as well as the City’s numerous Boards and Commissions. At the Commission, she served as supervising attorney for the General Counsel’s Montgomery County Land Use team.
“We are delighted to welcome Debra to our firm,” said Land Development practice co-chair Soo Lee-Cho. “Debra’s history of public service aligns with our firm’s dedication to serving our clients, and her track record of representing clients across a wide range of issues, from land use and zoning to ethics, election and employment matters will help us expand our breadth of services, particularly in municipal and administrative law.”
“I am looking forward to joining a practice with deep roots and a strong tradition of service throughout the State of Maryland,” said Ms. Daniel. “With the marking of Miller, Miller & Canby’s 75th anniversary in 2021, I can’t think of a more exciting time to be part of this firm.”
About Miller, Miller & Canby
In 2021, Miller, Miller & Canby will celebrate 75 years of serving the legal needs of metropolitan Washington, DC. As the oldest law firm in Montgomery County, MD, the firm recognizes that this milestone reflects the relationships built and maintained with our clients, friends and the business community, many spanning multiple generations. The firm maintains its focus on its core areas of practice: Land Development, Real Estate, Eminent Domain, Tax Appeals, Litigation, Business and Tax, and Trusts, Estates and Elder Law. The firm’s moderate size allows its attorneys to maintain close contact with clients and have the opportunity to develop and foster trusted, lasting relationships. In all of our practice areas, an overarching concern for quality of product and efficiency of accomplishment assures clients that we strive for true value in legal representation. Miller, Miller & Canby is proud to have maintained this standard of service since the firm’s founding in 1946.
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