Prominent Land Use Attorney Timothy S. Hollister joins Hinckley AllenFebruary 12, 2021
Expanding its team of veteran real estate attorneys, Hinckley Allen has added Timothy S. Hollister, a Connecticut prominent land use and environmental lawyer, as a partner to the firm.
“Tim’s extensive experience in land use will make him a valuable asset to the team as we continue to help our clients navigate the increasingly complex real estate regulatory environment,” said David J. Rubin, Managing Partner at Hinckley Allen.
Representing clients in a wide range of land use and environmental law, Tim’s practice focuses on a broad range of real estate and administrative law challenges. He has extensive experience in affordable housing development, wetlands regulation, and eminent domain. In 2019, he was part of a team that supported the plaintiff property owner in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Knick v Scott Township.
Tim has nearly 40 years of experience in real estate law. He has argued more than 45 cases in the state and federal appellate courts and has been recognized by Chambers, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers.
He is based in the firm’s Hartford, Connecticut office and has bar memberships in Connecticut, United States Court of Appeals for the First and Second Circuits, United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, and the United States Supreme Court.
Hinckley Allen’s Real Estate group is nationally recognized for superior quality work and the ability to complete even the most complex transactions on-time and within budget. Recognized as one of the nation’s top real estate law firms, our attorneys have also been honored by organizations including Chambers & Partners, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers.® The practice offers a full spectrum of services related to commercial real estate including, acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, financing, land use and development, environmental and energy, and our lawyers have broad experience in the following sectors: office, retail, hospitality, multifamily, mixed-use, industrial and distribution centers, and medical and healthcare uses. To learn more about the Real Estate group, please click here.