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Robby Brewer Named Vice Chair of Montgomery County Business Development Corporation

Land use attorney Robby Brewer has been named vice chair of the Montgomery County Business Development Corporation. MBDC is an apolitical organization established by the Montgomery County Council as an apolitical organization to provide a business-friendly perspective regarding economic development issues, including strategic planning, retaining and attracting business, and legislative and regulatory advocacy. Robby has served on the MBDC board of directors since its inception in 2010.  For more about MBDC, visit http://montgomerybusiness.org/.

Robby Brewer is an attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland whose practice is rooted in the firm’s Land Use & Zoning and Health Care groups. Robby skillfully guides clients through the critical phases of expanding, developing, buying and selling real property, and has counseled hospitals, institutional healthcare entities and physicians in a wide variety of health care and land use matters.

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