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Bryan P. Lynch - Chicago, IL

734 North Wells Street Chicago, IL 60654

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Updated: 12/06/2014

Chicago Eminent Domain and Condemnation Lawyer


Bryan P. Lynch concentrates his practice on representing owners of commercial, industrial, residential and agricultural property affected by eminent domain and condemnation. For over 18 years in the private and public sectors, Mr. Lynch has litigated cases involving a wide variety of properties and uses, such as investment grade retail, commercial, agricultural, industrial, multi-family, and residential...

About Bryan P. Lynch

Practice Areas

  • Eminent Domain and Condemnation
  • Inverse Condemnation, Regulatory Takings and Exactions
  • Relocation Claims under the federal Uniform Relocation Act
  • Commercial and Industrial Real Estate Transactions
  • Business and Commercial Transactions


Bar Admissions

  • Illinois, 1996
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois Trial Bar, 1998
  • U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2009

Other Affiliations

  • Illinois State Bar Association (Elected Assembly Member)
  • Illinois State Bar Association (Member, Real Estate Section Council)
  • Cook County Justinian Society of Lawyers (Member)
  • Catholic Lawyers Guild (Member)
  • Big Shoulders Chairman’s Advisory Council (Member)
  • Irish Fellowship Club (Board of Directors Member)
  • University of Illinois Association of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity (Past Board President)

Classes and Seminars

  • Eminent Domain from Start to Finish, National Business Institute seminar
  • Eminent Domain & Condemnation, presented to The Chicago Farmers Farmland Investment Fair
  • Developments in Eminent Domain, presented to the Realtors Forty Club


  • John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois, 1996
  • University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, 1993
  • University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom


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Published Works

  • “A Stipulation?”, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
  • “May a Condemnor Abandon Its Take?”, ISBA Real Estate Section publication

Office Information


734 North Wells Street Chicago, IL 60654


  • 312-573-2728

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