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Taylor English Duma LLP Admits Two Attorneys to Partnership

Atlanta (August 31, 2022) – Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that Steven Jones and Vianney Lopez have joined the Taylor English partnership. Both Jones and Lopez are located in Atlanta and members of the firm’s Real Estate Department.

“We are excited to welcome Steven and Vianney to our partnership,” said Marc Taylor, chair of Taylor English. “They are both outstanding attorneys, experienced leaders, and will serve as terrific ambassadors for the firm.”

Jones advises and represents clients throughout the State of Georgia in land use, zoning, and eminent domain/condemnation matters. He handles applications and appeals for rezonings, comprehensive land use plan amendments, special use permits (also known as special exceptions and conditional uses), and variances. He also represents clients in negotiated and litigated eminent domain/condemnation matters and represents clients before the Georgia Public Service Commission. Jones earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and his law degree from Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law.

Lopez represents a wide range of clients throughout the country, including property owners, developers, lenders, investors, tenants, real estate investment trusts, and specialty contractors. She has extensive experience advising clients through every phase of construction for projects involving the development of mixed-use, retail, residential, hospitality, industrial, and brownfield properties. Lopez earned her undergraduate degree from Yale University, her master’s degree from Lehman College, City University of New York, and her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.  

For more information about employment opportunities at Taylor English, visit taylorenglish.com.

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