Bill Lynn has been with GTH since 1979 and his approach has always been characterized by an emphasis on problem solving. His primary areas of practice include land use and zoning, real estate, environmental law and municipal law. He has provided land-use representation for large and small residential, commercial, industrial and mixed-use projects throughout the Puget Sound area and is experienced at litigating matters under the State Environmental Policy Act.
An active member of his community, Bill has served on the board of the Cascade Land Conservancy and on the legal trust committee of the Building Industry Association of Washington. He has been a member of the board of directors of Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity since 2009 and he is also a longstanding supporter of the Point Defiance Zoological Society.
Building Industry Association of Washington
Federal Bar Association of the Western District of Washington
Washington State Bar Sections on Environmental and Land Use Law, Real Property Probate and Trust
American Bar Sections on Local Government Law and Real Property, Probate and Trust
Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity Board, 2009-Present
Cascade Land Conservancy Board, 2005-09
Building Industry Association of Washington Legal Trust Committee, 2001-04
Point Defiance Zoological Society Zoobilee Co-Chair, 1995 Executive Committee, 1994-96
Ongoing representation of Cascadia Development Corporation on all land use, utility, growth management, environmental and real estate matters relating to development of a 4700-acre planned community.
Land use representation for large and small residential, commercial, industrial and mixed-use projects throughout the Puget Sound area.
Extensive surface mining, natural resources and shoreline work.
Litigation in State Environmental Policy Act matters.