Daniel S. Bryson
Chair of the Municipal Law Practice Group
Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group
Municipal Law; Residential and Commercial Real Estate; Mortgage Banking; Landlord/Tenant; and Corporate.
A native of Rochester, New York, Dan Bryson has been practicing law for more than 15 years. During that time, he has represented clients in a myriad of legal areas. Today, his primary areas of practice include municipal and real estate law.
Dan provides counsel to municipalities on zoning, land use, financing, assessment, enforcement and other matters. He presently serves as the Attorney for the Town/Village of East Rochester. Dan has also represented businesses and individuals before local government boards, courts and other governing bodies.
Real Estate Law
Dan has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial and residential real estate including purchase and sale transactions, mortgage banking, review and negotiation of leases, evictions, subdivision and land development, foreclosures and other matters.
University of Dayton, School of Law (J.D., 1991)
Allegheny College (B.A., 1987)
New York State Bar
Dan is a member of the New York State and Monroe County Bar Associations. He previously served as chairman of the Municipal Law Section of the Monroe County Bar Association.
Dan is a member of the Arc of Monroe County Guardianship Committee, as well as a trustee and past chairman of the Arc of Monroe County Foundation. Dan also serves as a board member and coach for the Pittsford Mustangs Soccer Club.
Dan resides in Pittsford, New York, with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys golf, soccer, running and spending time with his family.