Daniel P. Dalton
A founder of Detroit-based Dalton & Tomich, PLC, Dan Dalton has developed a national reputation as a tenacious and strategic litigator representing clients in the areas of land use and zoning litigation. He has a special focus on religious denominational splits and property disputes, representing religious institutions throughout the country in cases related to the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), as well as local churches seeking to separate from their mainline denominations while retaining their property using denominational trust clauses. In a December 2019 RLUIPA win, Dan (along with local counsel) successfully represented the Shawnee Mission Church as it sought to continue its ministry to the homeless in Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church v the City of Lenexa, Kentucky.
Robert L. Glushon
Rob Glushon has over 40 years of experience in land use, zoning, environmental, real property and real estate law including representing property owners and neighborhood groups. He has also successfully represented parties in related litigation including writs of mandamus and claims arising from the California Environmental Quality Act. Mr. Glushon represented the prevailing party in the landmark published case of Nasha v. City of Los Angeles (2004) 125 Cal. App. 4th 470 and also the successful neighborhood association in Arviv v. South Valley Area Planning Commission (2002) 101 Cal App 4th 1333 in which the Court upheld the City’s requirement of an Environmental Impact Report for the attempted piece-meal development of numerous legal lots. He has an A.V. rating by Martindale Hubbell and was selected to Super Lawyers 2013-2021.