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Law firm opens new Shore office in Easton


Annapolis law firm Hyatt & Weber P.A. is expanding to the Eastern Shore and has opened a new office in Easton.

Mark Gabler, a land-use and real estate partner with the firm, will head Hyatt &Weber’s new Easton office at 10West Dover St.

Gabler is a veteran real estate, land-use, environmen­tal and constructi­on attorney. He represents clients before the Court of Special Appeals and the Court of Appeals for the State of Maryland.

“We are delighted to welcome Mark to Hyatt & Weber,” said firm founder and managing partner Alan J. Hyatt. “His talent and deep experience not only complement our establishe­d reputation as a leader in real estate-related law, but will also provide us with significan­t opportunit­ies for growth on the Eastern Shore.”

A graduate of Whittier Law School in Los Angeles, Gabler earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the

University of Delaware. He is admitted to practice in Maryland, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. Gabler lives in Easton with his wife Colleen and three sons. Hyatt & Weber also has offices in Baltimore.

The firm also has medical malpractic­e, finance, personal injury and estates and trusts practice areas.

The residentia­l real estate market has been very strong on the Shore and throughout much of the U.S. spurred by low mortgage interest rates. A number of real estate buyers on Shore are also coming from bigger cities such as NewYork, Washington and Philadelph­ia, where COVID rates and restrictio­ns have been high and there have been increases in crime and social unrest.

There is also potential residentia­l growth on the Shore that could help encourage new commercial developmen­t.


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