Parker, Bryant E.

Bryant Parker

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Bryant Parker is an attorney sought after by private, not-for-profit and governmental clients throughout the Wichita and Kansas City metropolitan areas to represent them in all aspects of land use development, real estate, economic development incentives, business entity formation and litigation.

Bryant’s government law skillset was honed while working with local and regional governments on a variety of land use and real estate development matters, including the purchase and sale of land and easements; condemnation; the selection and implementation of public/private development partnerships; and economic development financing and incentive programs.

Today, Bryant’s prowess helps private clients and developers obtain public/private economic development financing, incentives and partnerships. When a client comes to Bryant with a proposed development/redevelopment opportunity, he seeks first to understand the client’s short and long-term vision. He exposes potential legal issues and reviews incentive and financing mechanisms to enhance the project’s profitability. Through his expertise in the land use area, Bryant has gained credibility and trust with elected officials, their staffs and departmental staffs throughout the State of Kansas, including Wichita and Kansas City metro areas. These relationships help him promote his client’s projects while ensuring compliance with applicable processes and regulations. Bryant’s strong work ethic gives him the focus and determination necessary to see large-scale multifaceted development projects to fruition.

Non-profit clients also seek Bryant’s expertise regarding 501(c)(3) incorporation, articles of incorporation revisions, by-laws creation, and contracts for the procurement of goods and services. Regardless of the client or legal expertise needed, Bryant approaches his client’s legal representation with the utmost integrity. His practical approach provides clients with cost-effective solutions to complex legal problems.

Bryant has authored several papers and is frequently asked to speak on development law. He’s a multi-instrument musician who plays the tuba, acoustic and electric bass. Bryant remains loyal to his alma maters – Wichita State and the University of Kansas – and cheers them on every chance he gets.