Attorney Brendan O’Donnell’s practice focuses primarily on municipal law, land use and permitting, telecommunications law, and civil litigation. Brendan works with municipalities regarding a wide range of legal issues, including matters related to taxation, telecommunication franchise renewals, employment, land use, and general litigation. Recently, Brendan successfully defended a decision of the Town of Plymouth’s Planning Board before the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
Brendan became an associate at DTC in 2018. Before joining the firm, Brendan worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Robert J. Lynn, Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Brendan graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
A life-long New Hampshire resident, Brendan currently resides in Canterbury, New Hampshire, where he serves as an Alternate Member on the Town’s Planning Board. Brendan is the Clerk of the Municipal and Government Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association, a member of the Daniel Webster-Batchelder American Inn of Court, and a volunteer mentor with the Friends Program out of Concord.