Bryan W. Horn


Direct Dial: 804.697.5112
Direct Fax: 804.697.5146

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Practice Areas

Arbitration / Mediation
Civil Litigation
Construction Law / Litigation
Eminent Domain



Bryan Horn is an experienced and skilled attorney whose primary areas of practice are construction law, eminent domain law and general commercial and real estate litigation.  He is the lead attorney for both the Firm’s Construction Law Practice and its Eminent Domain Law Practice.  He represents plaintiffs and defendants throughout Virginia in both state and federal courts as well as before appellate courts. 

Mr. Horn has been regularly profiled in Virginia Super Lawyers magazine’s “The Top Attorneys in Virginia” and in Virginia Business magazine’s “Legal Elite.”  In addition, he has been invited by industry groups to speak and present at construction law and eminent domain conferences and seminars.  Further, Mr. Horn serves as General Counsel to the Home Building Association of Richmond.

Mr. Horn counsels and represents construction project owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, engineers and other professionals on both public and private construction projects.  Mr. Horn’s construction issue skill set includes problem projects, contract claims, payment disputes, differing site conditions, construction changes/change orders, project schedule acceleration and delay, design and construction defects, wrongful termination, insurance coverage, mechanic’s liens, surety bond issues, arbitration and mediation.  His eminent domain experience includes partial and complete takings in the construction of new roads, the expansion of existing roads and intersection improvements, as well as cases involving relocation of utility easements, sound walls, construction easements and inverse condemnation.  He is also well-versed in general commercial and real estate litigation, having handled significant matters involving contract enforcement and claim defense, commercial collections, foreclosure deficiency actions, specific performance suits, contested partition cases, and land title matters. 

Mr. Horn is also actively involved in his community. In addition to his work as General Counsel, Mr. Horn serves on the Home Building Association of Richmond’s Legislative Committee and regularly engages in advocacy efforts on behalf of home builders and construction contractors during sessions of the Virginia General Assembly. He is also the Eastern Virginia Coordinator for the Center for Teaching the Rule of Law’s Rule of Law Project.  Mr. Horn regularly advocates on issues relating to Type 1 diabetes (T1D), also known as juvenile diabetes, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.  Additionally, he is a member of the 2016 Class of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia.

Mr. Horn maintains the highest rating available from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.