Gresham Savage Attorneys Martin Stratte And Jonathan Shardlow Address The Analysis Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under CEQA In The Fall 2017 Edition Of State Bar Of California Environmental Law News

In December 2017, the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of California released its Fall 2017 edition of its biannual publication: Environmental Law News. Included in the biannual publication is an article by Gresham Savage attorneys Martin Stratte and Jonathan Shardlow, which examines the questions left unanswered by Newhall Ranch concerning analysis of greenhouse...

Brandon L. Spivack and David Foate to speak at NBI seminar “Probate Bootcamp: Post-Mortem Planning, Trust Administration, and Tax Hurdles”

Brandon L. Spivack and David E. Foate to speak at NBI seminar “Probate Bootcamp: Post-Mortem Planning, Trust Administration, and Tax Hurdles” Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 9:00AM – 10:00AM More about this event at: https://www.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/Probate-Boot-Camp/Seminar/78148ER?N=63943%2B25

Jerome A. Grossman Selected for 24th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in Securitization and Structured Finance Law

Jerome A. Grossman was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in the 24th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in Securitization and Structured Finance Law.

Gresham Savage attorneys Paige Gosney and Martin Stratte published in Zoning Practice, A Publication Of The American Planning Association

In the July 2017 edition of Zoning Practice, attorneys Paige Gosney and Martin Stratte examined the use of development impact fees and the related legal standards.  More information about the publication can be found at the following link: https://www.planning.org/media/document/9129167/  

Gresham Savage Attorneys Jonathan Shardlow And Martin Stratte Address CEQA Standing In Spring 2017 Edition Of State Bar Of California Environmental Law News

In June 2017, the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of California released its Spring 2017 edition of its biannual publication: Environmental Law News. Included therein was an article by Gresham Savage attorneys Jonathan Shardlow and Martin Stratte, which examines public interest standing under CEQA and the need for further guidance regarding the ability...

Three Gresham Savage Attorneys Selected for Inclusion on 2017 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

Eugene Kim, Jennifer Chang, and Jonathan Shardlow have been selected as 2017 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars. This year marks Chang and Kim’s second year on the list, and Shardlow’s sixth year. Super Lawyers is a rating service that lists outstanding lawyers from a wide range of practice areas who have attained a high...

Gresham Savage Awarded Riverside Chambers “Business of the Year”

Gresham Savage has been named “Business of the Year” for 2016, by the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce. In a ceremony attended by over 800, on March 23, 2017, the firm was recognized for its outstanding contributions to the Riverside business community, and for 107 years of continuous legal service to its valued clients. Principal...

Jerome Grossman to speak at Strafford live webinar, “Opinions of Counsel in Lending Transactions: Scope and Assumptions, Substantive Opinions, and Qualifications”

Jerome Grossman to speak at Strafford live webinar, “Opinions of Counsel in Lending Transactions: Scope and Assumptions, Substantive Opinions, and Qualifications” Thursday, April 13, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT. More about this event at: https://www.straffordpub.com/products/tld3tehnra?trk=ZDFCT

Have You Received A Postcard From The BLM?

Many holders of mining claims in the Southern California desert have recently received a postcard or an email from the Bureau of Land Management (the “BLM”) advising of the passage of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (the “DRECP”). The card notes that the DRECP was adopted in September of 2016, and advises that if...

Class Action Lawsuit Tests Constitutional Limits of Tiered Rates and Penalties Imposed for Excessive Water Use

In the January edition of Argent Communications’ California Water Law & Policy Reporter, Gresham|Savage attorneys Derek Hoffman and Michael Duane Davis report on the implications of recent litigation regarding the ever-controversial issue of establishing water rates and penalties.  The class action lawsuit, filed by a handful of prominent property owners, alleges that the Town of...