Attorney Paige H. Gosney Joins Gresham Savage’s San Bernardino Office

September 27, 2016

–San Bernardino office expands land use and environmental practice–

SAN BERNARDINO, CAGresham Savage, a leading business, litigation, real estate, environmental and land use law firm, announced that Paige Gosney has joined the firm’s San Bernardino office. Gosney has nearly a decade of experience representing public agencies and private clients in a variety of civil, business and land use matters, including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Subdivision Map Act, the Civil Rights Act, and general planning and zoning laws.

“With experience throughout California advising clients on all aspects of land use, we need someone like Paige in our growing practice,” said Shareholder Mark Ostoich. “Paige’s extensive involvement representing project applicants, developers and landowners, while working closely with public agencies in the entitlement and permitting process, is a great contribution to clients.”

Prior to joining Gresham Savage, Gosney was an attorney at Jackson Tidus in its land use development, environmental and litigation practice groups.

Gosney obtained his Juris Doctor from Chapman University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude. During law school, he participated on the Appellate Moot Court Honor Board and Mock Trial Board. He obtained his Bachelors of Arts in English Literature from the University of Oregon.

He serves as a member in several organizations, including the Orange County Bar Association, Sigma Nu National Fraternity and the Screen Actors Guild. Gosney is also an advisory board member of the Climate Change Law & Policy Reporter, as well as an editor for the California Land Use Law & Policy Reporter.