From tackling a complex client matter, to engaging in a new pro bono assignment, to welcoming a new associate to the Meyers Nave team, we are thrilled to share what keeps us engaged and excited about the work we do.
Meyers Nave is honored to support 2014 Aids/LifeCycle by participating in their 7-day, 545 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles that raises money and awareness for the HIV and AIDS services of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. 2014 marks the thirteen year for AIDS/LifeCycle and the twenty-first for the event overall, and during the week of June 1-7, thousands of Cyclists and volunteer Roadies will come together to do something incredible. Something that will change lives. Something that YOU can be a part of!
The Recorder, April 9, 2012 - A household name among governmental entities, the firm routinely scores wins for its municipal clients at trial and on appeal. It also advises on CEQA, water rights and land use issues, and represents municipalities in multimillion-dollar development projects in Northern California and across the state.
Please click here to see the full list in The Recorder - April 9, 2012 Issue
Hagopian v. State of California et al. 1/24/14 - 2nd District Court of Appeal
In a permitting dispute with a Southern California landowner, Meyers Nave obtained a published decision by the 2nd District Court of Appeal in favor of the County of Los Angeles, affirming an earlier trial court victory and securing recovery of costs. The underlying case involved a large property in the Santa Monica Mountains segment of the State’s Coastal Zone. The landowners, who built eight structures, other facilities, and a commercial vineyard without Coastal Development Permits (CDPs), sued the County, the State, and the California Coastal Commission in 2010, after the Commission cited the owners for violating the California Coastal Act. See the 2nd District’s January 24, 2014, opinion here. Please contact Meyers Nave attorneys Deborah Fox or Peter Hayes, who represented the County of L.A. in this matter, with any questions about this decision.