A generally applicable traffic impact mitigation fee, imposed on all new development within the jurisdiction, is not an unconstitutional taking, and does not violate the California Mitigation Fee Act.
Sober living homes alleging discrimination due to zoning requirements can prove they are entitled to protection under state and federal laws by showing that they serve or intend to serve individuals with disabilities.
The government may not criminalize the use of bedding materials in public by individuals experiencing homelessness when shelter beds are unavailable.
Meet the newest Litigation Shareholder in our Los Angeles Office.
Trisha Ortiz will be part of a panel of experts discussing municipal finance basics, offering tips and suggestions, and providing some suggested best practices.
- 04.28.2022Event // 2022 Legislative Update
It was another busy year for Sacramento! Join Diana Varat and Zach Heinselman as they review new legislation and what you need to know about it.
- 03.29.2022Event // Harrassment Prevention TrainingShareholders Jennifer Petrusis and Rebecca Green share their expertise on preventing harassment as part of the League of California Cities New Mayors and Councilmembers Academy. Hope to see you there!