The Housing Accountability Act (HAA) (Government Code § 65589.5) was enacted 40 years ago as part of a broad legislative efforts to address California’s housing crises.  HAA was designed to significantly increase the approval and construction of new housing for all economic segments of California’s communities by meaningfully and effectively curbing the capability of local

Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. is pleased to announce that Patrick L. Enright has joined the firm as Senior Counsel. Patrick Enright has 25 years of experience in land use, environmental and real estate law. Mr. Enright served as City Attorney for the cities of South Lake Tahoe and Atascadero and has represented private developers in

On February 10, 2023, Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. will present its 22nd annual conference for clients and colleagues interested in current land use, environmental, and real estate issues affecting commercial and residential development, agriculture, real estate transactions, easements, mining

Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., an AV rated firm seeks a lateral attorney to help expand a preeminent California land use, public agency and environmental law practice located in Sacramento. Candidate must be highly motivated, self-sufficient and dedicated, with a solid work ethic.  A&K attorneys have been recognized for many years as leading attorneys in environmental

California’s wildfire season now spans nearly the full calendar year. For California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) practitioners, this means the enhanced scrutiny of wildfire and evacuation impact discussions in CEQA documents is an emerging issue that compels more robust CEQA evaluation than has traditionally been afforded to this topic. This new emphasis comes from revisions