Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann’s 2020 3rd Quarter cumulative CEQA update. This summary provides links to more in-depth case write-ups on the firm’s blog. The case names of the newest decisions start with Section 3 and are denoted by bold italic fonts.

1.         2019 CEQA UPDATE

To read the 2019 cumulative CEQA review, click here:

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann, Inc.’s September Environmental Action News. This summary provides brief updates on recent environmental cases, legislation, and administrative actions in 2020.

PREVIOUS MONTH’S UPDATE

To read the August 2020 Environmental Action News post, click here:

https://blog.aklandlaw.com/2020/08/uncategorized/august-environmental-action-news/ 

SUPREME COURT

There is one case pending at the California Supreme Court. The case

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann, Inc.’s September Real Estate Law Action News. This summary provides brief updates on recent environmental cases, legislation, and administrative actions in 2020. The case names of the newest decisions start with Section 3 and are denoted by bold italic fonts.

  1. PREVIOUS MONTH’S UPDATE

To read the August 2020 Environmental

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann, Inc.’s August Environmental Action News. This summary provides brief updates on recent environmental cases, legislation, and administrative actions in 2020.

1. PREVIOUS MONTH’S UPDATE

To read the July 2020 Environmental Action News- Part 2 post, click here:
https://blog.aklandlaw.com/2020/07/articles/july-environmental-action-news-part-2/

2. SUPREME COURT

There is one case pending at the California

2020 CEQA 1st QUARTER REVIEW

Welcome to Abbott & Kindermann’s 2020 1st Quarter cumulative CEQA update. This summary provides links to more in-depth case write-ups on the firm’s blog. The case names of the newest decisions start with Section 3 and are denoted by bold italic fonts.

  1. 2019 CEQA UPDATE

 To read the 2019 cumulative

The City of Visalia amended its general plan pertaining to neighborhood commercial districts, adding a limitation that no tenant could occupy more than 40,000 square feet. A shopping center owner submitted expert testimony regarding the potential for urban decay, but the court held it was insufficient to demonstrate that the limitation may have a significant

Call for Nominations!

 The Sacramento Environmental Commission (SEC) invites you to participate in the 2018 Environmental Awards Program. Diane Kindermann has been a Commissioner on the SEC since 2015. Abbott & Kinderman is notifying our blog readers of this opportunity.

The goal of these awards is to recognize and show appreciation to residents and businesses

How You Can Help Communities Affected by Wildfires

Our hearts go out to all of those who have been affected by the recent wildfires that have devastated our state. We are grateful to all the firefighters, responders and individuals helping with this tragedy. Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. would like to reach out to all of

Glen C. Hansen of Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., will present an update on recent developments in resolving easement, boundary, and implied public dedication disputes in California. This is an advanced class aimed primarily at land surveyors, civil engineers, attorneys, and property owners. This intense, three-hour class examines recent case law about:

  • Creating, Interpreting, and Terminating

In Murr v. Wisconsin, U.S., 137 S.Ct. 1933 (2017), the U.S. Supreme Court established a multi-factored test to determine what is the proper unit of property against which to assess whether a challenged governmental action constitutes a regulatory taking for which just compensation is owed under the U.S. Constitution. Because the test for