We defended the City of Bakersfield in several CEQA challenges to planned regional transportation system improvements.
We advised Australia and New Zealand’s largest independent valuation professional services firm on its strategic partnership with Apex Appraisal Service, Inc.
We worked with leading California water associations to negotiate amendments to the recently adopted Waters of the State regulations to provide an exclusion for ongoing water supply and flood control related activities.
We helped Ventura Water obtain unanimous City Council approval of the VenturaWaterPure Project as well as certification of the project's EIR.
We are lead federal environmental litigation counsel for the largest single highway project in Arizona history, the $1.8 billion South Mountain Freeway Project.
We obtained summary judgment from San Joaquin Superior Court in an over $200 million class action lawsuit brought against the San Joaquin County Employees’ Retirement Association and its Board of Retirement by a certified class of nearly 1,800 people.
We recently prevailed in a trial in the Western District of Washington regarding a claim against State Farm.
The cost of Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Green Line Extension Project was ballooning. They turned to us for help finding a more effective project delivery method.
We assisted Oakmont Senior Living LLC, a leading provider of assisted living and memory care facilities in California and Nevada, in the $399,000,000 sale of eight senior living facilities to HCP, Inc.
We helped a businessman get his IRS penalties abated, in full, which approximated $300,000.
As a result of Nossaman’s efforts, all ROW was delivered on-time and under budget, without protracted litigation.
We assisted the City of Bakersfield with early project planning to address environmental challenges and acquire the necessary property interests.
Bringing public transit to the west-side had long been a dream in Los Angeles but it was always difficult to make it a reality
A successful defense against condemnation enabled the owner securing entitlements for a 450+ unit mixed-use residential development.
The crown jewel of LA Metro's Crenshaw/LAX Line is its 96th Street / Aviation station which will enable passengers to connect directly to LAX’s Automated People Mover.
After expert discovery concluded, we negotiated a favorable settlement with Caltrans agreeing to pay $4.5 million.
We negotiated a settlement that resulted in the County of Santa Barbara limiting its acquisition to the surface and entirely preserving Coldwater Farms’ mineral estate.
The Project involved the addition of a substation and miles of new 66kv Subtransmission lines spanning throughout San Bernardino County.
The successful resolution of this matter led to the Hotel receiving millions of dollars in compensation, along with the return of its key property and vested zoning rights
We were one of a few firms selected by LA Metro to help them navigate myriad issues.
This crucial project, a $2 billion, 11-mile trolley line extension from downtown San Diego to University City, will improve access in the region.
The California Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District recently handed down a unanimous decision in Greene v. Marin County Employees’ Retirement Association, denying the petitioner’s request for issuance of a writ of mandate on the ground of disqualifying bias. Nossaman LLP represented MCERA through the trial and appellate court proceedings.
We represented a national telemedicine company and a California cornea surgeon in a Medical Board of California investigation.
We assisted the Arizona Department of Transportation in a build to suit and forward purchase matter when it sought to replace its Flagstaff office and other facilities.
- Entangling the USFWS in Administrative Procedure Act and Securing Reconsideration of Bone Cave Harvestman Delisting03.28.2019
Convincing the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas to overturn the USFWS’s denial to delist the Bone Cave Harvestman.
We successfully argued that the North Pacific Council’s Amendment 113 to the Bering Sea Groundfish Fisheries Management Plan did not comply with the Magnuson-Stevens Act.
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