Category: Land Use/Municipal Law/ Real Estate

C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

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Another Carmel & Naccasha Win

The local San Luis Obispo paper, The Tribune, featured a nice write up on a recent case handled by Mike McMahon and our litigation team. Read the article here.

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How Does One Acquire an Easement by Prescription?

While many people have heard about acquiring easements by prescription, they may not be readily familiar with the required elements. For starters, a prescriptive easement isn’t available at a pharmacy. A prescriptive easement arises when one person unlawfully infringes on

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Landlords Must Allow Tenants to Post Political Signs

California Civil Code section 1940.4 was added this year to prohibit landlords from forbidding a tenant from posting or displaying political signs. Senator Christine Kehoe (D-San Diego) introduced the legislation to enhance the ability of tenants to participate in the

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Fast Tracking Lawsuits Challenging Large Construction Projects

In an effort to address the State’s alarming unemployment rate, certain large construction projects which implement innovative measures to reduce environmental impacts will be processed under new procedures designed to fast track such projects. The Jobs and Economic Improvement through

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C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

Read More »

Another Carmel & Naccasha Win

The local San Luis Obispo paper, The Tribune, featured a nice write up on a recent case handled by Mike McMahon and our litigation team. Read the article here.

Read More »

How Does One Acquire an Easement by Prescription?

While many people have heard about acquiring easements by prescription, they may not be readily familiar with the required elements. For starters, a prescriptive easement isn’t available at a pharmacy. A prescriptive easement arises when one person unlawfully infringes on

Read More »

Landlords Must Allow Tenants to Post Political Signs

California Civil Code section 1940.4 was added this year to prohibit landlords from forbidding a tenant from posting or displaying political signs. Senator Christine Kehoe (D-San Diego) introduced the legislation to enhance the ability of tenants to participate in the

Read More »

Fast Tracking Lawsuits Challenging Large Construction Projects

In an effort to address the State’s alarming unemployment rate, certain large construction projects which implement innovative measures to reduce environmental impacts will be processed under new procedures designed to fast track such projects. The Jobs and Economic Improvement through

Read More »

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