Speaking Engagement:

Show Me The Water! How the Regulatory Drought and California's Water & Planning Laws Demand New Partnerships Among Landowners/Property Developers, Water Agencies and Land-use Agencies

Event Information


Sunday, May 4, 2008


9:00 - 10:30


Hilton La Jolla
Torrey Pines

MCLE Credit:

1.50 Hours

Sponsored By:

The State Bar of California, Real Property Law Section
27th Annual Retreat (May 2-4, 2008)


Continued population growth, natural drought cycles and a deepening environmental regulatory drought are making water shortages an increasingly common roadblock to real property development. Learn about tools and approaches for working with water suppliers and land-use agencies to break through the water shortage barrier, and receive an update on new case law developments involving statewide water supplies, CEQA, SB 610 and SB 221.

KMTG Presenters:

Daniel J. O'Hanlon
Eric N. Robinson

Who Should Attend:

Lawyers involved in real property transactions, land-use entitlement procedures, environmental regulatory permitting for development projects, water and environmental consultants, landowners and real property developers