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KMTG Opens Walnut Creek Office: Expands to Service Growing Client Base
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard (KMTG) announces the opening of its fourth office located in Walnut Creek. KMTG has a main office in Sacramento, with additional offices in Bakersfield and San Luis Obispo.
The office doors opened on Monday, November 2, 2009, and plans for an open house are scheduled for early 2010. The fourth office was opened in an effort to service the firm’s expanding client base and offer current clients access to KMTG attorneys in the East Bay.
KMTG has hired three new attorneys to establish the new office. Margaret J. Grover in the firm’s Labor and Employment group will serve as the office’s full time attorney, and Special Education attorney Linda Rhoads Parks, Education attorney Sally Jensen Dutcher, and Public Finance attorney and shareholder Marilyn L. Jacobs will all work out of the office part-time.
“We are pleased to expand KMTG into the East Bay, as this gives us the opportunity to service existing clientele in this area, and create relationships with businesses that could benefit from our expertise,” says Keith Bolte, the firm’s Chief Operating Officer. “Our firm is one of the few in the region that has continued to grow in this economy, and it’s become a necessity to expand our office locations, as well as hire more attorneys to support our growing client base.”
KMTG established its first office in Sacramento in 1959, and opened its second office in Bakersfield in 2000, with San Luis Obispo opening shortly after in 2007.
Established in 1959, KMTG presently is a full service law corporation with offices in Sacramento, Bakersfield, San Luis Obispo and Walnut Creek. Our dedicated legal team is comprised of over 60 attorneys and 50 staff. KMTG attorneys practice in the law areas of natural resources, business, construction, education, employment and labor, energy, environmental, insurance coverage, litigation, municipal and public agency, nonprofit organization, public finance, real estate and land use and redevelopment and housing.