Kronick Advances Three Attorneys to Shareholder

Kronick is pleased to announce the advancement of Rebecca Akroyd, Lawrence Garcia and Leslie Walker to Shareholder. 

"These advancements reflect the strength of our firm and its attorneys in their practice areas of municipal, business, health care, and natural resources" notes Managing Shareholder, Bruce Scheidt. "Their many accomplishments and contributions to the firm are highly regarded by their peers and a testament to their hard work and dedication. We look forward to working alongside them for many years to come."

Rebecca Akroyd represents public and private sector clients in the areas of natural resources and water law. Her practice focuses on regulatory compliance, water rights and compliance with state and federal water and environmental law. Ms. Akroyd performs a variety of legal services for both public and private sector clients, including in-depth legal research and analysis, regulatory compliance assistance and litigation-related support.

Lawrence Garcia brings to the firm almost 40 years of experience as a practicing attorney and health care professional. His experience encompasses the counseling and representation of clients in highly regulated business environments with a heavy concentration in providing support for health care providers, senior living providers, nonprofit corporations and small businesses. Mr. Garcia’s practice includes mergers, acquisitions, financings, commercial transactions, health care law, compliance, the representation of clients in regulatory matters and facilitated conflict resolutions, as well as the representation of clients before regulators. Mr. Garcia focuses his current practice on seeking to find creative and enduring solutions to the most serious problems faced by his clients in the current business environment, including strategic planning, governance development, business structuring, commercial transactions and dispute resolution.

Leslie Walker represents and defends clients, including cities, counties, special districts, developers and agricultural land owners in matters relating to land use entitlements, planning and zoning law, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and other environmental statutes and regulations. She also serves as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Lincoln and previously served as Interim City Attorney.

About Kronick

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard is a full-service law firm with offices in both Northern and Southern California. One of the firm’s many unique qualities is our representation of both public and private clients which provides our attorneys with valuable perspective and enables us to foresee potential issues before they arise, to be proactive and outsmart opposing counsel. Having both practices under one roof allows us to collaborate and to improve our clients’ best chance of success.  

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