KMTG Expands Natural Resources and Civil Litigation Practice in Kern County

Bakersfield | February 28, 2011

K. Eric Adair, a natural resources attorney, has relocated to Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann and Girard’s (KMTG) Bakersfield office. Adair’s move from the KMTG Sacramento office to the firm's Bakersfield office will expand KMTG's natural resources practice in the region, providing current and prospective clients with over two decades of expertise in environmental and natural resources litigation, toxic tort defense, product liability, and general commercial litigation. Adair started his career as in-house counsel with Texaco in Los Angeles and has worked extensively in the oil and gas industry throughout his career, principally in assisting industry clients manage claims and litigation involving environmentally-impacted properties. With the move, Adair will also extend the firm’s mediation practice into Kern County and Southern California.

Prior to joining KMTG’s Bakersfield office, Adair worked in KMTG’s Sacramento location where the firm's Natural Resources group has been headquartered since 1959. Adair resides in Newhall, California.

About KMTG

Established in 1959, KMTG presently is a full service law corporation with offices in Bakersfield, Sacramento, San Luis Obispo, Walnut Creek and Roseville. Our dedicated legal team practice in the law areas of natural resources, energy, environmental, business, construction, education, employment and labor, estate planning, litigation, municipal and public agency, public finance, real estate and land use and redevelopment and housing.