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Mr. Scholar is a principal attorney practicing in the firm's labor and employment law and litigation practice groups. Mr. Scholar represents both public agencies and private sector clients in the areas of employment, civil rights, business and general liability litigation. In practice since 1993, Mr. Scholar brings considerable experience litigating matters in both federal and state courts.
Mr. Schulz focuses his practice on water, environmental and real property law, representing both public and private clients. An attorney with several legal successes throughout his career, he provides clients with balanced representation, meeting their needs as an accomplished litigator and providing advisement on a host of related matters involving water, land use, and development.
Mr. Robinson, a shareholder and manager of the firm's Natural Resources practice area, represents public and private sector clients in the fields of natural resources and environmental law. He provides counsel on obtaining and defending water rights and water supplies, obtaining environmental compliance approvals for development projects under local, state, and federal laws, and litigates in state and federal courts.
Ms. Covert Russell is an associate attorney in the firm's Sacramento office. She represents school districts and county offices of education on a variety matters, including special education, student issues and district governance. She also provides general advice and counsel, transactional and litigation support to education and public agency clients throughout California.
Mr. Scheidt is the Managing Shareholder and the firm’s Business Services Practice Group Manager. The Business Services Practice Group includes the firm’s commercial litigation, business law, banking and creditors rights, corporate formation, real estate, trusts and estates, and tax practices. Mr.
Mr. Price is a shareholder with the firm who has more than three decades of legal experience. Over the years, he has represented governmental entities, public and private companies, and individuals in the areas of property tax law and civil litigation, commercial and business law, oil and gas law, construction law, real estate and bankruptcy matters. Currently, a significant portion of his practice focuses on complex litigation involving the evaluation and taxation of high value energy resource and industrial/commercial properties. In this area, he primarily represents counties and a select number of municipalities and special districts. He also continues to provide litigation services for private sector clients in the areas of real estate, construction, general business and commercial matters, and bankruptcy.
Mr. O'Hanlon is a shareholder in the firm whose practice emphasizes environmental law and includes litigation, counseling and permitting in the areas of water resources, remediation of contaminated property, endangered species, and wetlands. His clients include both public and private entities. He serves as special counsel to a number of public agencies and associations in the water resources area, including the San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, Westlands Water District, and the State Water Contractors.
Ms. Packer Garey is an associate attorney in the firm's labor and employment practice group and a member of the firm's litigation practice area. Ms. Packer Garey represents both public and private sector clients in employment related lawsuits before state and federal courts at both the trial court and appellate levels. Ms. Packer Garey also represents employers with such matters as administrative agency and board appeals, arbitrations, and provides general advice and counsel.
Mr. Powell is an associate attorney who practices in the firm's resources department. He represents both public and private sector clients in water-related resource matters, including water rights, land use and water supply adequacy. Mr. Powell is also a registered civil engineer and geologist with an extensive background in water resources planning, particularly groundwater and water management.
Mr. Morris, a shareholder in the firm, focuses on natural resources, land use, and water law in his practice, representing both public and private clients. He often works closely with the firm's public agency attorneys, advising and representing clients in areas that align with his areas of emphasis, which include water rights, water transfers, environmental law, hazardous materials, mining and development permits. Prior to entering the legal profession, Mr. Morris worked as a civil engineer for 12 years-experience that he frequently finds invaluable in providing services to clients.