Meyers Nave Elevates Greg Newmark to Principal
Oakland, CA – Meyers Nave is pleased to announce that Greg Newmark has been elevated to Principal status.
Greg joined Meyers Nave as Senior Counsel in 2006 after leaving the California Attorney General’s Office where he represented the State Water Resources Control Board and the Regional Water Quality Control Boards. Greg has continued to develop his environmental law practice at Meyers Nave and is recognized as a state-wide expert in water quality issues, as an advisor and litigator. In addition, Greg is an active member of the legal community and serves as a member of the California State Bar Environmental Law Section Executive Committee.
“Greg is a noted expert in water quality and water rights issues and is an important contributor to our firm and our clients,” stated Deborah Fox, the firm’s Principal in Charge in the Los Angeles office. “Greg is a talented lawyer and his extensive experience will contribute to the firm’s growing environmental practice.”
About Meyers Nave
Founded in 1986, the law firm of Meyers Nave is recognized for its work with all types of public entities in California. The firm provides the full scope of legal services to cities, counties, redevelopment agencies and special districts statewide. Meyers Nave’s areas of practice include labor and employment, torts, redevelopment, city attorney and general counsel representations, eminent domain, litigation, writs and appeals, public contracts and land use, and environmental law.