Meyers Nave Launches California Public Law Blog
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) – Meyers Nave, the largest public agency law firm in California, announces the launch of The Public Blawg; a new blog focused on California public agency law public law news.
Since 1986, the lawyers at Meyers Nave have advised California cities, towns, counties, redevelopment agencies and special districts in all aspects of municipal law. Drawing on this experience and expertise, attorneys from all of the firm’s legal departments will use the blog to identify and analyze new legal developments in areas such as eminent domain, land use, labor and employment, public contracts, environmental regulations, elections, taxation, as well as the variety of general litigation and appellate matters facing its public agency clients.
“The blog represents a natural evolution of our practice representing California public agencies,” explained Elizabeth Silver, a founding partner of the firm and chair of the firm’s Public Law Department. “The analysis and commentary being published to the blog reflects our ongoing commitment to provide clients and the media with insight and advice concerning the latest trends and developments in the field of California municipal law.”
Recent posts to the blog include reviews of:
- California’s Eminent Domain Reform Proposition 90
- The California Supreme Court’s recent decision in Michaelis, Montanari & Johnson v. Superior Court addressing public disclosure of competitive proposals submitted to a public agency
About Meyers Nave
Meyers Nave’s clients include some of California’s most progressive cities, towns, counties and redevelopment agencies. The firm’s attorneys work closely with public officials — council members, city managers, planning directors, public works directors, finance directors and risk managers — to help manage and optimize public programs and initiatives.