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Meyers Nave Promotes Jose M. Sanchez to Principal

OAKLAND — Meyers Nave is proud to announce the promotion of Jose M. Sanchez to Principal, effective January 1, 2015. “Jose demonstrates the highest standards of client service, professional expertise and collaborative teamwork that are hallmarks of Meyers Nave. We greatly appreciate his contributions to the firm’s success and look forward to him joining our leadership team,” said David W. Skinner, Managing Principal of Meyers Nave.

Jose M. Sanchez

Jose Sanchez provides advice on the full range of legal issues facing cities and special districts, including public contracting, land use, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, conflicts of interest laws and code enforcement matters. He serves as City Attorney for the Cities of Livingston and Cloverdale, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Modesto and Deputy City Attorney for the City of Rancho Cordova.

Jose’s experience includes preparing and reviewing general plan and zoning codes, preparing and implementing city ordinances and regulations, and negotiating and drafting development agreements and public contracts. As lead code enforcement attorney for the City of Rancho Cordova, his work helped the City win a statewide award for its “Blight Busters” program. Prior to joining Meyers Nave, Jose clerked at the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office, advised its Ethics Commission and updated the Human Rights Commission’s Record Retention Policy. During law school, he interned in the legal department of the San Francisco Unified School District. (full biography)


About Meyers Nave: Founded in 1986, Meyers Nave continues to expand its presence throughout California with more than 80 attorneys in six offices providing a comprehensive range of legal services to public entities and private businesses across the state. In 2014, Law360 named Meyers Nave a “California Powerhouse” – “one of the leading firms for local governments and public agencies throughout the state as well as private clients focused on complex, public-facing transportation and development projects.” www.meyersnave.com