January 24, 2017
Jessica Diaz, Elisabeth Esposito and Jena Acos will be speaking at the National Business Institute’s Water Rights in California Seminars in Fresno and Bakersfield, Calif.
- Elisabeth Esposito on Water Rights Evaluations
- Jessica Diaz on Handling the Application, Lease, Transfer and Sale of Water Rights
- Jena Acos on Handling Water Rights Disputes: Adjudication Procedures and Litigation Tips
Click here for further details on the Fresno event and here for the Bakersfield event.
Jena Shoaf Acos
November 10, 2016
Jena Shoaf Acos and Elisabeth L. Esposito will be presenting California Water Law MCLE for the Santa Barbara Barristers. This focused legal program provides an overview of California water law, including an explanation of the state’s dual water rights system (i.e., riparian and appropriative rights) and recent groundwater legislation. The presentation will also include practical tools to tackle water law cases and legal strategies for protecting water rights and use.
November 16, 2016
Dylan K. Johnson will be presenting on Law of Wineries: An Overview of Land Use Issues for the Real Property Section of the Santa Barbara County Bar Association. Dylan will address Santa Barbara County’s draft winery ordinance, enforcement issues, water supply, and due diligence issues concerning owning and operating wineries.
October 5, 2016
Bradley Herrema will speak at the GRA Southern California Branch and Inland Geological Society (IGS) joint meeting in Riverside. The Sustainable Groundwater Management event will address how Southern California agencies in several different groundwater basins are working towards complying with the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).
Click here for further details and to RSVP.
Sept. 15, 2016
Amy Steinfeld will speak at the Hydrology and the Law Seminar in Santa Monica.
June 14, 2016
On June 14, Ryan Waterman will be a featured speaker at the State Bar of California’s “Sea Level Rise in San Diego: Managing a Changing Coast.”
June 6, 2016
Russell McGlothlin will present updates on groundwater rights and adjudication processes at Law Seminar International’s Sustainable Groundwater in California: The Mechanics and Implications of the SGMA on Water Resources, Land Use, Municipal and Agricultural Water Use.
May 14, 2016
Stephanie Hastings presented at California Building Industry Association’s 50th Select Conference on Industry Litigation (SCIL) in San Diego, CA.
May 5, 2016
Brownstein’s Water Group hosted their bi-annual pre-ACWA reception to 120 guests at Montrio Bistro in Monterey, CA.
April 26, 2016
On April 26th, Amy Steinfeld moderated a panel on “SGMA Battle Lines” at the American Ground Water Trust’s Groundwater Law Conference in Los Angeles, CA.
March 26, 2016
Russell McGlothlin presented water rights and SGMA to the Almond Board of CA Leadership Program on March 26.
June 2, 2015
Russ McGlothlin will speak at the Groundwater Resources Association of California’s Groundwater Sustainability Agency Formation: Solid Steps Forward for Boundary Determination, Legal Agreements and Public Participation in Sacramento.
June 15, 2015
Amy Steinfeld will speak at Argent Communications Group’s San Francisco 2015 California Water Law & Policy MCLE Conference; Water Supply, Regulation, and Policy in a Time of Ongoing Scarcity.
The American Ground Water Trust (AGWT) – Association of Ground Water Agencies (AGWA) in cooperation with Ground Water Association and California Ground Water Coalition will hold it’s Annual Conference on February 9, 2015
Brad Herrema will speak on the “Legal Framework of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.”
Register to attend at AGWA-AGWT.
Russ McGlothlin is participating in Stanford Law School’s Uncommon Dialogue being held Tuesday, January 27, 2015 on Stanford’s campus.
Stanford University’s Water in the West and The Nature Conservancy of California are convening this Uncommon Dialogue to bring together groundwater managers, county and state representatives, and water policy experts along with non-governmental organizations representing environmental, disadvantaged communities and other interests to discuss challenges in implementing the bill, and how best to meet those challenges. This workshop will also identify opportunities for collaboration in addressing many of the barriers in the formation of GSAs and implementation of GSPs, as well as potential solutions and areas for additional research.
On January 15, 2015 Diane De Felice and Amy Steinfeld will be presenting CEQA & Subdivision Map Seminars as part of ACEC California’s educational seminars series.
The California Building Industry Association’s Select Conference on Industry Litigation (SCIL) is taking place November 15-16 in San Diego.
Stephanie Osler Hastings will speak on the new Sustainable Groundwater Act.