The attorneys of Remy Moose Manley, LLP, have extensive experience in environmental review and land use litigation, including but not limited to matters arising under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the California Planning and Zoning Law, the Subdivision Map Act, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the State and Federal Endangered Species Acts, and the Clean Water Act. We represent clients in both state and federal litigation, from the trial court level all the way up through the highest appellate courts. A complete list of the firm’s many reported cases can be found here.

In our view, a client receives the best service if the same team provides representation both during the administrative process and in litigation. During the administrative process, a client benefits by working with lawyers who understand, first hand, how to develop a record that will be defensible in the event of litigation. At the same time, during litigation, the client benefits by being represented by attorneys who understand the project inside and out by virtue of direct involvement during the administrative process. Thus, all of our lawyers know how to work with consultants and staff, and all of our lawyers know how to write legal briefs and argue a case.

We recognize that it is not always desirable or feasible to litigate a dispute all the way to a judicial resolution. Thus, in addition to our trial advocacy skills, our attorneys are also experienced in all forms of alternative dispute resolution.