Some of the region’s most successful businesses and developers and local public agengies entrusted by the public rely on Grid to provide the advice needed in the competitive world of land use, real estate and business. Our attorneys are trained at top law schools, large law firms, and public agencies and we have decades of experience in translating that training into effective representation. We stay atop of legal trends in land use and environmental matters and are are frequent speakers on emerging legal trends related to land use, real estate, and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). You benefit from streamlined, expert legal advice from experienced attorneys with a passion for the work we do for all our clients, big or small, to solve your problem, big or small.
Your matter is important and our attorneys can and will make it a priority; getting legal advice should not set back your project and responsiveness does not stop at answering the phone. Our attorneys provide straightforward, pracitical, and realistic advice supported by relevant details and focused analysis. Our goal is to provide responses that are easy to digest to help you identify legal risk and solutions to mitigate that risk.
Grid's attorneys have worked for and with our region’s cities, counties, and consultants focusing exclusively on land use, real estate, and environmental law. We bring our reputations, relationships, and focus on accountability and consensus-building to close your deal, complete your project, and solve your problem- big or small.
We are at the top of the learning curve on land use and real estate matters being frequent authors and speakers on these matters. Our firm does not have billable hour requirements; this means that we do not churn hours unnecessarily on your matters. This also means that our attorneys have time to stay on top of the latest land use and real estate trends to more effectively advise on your matter. This is all because our attorneys value the importance of community and are active members of the legal and business communities and chambers, while also giving back by volunteering throughout the county.