- Real Estate (Property) Law
- Land Use and Development Law
- Community Association Law
- Common Interest Community Law
- Continuing Care Communities
- Dispute Resolution
- Expert Witness Testimony
Stanford University, B.A., 1954
Stanford University, J.D., 1959
1960, California and U.S. Tax Court
Palo Alto and American (Member, Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section) Bar Associations; The State Bar of California (Member, Common Interest Subdivision Committee of the Real Property Law Section, 1980-1981); Home Builders Association of Northern California (Member, Department of Real Estate Committee, 1982—; Former Member, Board of Directors, South Bay Division); Department of Real Estate Homeowners Association Task Force; American College of Real Estate Lawyers; College of Community Associations Lawyers.
Captain, U.S. Army airborne retired
New York, N.Y., July 12, 1932
Author: "Subdivisions: Conditions Imposed by Local Government," Santa Clara Lawyer, Spring 1966, p. 172; "Compulsory Dedication of Subdivision Land May Be Illegal," California Builder, August 1964; "Youth and the Law," first published by Palo Alto Unified School District, July 1962; "Teenagers and the Law," Ginn and Company, 1967; Comment, "Protecting Builders' Rights," The Voice of the Home Building Industry, December 1964; "The Complete Layman's Guide to the Law," Prentice Hall, Spring 1974: "California Condominium Handbook," Bancroft-Whitney Company, Summer 1975; "Current Condominium Practice Problems," Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 3, p. 5136, Symposium, 1976; "California Condominium Handbook II, Law and Practice, Residential and Commercial Common Interest Development," Bancroft-Whitney, 1986; "Homeowners Associations: A How-To Guide For Leadership and Effective Participation," Hanna Press, 1999; "Fannie Mae Updates Her Guide for Condominiums and other Common Interest Developments," CEB Real Property Law Reporter, Vol. 16, No. 6, August 1993; California Common Interest Developments Law and Practice," West Group, 2007. Member, Board of Visitors, Stanford Law School, 1983-1986. Lecturer on Common Interest Subdivisions, CEB Continuing Legal Education, California State Bar, 1990. "Hanna and Van Atta on California Common Interest Developments" West Group, 2011.
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