Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
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About this office:
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard was established in 1959 with a focus on water and water-related resource law. Founders Stanley Kronick and Adolph Moskovitz first met in 1950 as staff attorneys for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, where they formulated a water allocation plan that reversed California's water policy and became the basis for the water and hydroelectric projects implemented by Governor Edmund G. Brown. The complexity of legal and governance issues related to water quickly led KMTG into other areas of public agency law, intensifying the firm's experience throughout the complicated network of regulatory agencies and at every level of the state and federal court systems, including the United States Supreme Court. As the firm's expertise expanded, the diversity of its client base grew. Today, KMTG attorneys collectively represent school and community college districts, water districts, cities, counties, local and state government agencies, special districts, joint powers authorities and joint powers insurance authorities, landowners, wineries, private individuals, small to mid-sized businesses and publicly traded companies.
Administrative Law; Appellate Practice; Banking Law; Business Law; Commercial Law; Commercial Real Estate; Constitutional Law; Construction Law; Contracts; Corporate Law; Education Law; Eminent Domain; Energy; Environmental Law; Government; Government Contracts; Insurance; Labor And Employment; Litigation; Municipal Law; Natural Resources; Public Finance; Real Estate; Redevelopment Law; Taxation; Water Law; Zoning Law; Planning Law; Land Use; Wills; Trusts and Estates.
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