Neumiller & Beardslee
A Professional Corporation
San Joaquin Co.,
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509 West Weber Avenue, Waterfront Office Tower II, 5th Floor, P.O. Box 20
(San Joaquin Co.)
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Office Hours:Monday: 08:30 AM-05:15 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:15 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:15 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:15 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:15 PM
About this office:
Neumiller & Beardslee, founded in 1903, has been instrumental in the major events which have shaped the region's economy, such as fighting to bring the Western Pacific Railroad (now Union Pacific) to the region, the construction and filling of the New Melones Dam, and the construction of Stockton's municipal water treatment plant. Neumiller & Beardslee has continued its dedication to the community, representing many of the largest businesses and institutions in the area, as well as serving the needs of its individual clients.
Neumiller & Beardslee is the largest comprehensive service law firm in Stockton and the surrounding region. The firm has a diverse, dynamic, and growing practice that includes the areas of real estate, land use, water law, environmental law, community association law, employment law, health care law, intellectual property and information technology law, litigation, public agency law, transportation law, business law, tax, public and private financings and probate, and estate planning.
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Civil Practice; Litigation; Federal Practice; Real Property; Condominium Law; Land Use; Natural Resources; Environmental Law; Water Law; Water Rights; Mining Law; Agricultural Law; Corporate Law; Partnership Law; Business Planning; Securities; Creditors' Rights In Bankruptcy; Taxation; Employee Benefits; Insurance; Administrative Law; Health Care; Governmental Law; Legislative Practice; Transportation; Trusts; Estate Planning; Probate; Municipal Law.; Environmental Compliance; Real Estate Acquisitions; Leasing; Banking Law; Commercial Loans; Commercial Litigation; Bankruptcy; Bank Collections; Collections; Commercial Collections; Corporate Governance; Workouts; Commercial Workouts; Loan Workouts; Creditor Bankruptcy; Foreclosures; Receivership; Bankruptcy Trustees Rights; Secured Creditors Rights; Corporate Partnerships; Limited Liability Company Law; Joint Ventures; Mergers and Acquisitions; Securities Law; Corporate Reorganization; Corporate Dissolutions; Nonprofit Corporations; Church Law; Corporate Organization; Community Association Law; Construction Law; Construction Contracts; Architectural Law; Mechanics Liens; Construction and Design Law; Contractor Performance Bonds; Eminent Domain; Inverse Condemnation; Labor and Employment; Employment Law; Wrongful Termination; Employee Privacy; Employer Rights; Age Discrimination in Employment; Americans With Disabilities Act; Caregiver Discrimination; Employee Rights; Employment Disability Discrimination; Employment Discrimination; National Origin Discrimination; Pregnancy Discrimination; Sexual Harassment; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Fair Employment Practices; Natural Gas; Energy; Wind Energy; Hydroelectricity; Oil and Gas Law; California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); Environmental Permitting; Hazardous Waste; Solid Waste Disposal; Air Quality; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Superfund; Clean Air Act; Clean Water Act.
Year Established: 1903
COUNSEL FOR: American Modular Systems; American Scissor Lift; Bank of Stockton; Bank of the West; Brown-Sand, Inc. (sand and gravel); Barton Ranch (agriculture); Basic Resources; Bellato Engineers, Inc. (design & construction of food processing facilities & equipment); Bridgewater Owners Association; Brookside Classics Owners' , Golf Community, Lake Community & Master Associations; Roman Catholic Bishop of Stockton; Cochran Properties; Community Banks of Northern California; Community Bank of San Joaquin; Compass Bank; Delicato Vineyards (winery and vineyards); San Bernabe Vineyards; C.B. Merchant Services (credit reporting); Diablo Grande Residential Association; Dignity Health; Eckert Cold Storage (food processor); Gary Farrar (Panal Bankruptcy Trustee); Fort Sutter Company; Gnekow Family Winery, LLC., GreenWing Energy, Inc. (wind energy); Hillside Vineyard, LLC; Holt of California (heavy equipment); Kamps Propane (fuel distribution); John C. Kelley Ranches; Lodi Gas, Inc. (gas storage); M.J. Hall & Company, Inc., Mepco Label Systems, Inc.; Mohr-Fry Ranches (farming); Eric J. Nims, Chapter 7 Trustee; O'Connor Woods (housing and assisted living for seniors); Ron Nunn Farms and Enterprises (row crops, farming, oil and gas exploration, real estate development, commercial nursery); Paulson Supply; Petz Enterprises, Inc. (software and electronic funds transfers and tax returns); Rabobank, N.A.; R-Ranch Property Owners' Association; RBI Financial Group; Saavy Real Estate Capital; Santa Fe Aggregates, Inc. (sand and gravel); Sierra Pacific Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA); St. James Lutheran Church; St. Paulus Evangelical Lutheran Church; Surebuilt, Inc.; Sutter Gould Medical Foundation; Teichert Aggregate (sand and gravel); The PAM Companies; Tracy Material Recovery and Solid Waste Transfer, Inc. (recycling and waste collection); Tracy/San Joaquin Certified Development Corporation; Ukiah Broadcasting Corporation (radio broadcasting); LLC.; Utility Telephone, Inc.; Western Star Nurseries, LLC.
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS: A.G. Spanos Construction, Inc.; Cranbrook Group, Inc.; Garibaldi Company; Nylen Properties Corporation; The Grupe Companies; Raymus Homes, Inc.; Regent Development, Inc.; St. James Properties; SCM Construction Management Services, Inc.; SCM Homes (developer and home builder); Surland Companies, LLC.
PUBLIC AGENCIES: Bear Valley Water District; City of Galt (Mello-Roos Foreclosures); City of Hughson; City of Stockton (Special Counsel); County of Stanislaus (Special Counsel, Eminent Domain); Town of Discovery Bay; Eastside, Tuxedo-Country Club & Lincoln Rural Fire Protection Districts; John C. Fremont Health Care District; Local Agency Formation Commission of San Joaquin County; Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority; Mountain House Community Services District; Reclamation Districts 403, 773,799,1608,1614, 2063, 2064, 2091, 2115, 2126 and 2143; Rock Creek Water District; San Andreas Sanitary District; San Joaquin Council of Governments (Regional Transportation Planning); San Joaquin County (Special Counsel, Water); San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (Passenger Rail Service); Stanislaus Council of Governments (Regional Transportation Planning); Stanislaus County (Special Counsel, Eminent Domain); Wallace Community Services District.