April 2015

How the New California Supreme Court CEQA Ruling Hurts Smaller Projects

Globe St., a well known real estate industry website, recently interviewed Richard Schulman regarding the latest California Supreme Court case Berkeley Hillside Preservation v. City of Berkeley and its implications in California real estate development. Click here to read the full interview. Mr. Schulman is a partner at HechtSolberg who specializes in land use and […]

HechtSolberg Adds Two New Associates

HechtSolberg has hired two new associates, Sara Vakulskas and Talon Powers. Vakulskas is expected to play an active role in all of the firm’s practice areas, including land use, planning and entitlements and common interest developments. She is a member of the Lawyers Club of San Diego and the San Diego Building Industry Association’s y|GEN […]

Environmental Impact Reports More Likely For Small Projects

A recent California Supreme Court case, Berkeley Hillside Preservation v. City of Berkeley, was decided in early March and concerned when to require an environmental impact report for a type of project that does not usually harm the environment. Richard Schulman, a partner at HechtSolberg, wrote a commentary piece for the San Diego Daily Transcript […]