Sheri L. Bonstelle

Environmental, Government and Land Use

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter Spring 2011

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter / Spring 2011 In the Spring 2011 edition of the JMBM Development Rights Newsletter, you will find the following articles: Eldercare Crisis Looming Ben Reznik discusses the need for eldercare facilities in residential areas, and whether cities and neighborhoods will include them. “In the past few years we have seen several […]

Land Use

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter Fall 2010

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter / Fall 2010 In the Fall 2010 edition of the JMBM Development Rights Newsletter, you will find the following articles: Ben Reznik Selected as One of California’s "Top 100" Lawyers Ben Reznik, partner and chairman of the Government, Land Use, Environment & Energy (GLUEE) Department at Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell […]

Environmental, Government, Land Use and Real Estate

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter Spring 2010

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter/Spring 2010 In the Spring 2010 edition of our Development Rights Newsletter, you will find the following articles: Affordable Housing Mandates Must Comply with State Law Benjamin M. Reznik discusses the opportunities related to the development of affordable housing in light of recent cases overturning local mandatory statutes. Read more UPDATE: Hollywood […]

Environmental, Government and Land Use

JMBM Development Rights Winter 2010

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter / Winter 2010 In the Winter 2010 edition of the JMBM Development Rights newsletter, you will find the following articles: West Hollywood Moratorium Struck Down by Court of Appeal: JMBM Lawyers Prevail Benjamin M. Reznik announces that the Second District Court of Appeal of California has determined that the City of […]

Land Use

JMBM Development Rights Summer 2009

JMBM Development Rights Newsletter/Summer 2009 In the Summer 2009 edition of the JMBM Development Rights Newsletter, you will find the following articles: Density Bonus Under Attack by CitiesBenjamin M. Reznik reports that some cities have removed incentives created for encouraging the development of affordable housing, skirting the requirements of California’s density bonus law. JMBM has […]