Adam Urah Lindgren Edit Profile
Columbia University (Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 1990). Georgetown University (Juris Doctor, 1993). Spoken languages: French.
Worked at McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen (San Francisco, California) specializing in General Practice. Admitted to the bar, 1995, California. Public Interest Law Scholar.
Author: "Impact fees and the Nollan/Dolan Test -- Ehrlich v. City of Culver City -- The California Supreme Court Decision," Urban Lawyer. Member: American Bar Association (Member, State and Local Government Law Section.
Co-Chair, Land Use Subcommittee on Exactions and Impact Fees). (Resident, Walnut Creek Office). Commercial litigation and business practice, including complex, securities and environmental litigation.
Environmental and natural resources. Healthcare; intellectual property. Biotechnology; antitrust and trade regulation.
Torts; product liability. Insurance; maritime; agribusiness. White-collar crime; appellate.
Corporate; banking; finance. Insolvency; real estate and land use. Construction; tax and employee benefits.
Labor and employment. International trade law. Estate planning and trusts.
Alternative dispute resolution.
Volunteer Glide Memorial Church Soup Kitchen, San Francisco, 1995-1997, Habitat for Humanity, Washington, 1992. Coordinator St. John the Divine, Riverside Church homeless shelter, New York City, 1987-1990. Member American Bar Association (former co-chair State and Local Government Law secretary, Exactions and Impact Fees subcommittee), California State Bar, League California Cities, City Attorney Department Ad Hoc Committee.
1993 - 1995
1995 - 1996
1995 - 1996