Gregory C. Gatto

Gregory C. Gatto
Sacramento, CA

About Greg

Greg Gatto is a partner in the firm’s Tahoe office. He focuses his practice on land use, natural resources, environmental, real estate and agricultural law.

Previously, Greg was an associate at Morrison & Foerster LLP (2005-2006); an associate at Stoel Rives LLP (2003-2005); a law clerk at Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP (2002); a law clerk at Stoel Rives LLP (2002); and a law clerk at the California Department of Food and Agriculture (2001-2002).

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  • Provide CEQA and permitting advice for numerous development interests in residential, commercial and industrial matters.
  • Provide land use and permitting due diligence and advice for development of major wind energy facilities throughout California.
  • Represent business owners, developers and public agencies in CEQA and land use litigation.
  • Represent business owners and developers in real estate and commercial litigation in California and Nevada.
  • Represent landlords and tenants in commercial and residential lease, purchase, and sale negotiation and drafting.
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Honors & Activities

  • Listed among Rising Stars (Land Use/Zoning), Northern California Super Lawyers®, 2012-2013
  • Boalt Hall Prosser Prize in International Law
  • Named a U.C. Davis “Outstanding Senior,” 1999
  • Member, State Bar of California, Environmental Law and Real Property Law Sections
  • Member, American Agricultural Law Association
  • Member, Tahoe-Truckee Bar Association
  • Member, State Bar of Nevada
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • Moderator, “CEQA Update 2008,” 2008 Environmental Law Conference, Yosemite, California
  • “Law of Wind© Focus: California” (coauthor), 2004
  • “Developers and Environmental Groups Adopt Novel Approach For Settling Land Use Disputes,” Fall 2004
  • “Avian Mortality and Wind Turbines,” Summer 2004
  • “Federal Court Imposes Stream Buffers For Pesticide Use” (coauthor), Spring 2004
  • “To Preserve or Not To Preserve: Court Says Agricultural Easements Are Not Mitigation,” Winter 2003

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