Practice Areas

Focus
Building on our core representations of agriculture, electric power, natural gas, and water sector clients, The Brenda Davis Law Group offers a comprehensive suite of federal law and policy services in the inter-related areas of energy, environment, natural resources, and infrastructure. Click on a topic below for further details!

Bay Delta Updates - The Delta is critical to this state and to Californias farmers and ranchers, said Calif. Dept of Food and Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross. We need to determine the best options for all stakeholders while maintaining coequal goals for the Delta.

Cases Representative Cases - Brenda W. Davis & The Brenda Davis Law Group have litigated extensively in Federal District and Appeallate Courts as well as in California State Court

Environmental Case Law - On June 4, 2010 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in Arizona Cattle Growers Assoc. v. Ken Salzaar, et al. regarding the 8.6 million acre critical habitat designation (CHD) for the Mexican spotted owl.

ESA Compliance - We counsel clients on ESA issues pertaining to project planning, development, and regulatory compliance.

Open Government - The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a law that gives you the right to access information from the federal government. It is often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about their government.

Seminar Materials - Materials provided by Brenda Davis for a variety of educational events held throughout the year.

Water News and Allocations - Delta Protection Commission releases draft of Economic Sustainability Plan news, EPA Publishes Draft Guidance on Identifying Waters Protected by the Clean Water Act, New Proposed Regulation by the EPA on National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Cooling Water.

Water Rights - Brenda Davis regularly works with clients to ensure that operations are in compliance with applicable requirements, to obtain necessary permits and approvals from state or federal agencies, to identify potential problems . . .