PETER L. WALLIN, admitted to practice, 1968. Education: University of California - Berkeley, B.S., 1962; Boalt School of Law - Berkeley, J.D., 1967. Practice Emphasis: Municipal and Real Estate Law. Retired City Attorney for the City of Gardena. General Counsel to the Successor Agency of the City of La Verne and formerly General Counsel to the Successor Agency of the City of San Gabriel. Formerly City Attorney (2005 - 2007) and Redevelopment Agency Counsel (1976 - 2007) for the City of Rosemead and City Attorney and Agency Counsel for the City of Bell Gardens (1976 - 1992). Specialties include housing and real estate development (developer/agency representation); governmental acquisitions and eminent domain litigation.
ROBERT L. KRESS, admitted to practice, 1972. Education: University of California - Santa Barbara, B.A., 1969; University of California - Los Angeles, J.D., 1972. Practice Emphasis: Municipal law (City Attorney - City of San Gabriel, 1989 - 2017; City of La Verne, 1990 - Present; City Attorney, City of Rosemead, 1979 - 2005).
CARY S. REISMAN, admitted to practice, 1973. Education: University of Illinois - Champaign-Urbana, B.S., 1970; University of Illinois College of Law - Champaign-Urbana, J.D., 1973. Currently City Attorney and City Prosecutor for the City of Bradbury; Assistant City Attorney for the Cities of Gardena and La Verne; City Prosecutor for Bradbury and La Verne; Special Counsel for San Gabriel; Police Department Attorney for Gardena and La Verne. Have also represented the Cities of Los Alamitos, Maywood, Bell Gardens and Rosemead in various capacities, including City Attorney of Los Alamitos (2013 - 2017); City Attorney of Maywood (1982 - 1997, 2004 - 2006); Assistant City Attorney and City Prosecutor for several other cities. Practice Emphasis: Municipal law and Real Property law, including trial and appellate counseling and litigation (land use, criminal prosecutions, environmental, recycling, receiverships and personnel); Corporate and Litigation Counsel for non-profit housing providers (Personnel, Real property, landlord-tenant and relocation issues) and for a mutual water company.
LISA E. KRANITZ, admitted to practice, 1985. Education: College - UCLA, B.A., 1982; Law School - University of Southern California, J.D. 1985. Specializes in land use and CEQA matters for the public and private sectors - both counseling and litigation. Currently Assistant City Attorney for Cities of Gardena, La Verne and Bradbury. Have served as: General Counsel for The Center for Water Education (a non-profit, public benefit corporation subject to the Brown Act, Public Records Act and Political Reform Act) (2002 - 2008); City Attorney of Gardena (1995 - 2001); assistant city attorney and special counsel for a number of other cities throughout California.