On October 25, 2018, Ryan Zick was presented with the William J. Lasarow Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service to the Community. The award ceremony was held at the Roybal Federal Building and US Courthouse with remarks from Chief US Bankruptcy Judge Sheri Bluebond, Judges Vincent Zurzolo and Deborah Saltzman, and US District Court Judge…

    Article published in the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, co-authored by Ryan D. Zick, associate attorney.  The attached article is reprinted with permission of the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, originally published at 26 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev., 293 (2018). Read article here

Article published in the New Times San Luis Obispo referencing Todd Amspoker, eminent domain lawyer. “Housing Authority of SLO takes investors to court over ownership of affordable housing units for seniors” https://www.newtimesslo.com/sanluisobispo/housing-authority-of-slo-takes-investors-to-court-over-ownership-of-affordable-housing-units-for-seniors/Content?oid=4180348 (To view the article, please click the above link.)

  Ryan Zick has joined Price, Postel & Parma LLP as an associate attorney.  Mr. Zick’s practice involves general business litigation, real estate law, and insolvency issues.  Prior to joining PPP, Mr. Zick was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Peter H. Carroll, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Central District of California.  Mr….

After a lengthy and statewide search and interview process, the five-member Board which comprises the Watermaster for the Antelope Valley Groundwater Adjudication has selected Craig Parton of Price, Postel & Parma LLP as its General Counsel.  The Watermaster Board chose Mr. Parton out of list of some of the most prominent water law attorneys in…

By Todd A. Amspoker, Attorney—Price, Postel & Parma LLP In eminent domain cases it is common that there are both legal and factual issues that need to be decided. There is often controversy regarding the relative roles of the court and jury to make decisions on these issues. The basic rule – the jury decides…

On Saturday February 25, 2017, the preliminary rounds of the Santa Barbara County High School Mock Trial Competition took place at the Santa Barbara Courthouse. Christopher Haskell and Shannon DeNatale Boyd volunteered as scorers. The Mock Trial Competition is sponsored by the Constitutional Rights Foundation, and co-sponsored by the American Board of Trial Advocates and…

On February 21, 2017, Craig Parton spoke on the newly enacted Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (“SGMA”) at a conference in Bakersfield sponsored by the American Ground Water Trust. Mr. Parton’s specific topic was “Legal Precedents for Water Allocations in Adjudicated Basins.” Craig Parton has served as trial counsel in several groundwater basin adjudications in California….

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