Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP Expands Eminent Domain Practice with Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero

Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP is pleased to announce that Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero has joined the firm’s Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation practice group as a partner.  Brenda has represented public entities on complex eminent domain and inverse condemnation matters for more than 25 years and has assisted clients with large, complex multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects requiring hundreds of acquisitions, as well as smaller scale projects throughout California for a variety of clients.  Prior to joining Burke, Brenda served as chair of a statewide eminent domain and inverse condemnation practice group at her prior law firm.  She is based in Burke’s Oakland office.  Burke managing partner John J. Welsh noted that Brenda “is a highly accomplished practitioner who will significantly add to the established and steadily increasing role Burke has in eminent domain and inverse condemnation law matters throughout California.”

Brenda joins a robust bench of Burke Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation attorneys, which includes: Alan A. Sozio (Los Angeles), J. Leah Castella (Oakland), Benjamin L. Stock (Marin County), Kevin D. Siegel (San Francisco), Nicholas J. Muscolino (Oakland), Chad W. Herrington (Orange County), Nora E. Wetzel (San Francisco), Kara L. DiBiasio (San Francisco), Kristen S. Steinke (San Diego), Carrie A. Raven (Inland Empire), Megan A. Burke (Oakland), Stephen A. McEwen (Orange County), Brian A. Pierik (Los Angeles), Joseph P. Buchman (Los Angeles) and Mark J. Mulkerin (Orange County).

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