You Messed with the Wrong Water Districts - May 12, 2016

State Board, Irrigation Districts Face Off In Sacramento
Tracy Press - March 25, 2016

Ceres Officials Protest Southern Boundary for Modesto's Measure I
Modesto Bee - October 16, 2015

New Turbulence in Water Dispute
Stockton Record - October 4, 2015

Water, Public Law Expert Joins Stockton Firm
Stockton Record - October 5, 2015

Superior Court Judge Faults State's Process of Curtailing Water Rights
Los Angeles Times - July 10, 2015

Farmers Prevail in Court - July 10, 2015

California Farmers May Defy Notice to Stop Irrigating
AP California News - June 25, 2015

Some Water Agencies in California Consider Defying State Cuts
SF Gate - June 25, 2015

Lawsuits Over California Water Rights Are A Fight a Century In the Making
Los Angeles Times - June 29, 2015

Decades-old Water Rights in California Halted Amid Drought
Miami Herald - June 13, 2015

California Struggles to Manage Water Rights in Drought
Sacramento Bee - July 1, 2014

California Drought Threatens Even Oldest Water Rights
May 13, 2015

Water Cuts Affect More California Farmers
Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette - June 15, 2015

More Angst As water Cuts Approach
More Angst As Water Cuts Approach

Stanislaus Will Take a Harder Look at Well Permit Applications
Merced Sun-Star - November 25, 2014

Judge Hears Arguments Against Supercenter Approval
The Ceres Courier - July 15, 2014

Student Loan Dischargeability in Bankruptcy
ACROSS THE BAR - 2nd Quarter 2014

State Officials Tell Junior Water Rights to Cease Diverting
RecordNet - May 31, 2014

Herum Crabtree to Merge with Suntag Law Firm
News Sentinel - February 6, 2014

Feds Must Pay $2.4M to California Water Users
Capital Press - March 12, 2013

California water providers clash with feds over breached contracts
Fresno Bee - January 4, 2013

On the move: Herum again named 'Super Lawyer'
Business Journal - July 22, 2012

S.J. Supes OK Solar Facility
RecordNet - October 17, 2012

San Joaquin County Supervisors Approve Solar Farm in Lockeford Area
Lodi News Sentinel - October 16, 2012

San Joaquin County General Plan Update Process
Herum \ Crabtree - September 28, 2012

Road to Harney Lane Hits Bump
Lodi News Sentinel - October 7, 2011

Port of Stockton Names New Legal Counsel
Stockton Record - May 4, 2011

Compensation Likely for Local Water Districts
Stockton Record - March 29, 2011

North San Joaquin Water Conservation District
Top Story - February 1, 2010

S.J.'s Marine Highway is Launched
Stockton Record - October 27, 2010

Court Brief: Stockton's Rights Defied
Stockton Record - September 8, 2010

Boxer Sails Into Port
Stockton Record - July 8, 2010

California News
Sacramento Bee - August 23, 2010

Rough & Ready for Workers: Port Takes Over Remaining 60 Acres from Navy
Stockton Record - August 17, 2010

Making Nice
Stockton Record - August 2, 2010

Peace Pact Signed
Stockton Record - August 3, 2010

Surprise Windfall for Health Care Providers: Leftover Lawsuit Funds go to Three Non-profits
Stockton Record - June 12, 2010

Prison Deal Awaits Approval
Stockton Record - June 8, 2010

With Prison Hospital, Stockton Learns How to Bargain
Stockton Record - June 9, 2010

Progress Slow on Settling Prison Medical Facility Issues
Business Journal - April 2010

Idea of Prison Leads to Lawsuit
Stockton Record - November 18, 2009

With State, Get it in Writing
Stockton Record - November 25, 2009

Prison Receiver Moves to Have Medical Suit Heard in Federal Court
Stockton Record - November 26, 2009

Once Again, Stockton gets the Shaft with Prison Hospital
Stockton Record - October 23, 2009

Site for Prison Hospital is Ok'd
Stockton Record - October 21, 2009

State Official Gets Earful on Planned Prison
Stockton Record - October 28, 2009

Feds Shorted Water Districts, Judge Decides in California Case
Capital Press - October 8, 2009

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Liable for Breach of New Melones Water Contracts Court Says
Earth Times - October 5, 2009

Court Orders Government to Pay for Water Losses
Contra Costa Times - October 2, 2009

Court Water Victory for San Joaquin
Stockton Record - October 1, 2009

Business Briefs
Lodi News-Sentinel - February 26, 2009

Local Attorney Makes Waves With Wal-Mart Greenbelt
Lodi News Sentinel - January 29, 2005

Wal-mart Supercenter Debate
Lodi News-Sentinel - December 11, 2008

Lodi Council Keeps Wal-mart Project Alive
Sacramento Bee - December 12, 2008

Lodi council to consider Wal-mart supercenter
Sacramento Bee - December 10, 2008

Chamber opposed to prison facility in Stockton
Stockton Record - November 11, 2008

Attorney appointed to editorial board
Stockton Record - September 15, 2008

District appeals water lawsuit
Stockton Record - November 03, 2008

Zoning designation could end 'greenbelt wars'
Stockton Record - February 27, 2007

Thinking Outside the Box: Will Wal-Mart's Troubles Bring Am Can Budget to a Halt?
Napa Valley Register - November 27, 2006

Appeals Court Hears Am Can Wal-Mart Case
Napa Valley Register - October 29, 2006

Leader of Lawyer's Group Chosen
Stockton Record - March 24, 2008

Group Trying to Join Suit Over Stockton Growth Plan
Stockton Record - March 21, 2008

Fees Squeeze
Tracy Press - March 8, 2008

Wal-mart Heading to Planning Commission After Months of Delay
North County Times - February 2, 2008

Wal-Mart Work Still on Hold, Judge Says: Latest Skirmish Over Am Can Supercenter Favors Big Fox Foes
Napa Valley Register - March 20, 2007

Ione, Developer Make Peace
Stockton Record - February 6, 1999

Price-Fix Lawsuit Settled: Lodi Beverage Maker Among Firms Benefiting

Bad Roofs Draw Lawsuit: Stockton Homeowner's Complaint Leads to Class Action

Water Suit Can Go Forward

Clovis County Delays Ruling on Walmart Project

Athena Award 2004

Stockton Attorney Honored by Statewide Group

Judge OKs Adalat Settlement

Walmart Ready to Try Lodi Again

Gale Norton Addresses State's Water Issues

Lawsuit Pays Off

Wal-Mart Project Hits Legal Roadblock

Boxer Fears Program Overhaul-Democrat Also Backs Port-Access Funding

Court Grants Preliminary Approval To $75 Million Settlement In American Cemwood Roofing Shakes Class Action

Settlement Worth $107M

Growth Foes Fight Water Sale

Delta Wetlands Project Sets Stage for Suit

Ripon Wins Legal Battle Over Price of Property

Stockton Lawyer Herum Joins Port Commission

Ripon’s Water Gets Two Boosts

Role Of Sematech Challenged: California Company Accuses Nonprofit Austin Consortium of Monopolizing Wafer Market

The Battle Between Sovereign Immunity and State Law Natural Resources & Environment

Stocktonian's Case Now A Class Action: Wood Sealer Allegedly Promotes Mildew Growth

Weyerhaeuser To Pay Out $105M For Faulty Roof Tiles

Women Sue San Joaquin Medical Society: Couple Accused of Sexual Harassment

Project's Demise Would Raise Energy Costs, Lawyers Argue

Lodi Gas Storage Plan Drives Wedge Between Neighbors

Someone Spinning A Fish Tale?

Settlement In Stockton - Spawned Lawsuit

Getting Ahead - Jennifer Scott

Getting Ahead - Karna E. Harrigfeld

City Won't Appeal Wal-Mart Ruling

Bigger Isn't Always Better

Officials Work to Keep Mokelumne River Water Rights

Wal-Mart Plans Argued in Hearing

District 5 Rep Revs Up
California Young Lawyers Association - May 2008

Order Approves $40 Million in Attorney's Fees

Delivery Drivers Sue Over Work Status at Company

Lawyer Reassigned to Water Group

Spanos Plan Raises Questions

Plan to Bring USS Iowa to Stockton is Sinking

Walnut Orchard May Face Steamroller: Water District Seeks New Road Through

Council OKs Time for Greenbelt Plan

It's Lodi's Move in Tussle on Wal-Mart

Retail Giant Backs Off

Lodi's Analysis Deemed Defective

Growth Foes Fight Water Sale