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  • Channel Law Group won a major environmental victory in Bakersfield. CLG represented the Citizens Against the 24th Street Widening Project against the City of Bakersfield and CalTrans, who challenged a proposed transportation project on CEQA grounds that would have destroyed 23 historic homes. The City and CalTrans will now be required to do an additional environmental review.

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  • Parking Revolt -- With Legal Teeth -- In Alamitos Beach, Brushes Back City Hall On Developer-Friendly Thin Parking Requirements In Council's 2012 "Downtown Plan". Read more




  • Let’s Buy A Mountain - Channel Law Group's attorneys are active in the community. Jamie Hall is the President of his neighborhood association and recently launched a project to preserve 17 acres of open space. Read more in the LA Times.



  • Channel Law Group is representing a group of residents who have challenged a condominium project alleging the project does not comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. The project would necessitate the demolition of apartment buildings that were constructed in the 1930s by one of the first female architects in Los Angeles! Interestingly, the apartment buildings scheduled for demolition are partly in the City of Beverly Hills and partly in the City of Los Angeles. You could wake up in Beverly Hills and walk to your kitchen for coffee and be in Los Angeles. So strange… 
    Read more in the Beverly Hills Courier.




  • Channel Law's Jamie Hall joins AGL's Business Roundtable. Read more







  • Jamie Hall has been named a Distinguished Alumni. Read more.






  • Channel Law Group attorney Jamie T. Hall named as a "Person to Watch" by the Bakersfield Californian, Read more.








  • Channel Law Group is currently challenging the City of Ventura's approval of a parking garage - arguing that the City failed to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act. Learn more







  • In 2014, Channel Law Group represented EnrichLA, a local non-profit, who was fighting to save a historic bridge crossing the LA River. Enrich LA wanted to turn the steel bridge into a garden and park. See LA Times article.








  • In a major victory, Kern County's "Measure G" was invalidated for non-compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. Petitioners were represented in the action by Channel Law Group partners Jamie T. Hall and Julian Quattlebaum. Read more






  • Charles McLurkin, Partner at Channel Law Group, is a respected criminal law attorney as well. Read LA Times article



  • Jamie T. Hall of Channel Law Group represented a group of residents before the West LA Area Planning Commission on May 6, 2015. The residents had appealed the issuance of a Lot Line Adjustment for 10220 Scenario Lane on the grounds that the City did not conduct the required environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act. 

In a rare victory, the commissioners decided to uphold the appeal and withdrew the Lot Line Adjustment. The developer was represented by noted land use attorney Ben Reznik.


Staff stated at the hearing that granting the residents' appeal would be the first time in their memory that this had been done. The commissioners retorted by saying that “ perhaps it’s time this was addressed.”

The agenda can be accessed here.


The audio of the hearing can be accessed here.


  • Jamie T. Hall, a partner of Channel Law Group, presented at the legal conference entitled "Deployment of Local Wireless Facilities.". Read more


  • In 2013, Jamie Hall represented SBA Communications in a case in Utah that was adjudicated by the Utah Property Rights Ombudsman. Advisory Opinion No. 125 was issued in favor of SBA, stating that a a collocation of equipment on a legal non-conforming wireless tower must be approved under the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012. View the opinion here


  • Channel Law Group is one of a handful of firms in the nation with specialized legal experience in wireless telecommunications law. In 2011, Jamie Hall represented ExteNet System in Marin County to secure approval of two facilities in Lucas Valley, an area that traditionally had very poor wireless service. Read more


  • Channel Law Group is representing the First Free Will Baptist Church of Bakersfield in their lawsuit against the California High Speed Rail Authority. The Church alleges that the proposed High-Speed Rail, which would run directly behind the school, was not adequately reviewed under the California Environmental Quality Act. The petition may be accessed here.




Phone: (310) 347-0050 
Fax: (323) 723-3960​

8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 750 

Beverly Hills, CA 90211 

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Julian K. Quattlebaum, III

(310) 480-7441


Jamie T. Hall

(310) 982-1760


Charles J. McLurkin

(310) 984-1741

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