Jeff's practice focuses on regulatory compliance, particularly for products.
Jeff assists clients in regulatory compliance across a range of topics from product stewardship, recycling and waste analysis, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, green marketing, and due diligence and reporting requirements in California, across the United States, and internationally. His regulatory work involves tracking regulatory and legislative changes nationwide to assist clients in actively engaging in regulatory and rulemaking processes. Jeff works closely in advising clients on breaking topics in product sustainability, including right-to-repair legislation compliance and recycled content standard requirements.
Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Jeff was the Acquisition Project Manager at the Marin Agricultural Land Trust. In this role, he drafted, negotiated, and closed agricultural conservation easements with landowners, managed state and federal grant applications, and participated in public comment on relevant state and federal legislation. Before that, he was an Associate in the Real Estate practice of an AmLaw 100 law firm.
While completing his J.D. at the University of California Berkeley School of Law, Jeff was the Managing Editor of the Ecology Law Quarterly and a research assistant on California land use issues.
- George Washington University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2014)
- International Affairs & Environmental Studies, Minor in History
- University of California - Berkeley (J.D., 2019)
Clare, Jeff. "Because Housing Is What? Fundamental. California’s RHNA System as a Tool for Equitable Housing Growth." Ecology Law Quarterly, 2019, Vol. 46:373, pp. 373-414.
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- Portuguese (high proficiency)