Taiga Takahashi provides legal counsel regarding administrative law and regulatory compliance issues, in both litigation and transactional matters.
Mr. Takahashi represents clients in a range of business sectors, including renewable energy, conventional power, commercial products, real estate development, and agriculture, in both the transactional and litigation contexts, with a focus on administrative law and regulatory compliance issues.
Mr. Takahashi is one of the primary coordinators for the firm’s partnership with the National Veterans Legal Services Program, which recognized the firm as its 2016 Pro Bono Partner of the Year. Mr. Takahashi is also actively involved in other veterans’ advocacy work with the American Civil Liberties Union and was recognized by the ACLU with an Immigrant Justice Award in 2018, by The Daily Journal as a California Lawyer of the Year in 2017, and by the National Law Journal on its Pro Bono Hot List.
During law school, Mr. Takahashi clerked at the Environmental Enforcement Section of the US Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division, and at the California Regional Office of Earthjustice. He also served on the editorial board for the California Law Review. Prior to attending law school, he served in the United States Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer and obtained a master’s degree in international relations, with a specialization in statistical analysis.