Maria Pilar Hoye advises clients on land use, environmental, and regulatory issues associated with entitling, developing, remediating, and managing complex developments in California.
Ms. Hoye focuses her practice on obtaining land use entitlements and environmental approvals for major real estate and development projects in California. She advises clients involving planning and zoning regulations as well as related environmental issues, including state and federal land use and environmental laws. Ms. Hoye also advises on the evaluation of potential environmental liabilities, environmental regulatory compliance, and negotiation of environmental agreements for real estate and other business transactions.
Ms. Hoye is on the Board of Valley Industry Commerce Association and on the Board of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, and she previously served on the Board of PUENTE Learning Center.
Ms. Hoye formerly served as Chair of the Environment, Land & Resources Department in Latham’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. She is a former adjunct professor of Environmental Law at the University of Southern California Law School. She is a former member of Latham’s Training and Career Enhancement, Diversity, and Finance Committees.