Trevor Buhr’s practice includes both litigation and transactional matters on behalf of public entities and private clients. He specializes in general civil litigation and municipal code enforcement. His transactional experience includes drafting service agreements with private contractors on behalf of local municipalities.
He counsels various public agencies on the interpretation and implementation of state and federal laws, including the Public Records Act. He also advises and drafts local ordinances and resolutions on behalf of local agencies.
Trevor graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was a member of the Georgia Law Review and participated in the Child Endangerment and Sexual Abuse Clinic and Appellate Litigation Clinic. He also gained experience as an intern in the Georgia Attorney General’s office and worked as a Summer Associate with Rutan & Tucker, LLP before joining the firm as an Associate Attorney.
Representative Administrative Matters
- Advise public agencies on Public Records Act compliance issues.
- Counsel city staff on retention schedules concerning public records for consistency with California Law.
- Advised police department obligations and duties pursuant to the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act.
Representative Litigation Matters
- Represented city client against Equal Protection claim.
- Represented city client against claim for attorney’s fees.