Matthew Fogt

Matthew Fogt

Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP

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New Legislation (AB 802) To Replace Existing Energy Use Disclosure Law (AB 1103)

On Thursday, October 8, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 802 (AB 802). AB 802 creates a new energy use disclosure program for the State of California, and replaces the existing law, Assembly Bill 1103...more

10/26/2015 - Benchmarking California Energy Commission Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Energy Use Disclosure Requirements Governor Brown New Legislation Public Disclosure Ratings Real Estate Market Real Estate Transactions Utilities Sector

City Ordered to Refund $10.5 Million in Beach Parking Fees

On August 28, 2015, a California Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's judgment against the City of San Clemente (City) ordering the City to refund approximately $10.5 million in unexpended development impact fees...more

9/2/2015 - Homeowners Impact Fees Municipalities Parking Lots Refunds Residential Property Owners Statute of Limitations

California Energy Commission Considering Changes to Ongoing AB 1103 Energy Benchmarking and Disclosure Requirements

The California Energy Commission ("CEC"), which is charged with overseeing the implementation of the California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program ("AB 1103"), is considering changes to the ongoing program....more

4/28/2015 - California Energy Commission Energy Commissions Green Buildings

California Energy Commission delays AB 1103 Energy Benchmarking and Disclosure Requirements for 2 years for buildings between...

The California Energy Commission ("CEC") issued an Emergency Rulemaking Action to delay the implementation of the California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program ("AB 1103") relating to buildings between...more

8/27/2014 - Benchmarking Disclosure Requirements Energy Energy Policy Utilities Sector

Delayed AB 1103 Energy Benchmarking and Disclosure Requirements Set To Go Into Effect In January 2014

Following significant delays, the California Nonresidential Building Energy Use Disclosure Program is now slated to go into effect on January 1, 2014 for buildings over 10,000 square feet. An owner of a building subject to...more

11/27/2013 - Benchmarking Commercial Property Owners Compliance Energy Efficiency ENERGY STAR Program Energy Use Disclosure Requirements EPA

California Commercial Building Owners Must Disclose Energy Usage of the Building During Sale, Lease or Financing after July 1,...

Beginning, July 1, 2013, all California commercial buildings with a total gross floor area of more than 50,000 square feet are required to disclose the building's energy usage in advance of any sale, lease, or financing of...more

4/23/2013 - Commercial Real Estate Market Disclosure Requirements Documentation Energy Use Disclosure Requirements Leases Purchase Agreement

Energy Use Disclosure Requirements Go Into Effect for Owners of Nonresidential California Buildings

More than five years following the enactment of the governing legislation, the first phase of the Energy Use Disclosure Requirements will commence July 1, 2013. Assembly Bills 1103 and 531 require owners of nonresidential...more

2/20/2013 - Commercial Property Owners Disclosure Requirements ENERGY STAR Program Energy Use Disclosure Requirements Portfolio Managers

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