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Senior Partner

Coast Law Group LLP
169 Saxony Road Suite 204
Encinitas , California 92024
United States

Company Description: Coast Law Group LLP was founded on the principle that the business and environmental communities deserve attorneys who are aggressive and professional, while also...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Juris Doctor degree
    USC School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts degree , Political Science
    University of Southern California
  • Bachelor's of Arts degree , Political Science
    University of Southern California
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Staff - Coast Law Group LLP
www.coastlawgroup.com, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Oahu's Keep the North Shore Country Files Suit against the Turtle Bay Resort's Expansion Plan Note: CLG attorney Rory Wicks is lead counsel for Keep the North Shore Country in this litigation _________________________________ RELEASE... Mizu, Inc.
Rory Wicks - Coast Law Group LLP
www.coastlawgroup.com, 27 Mar 2014 [cached]
Rory Wicks
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Rory Wicks
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Rory Wicks, a cofounder who is currently Of Counsel to Coast Law Group LLP, head up the firm's Appellate practice area and assists with the firm's Business Litigation practice area. Rory is a seasoned litigator who is well known throughout San Diego and the California legal communities as providing winning yet cost effective counsel and legal representation for his clients. Rory has an impressive record of service to his clients, the public and the legal profession.
Rory received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1974 from the University of Southern California (Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude) and his Juris Doctor degree in 1978 from the USC School of Law (Moot Court Honors).
Rory has litigated and tried civil cases in the Federal and State trial and appellate courts for 33 years.
Rory has been awarded the highest professional and ethical rating (AV) by Martindale-Hubbell.
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Rory is a recognized expert in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including business litigation, partnership and corporate disputes, labor and employment, contracts, commercial law, land use and real estate, elections, construction and environmental litigation (NEPA, CEQA, HEPA, Clean Water Act, California Coastal Act, CERCLA and RCRA).
Rory has tried 21 civil cases to verdict, including jury verdicts involving employment, business disputes, partnerships, land use and the environment.
Rory has decades of experience in arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
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Rory is a respected member of the San Diego and legal communities and has received well-deserved recognition including the following:
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Rory grew up in the Los Angeles South Bay; and lives in the Sunset Cliffs area of Point Loma, San Diego. When not working on your matter, Rory would like to be found surfing the numerous reef breaks of San Diego County. Rory is a proud member of the Sunset Cliffs Surfing Association and the Surfrider Foundation. Rory has had the good luck to merge his lifetime love of surfing with his legal profession in litigating cases over the Tijuana Sloughs, the beaches of the City of San Diego, Trestles, Rincon and Oahu's North Shore.
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Battle over breast cancer bracelets is going to U.S. Supreme Court Note: Coast Law Group, LLP attorneys represent the Keep-A-Breast Foundation, and attorney Rory Wicks wrote the Amicus "Friend of the Court" brief on behalf...
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www.coastlawgroup.com, 1 Dec 2000 [cached]
San Diego beachgoers can now ``look forward to someone protecting them,'' said Rory Wicks, a lawyer for the Surfrider Foundation. ``So far this outfall has been monitored by the people who own it.''
The U.S. section of the IBWC is committed to complying with water quality standards, said commissioner John Bernal. ``We are pleased that we have reached a proposed agreement ... to provide secondary treatment,'' he said.
SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Metro -- U.S. settles suit, will pay $2 million for ocean sewage studies at border
www.uniontrib.com, 19 Dec 2001 [cached]
"The studies the government will now do as part of this settlement are what they should have done in the first place," said Rory Wicks, a Surfrider Foundation attorney."Two hundred million dollars has been spent (on sewage facilities) and the beaches are still closed."
The commission's plant, which treats sewage from Mexico, has been in constant violation of its state permit and the federal Clean Water Act since the South Bay ocean outfall pipe became operational in January 1999.
The outfall discharges treated sewage, or effluent, approximately 31/2 miles offshore of Imperial Beach.The problem is that the effluent doesn't meet state or federal standards and contains contaminants that could harm humans and marine life.
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"In building the border sewage plant and the South Bay outfall, the federal government assumed the source of bacteria was the Tijuana River," Wicks said."Then they were surprised when the beaches continued to be closed from high bacteria after the outfall came on line."
Surfrider sued to force the government to upgrade to secondary treatment and to have independent ocean monitoring to ensure the effluent isn't harming kelp beds or reaching South Bay beaches.
Under the settlement, only the latter is required.However, the state recently filed its own lawsuit to compel the federal government to upgrade to secondary treatment, a process that removes more bacteria and solids than the current primary treatment level.
Keep the North Shore Country - News
keepthenorthshorecountry.org [cached]
We have retained Rory Wicks of the Coast Law Group to provide issue and environmental law expertise. In 2010, Rory successfully argued our case before the Hawaii Supreme Court, which ruled that the Turtle Bay Resort expansion does require a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement.
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and to partner with Rory.
Phil, Rory and their staffs will help us review our options and consider appropriate next steps.
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We were honored by the presence of Rory Wicks, from Coast Law Group, and Tom Brohard, our traffic expert, both visiting from California.
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We are very pleased with the fantastic representation before the Hawaii Supreme Court by Rory Wicks, our lead counsel from Coast Law Group LLP. He was extremely knowledgable on the facts of the case and all aspects of environmental law, and he was very compelling in presenting the reasons why the Turtle Bay Resort Expansion Plan is THE CLASSIC CASE FOR A SUPLEMENTAL EIS.
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