The Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals published an article profiling Keller/Anderle’s “CLAY award” (California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year).  Excerpt from the article, “Writing the legal blueprint for cities as it relates to sober-living homes”:

“In defeating a lawsuit over Costa Mesa’s ordinance regarding sober-living homes, Keller/Anderle LLP attorneys argued the city was helping addicts by regulating businesses that sought to exploit them.  And by persuading jurors to uphold it, Jennifer L. Keller and Chase A. Scolnick wrote a legal blueprint for other cities faced with the same dangerous conditions that neighbors say plagued the homes in Costa Mesa.”