MCLE Self-Study Article: Is the Popularity of Short-Term Rentals Sustainable, or Will Regulations Weaken Their Current Stronghold?
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Whitney Hodges is a partner in Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP’s Real Estate, Land Use, and Environmental Law practice group. Her practice focuses on advising developers, investors, sellers, and public agencies in land use and environmental law. Whitney’s practice includes obtaining federal, state, and local agency approvals, defending litigation, and securing community and political support for complex development projects, including renewable energy facilities, urban infill, master planned communities, and other mixed-use, retail, industrial, and commercial projects. She is based out of the firm’s San Diego office.