Beth Tenney graduated from UC-Berkeley School of Law (Boalt) in 1998 and was admitted to the California bar that same year. She holds a Master’s Degree in Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
For the past fifteen years, Ms. Tenney’s legal practice has focused on various areas of real property litigation. She has successfully litigated, and resolved through mediation, disputes concerning construction defects and contract disputes, real estate sales/disclosures, easements, trespass, partition, quiet title, eminent domain, the unauthorized cutting of trees, and land use. Ms. Tenney also represented a consortium of California cities and counties before the Public Utilities Commission on electricity rate-making issues.
While a partner with the McCracken, Byers & Haesloop law firm, Ms. Tenney successfully tried cases before the superior court and argued before the California Court of Appeal.
For the past decade, Ms. Tenney’s practice has focused on resolving construction defect litigation on behalf of property owners throughout Northern California.