Kevin Randolph
Kevin Randolph limits his practice to complex transactions involving real estate, land use, redevelopment and public/private economic development projects.  He enjoys a statewide reputation earned following numerous successful projects involving the assembly, disposition and development of land for residential, commercial and governmental uses, including low and moderate income housing.
Mr. Randolph's roster of current and former clients include both public and private agencies.  He is currently lead outside real property counsel for the nation's largest community college district, whom he has assisted in multiple property acquisitions through voluntary purchases and through condemnation. 
Mr. Randolph has provided legal guidance in connection with many of California’s signature public/private development projects, including Fontana Empire Center, Meridian Business Park at March Air Reserve Base, and Ontario Town Square.  He currently represents the master redeveloper of the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station as well as a consortium of public and private interests involved in the creation of a mixed use conservation preserve in Riverside County.  Mr. Randolph provides clients with an uncommon insight into the concerns and objectives of the public sector, which he acquired through almost 20 years of representing public agencies prior to joining Gresham Savage.
A member of the California Receivers Forum, Mr. Randolph also serves as a court-appointed receiver under Health and Safety Code section 17980.7, bringing to bear his expertise in real estate transactional law as well as his experience with the practical issues inherent in rehabitation management, problem real estatemarketing, loan workouts and financial analysis.  He has served as receiver for the San Bernardino and Riverside County.
Mr. Randolph’s background and expertise make him a frequent and popular choice for seminars and lectures in professional and public forums.


Real Estate Law
Real Property Acquisition and Condemnation
Affordable Housing Law
Economic Development Law and Public-Private Partnerships

National, Regional and Local Operators and Developers

University of California, Riverside Extension - Environmental Law
California Redevelopment Association - Workout Strategies for Troubled Projects
California Redevelopment Association - The Powers and Tools of Redevelopment
California Redevelopment Association - Affordable Housing Law
League of California Cities - Redevelopment Fundamentals for Elected Officials

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, J.D., 1990, cum laude
Order of the Coif 
California State University, Pomona,California,B.S., 1982, magna cum laude

Supreme Court of the United States, 1999
Supreme Court of the State of California, 1990
United States Central District of California, 1991
United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit, 2005
United States District Court for the Southern District of California, 1992
United States District Court for the Northern District of California, 1993
United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 1991

American Bar Association, Member
California Receivers Forum
California Redevelopment Association

Contact Kevin Randolph

Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden, PC
550 E Hospitality Lane
Suite 300
San Bernardino, California  92408
Phone: (909) 723-1703
Fax: (909) 890-9877


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California

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