Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law is a Redlands, California-based real estate law practice.
Michael Reiter's real estate and real property law practice focuses on helping clients with their real estate law needs.
Trespass, Nuisance and Real Property Torts
Nuisance, including noise and odors
Nuisance Per Se
Easements and boundary disputes
Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation
Contracts and Agreements
Zoning and land use
Boards of Appeal, City Councils
Dealing with City Attorney's Offices
Unraveling Red Tape
Michael Reiter has almost thirteen years of experience as a lawyer. After receiving an A.B. from the University of California, Berkeley and a Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law, Michael Reiter moved to Southern California's Inland Empire in 1998.
Michael Reiter worked as an attorney for Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino for more than a year. Michael Reiter's work at the Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino included defending clients in unlawful detainer cases.
In 2001, Michael Reiter became a Deputy City Attorney for the City of San Bernardino. At the City of San Bernardino, Mr. Reiter prosecuted violations of the San Bernardino Municipal Code and adopted codes. Mr. Reiter co-advised the City of San Bernardino's Code Enforcement Department, including regarding citations, administrative warrants, and administrative hearings. Mr. Reiter handled a variety of civil cases on behalf of the City of San Bernardino. Mr. Reiter defended the City of San Bernardino from claims of Dangerous Conditions of Public Property involving tree branch drops, upraised sidewalks, and potholes. Mr. Reiter defended City of San Bernardino employees in motor vehicle cases, including from such departments and divisions as the San Bernardino Police Departmen and Animal Control. Mr. Reiter defended San Bernardino Police Officers from claims of civil rights violations under 42 United States Code section 1983, including allegations of excessive force and violations of the 4th Amendment (search warrants and probable cause). Michael Reiter also advised the Telecommunications Division regarding telecommunications law. Mr. Reiter also defended the City in actions such as petitions to quiet title, eminent domain, and other real property matters. Michael Reiter also gave advice on municipal law issues such as the Brown Act, the Political Reform Act, and the California Public Records Act.
Michael Reiter became the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Redlands in 2006. MichaelReiter acted as City Attorney in the absence of the City Attorney. Mr. Reiter gave City of Redlands' employees and departments advice on public works contracts, telecommunications law, land use, and other aspects of municipal law. Michael Reiter defended the City in lawsuits including dangerous conditions of public property, motor vehicle accidents, and alleged civil rights violations. Michael Reiter also prosecuted violations of the Redlands Municipal Code, including at administrative hearings and in San Bernardino Superior Court. Michael Reiter drafted agreements and municipal ordinances and resolutions.
Today, Michael Reiter is a Redlands-based attorney helping clients with needs in real estate law, including code enforcement, and other areas of the law including personal injury, municipal law, small business law and real estate law.
San Bernardino County:
Incorporated Cities and Towns:
City of Adelanto, Town of Apple Valley, City of Barstow, City of Big Bear Lake, City of Chino, City of Chino Hills, City of Colton, City of Fontana, City of Grand Terrace, City of Hesperia, City of Highland, City of Loma Linda, City of Montclair, City of Ontario, City of Rancho Cucamonga, City of Redlands, City of Rialto, City of San Bernardino, City of Twentynine Palms, City of Upland, City of Victorville, City of Yucaipa, and Town of Yucca Valley
County of San Bernardino and unincorporated areas:
Amboy, Angelus Oaks, Baker, Baldwin Lake, Big Bear City, Big River, Bloomington, Bluewater, Cadiz, Cedar Glen, Crafton, Crestline, Daggett, Devore, Devore Heights, Earp, Forest Falls, Fort Irwin, Goffs, Helendale, Hinkley, Hodge, Joshua Tree, Johnson Valley, Kingston, Kramer Junction, Lake Arrowhead, Landers, Lenwood, Lucerne Valley, Lytle Creek, Mentone, Morongo Valley, Mount Baldy Village, Mountain View Acres, Muscoy, Nebo Center, Newberry Springs, Nipton, Oak Glen, Oak Hills, Oro Grande, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Red Mountain, Running Springs, Rice, Rimforest, San Antonio Heights, Skyforest, Sugarloaf, Searles Valley, Trona, Twin Peaks, Valley of Enchantment, Wonder Valley, Wrightwood, and Yermo.
Incorporated Cities and Towns
City of Banning, City of Beaumont, City of Calimesa, City of Canyon Lake, Cathedral City, City of Coachella, City of Corona, City of Desert Hot Springs, City of Eastvale, City of Hemet, City of Indian Wells, City of Indio, City of Jurupa Valley, City of Lake Elsinore, City of La Quinta, City of Menifee, City of Moreno Valley, City of Murrieta, City of Norco, City of Palm Desert, City of Palm Springs, City of Perris, City of Rancho Mirage, City of Riverside, City of San Jacinto, and City of Temecula
County of Riverside and unincorporated areas:
Aguanga, Anza, Bermuda Dunes, Cabazon, Cherry Valley, Chiriaco Summit, Desert Beach, Desert Center, Eagle Mountain, Eagle Valley, East Hemet, El Cerrito, French Valley, Glen Avon, Highgrove, Home Gardens, Homeland, Idyllwild, Lake Tamarisk, Lakeland Village, Lakeview, Lost Lake, Mead Valley, Mecca, Mountain Center, North Shore, Nuevo, Pedley, Pine Cove, Ripley, Romoland, Rubidoux, Sedco Hills, Sky Valley, Sunnyslope, Thermal, Thousand Palms, Valle Vista, Winchester, and Woodcrest
Inland Empire Adjacent:
City of Claremont, City of Diamond Bar, City of Covina, City of Glendora, City of Monrovia, City of Pomona, City of La Verne, City of San Dimas, City of West Covina, City of Baldwin Park, County of Los Angeles and City of Los Angeles,