Tyson is a partner in The Sohagi Law Group LLC. His practice focuses on environmental law, land use and planning law, the Costal Act, the California Environmental Quality Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act. He advises public clients on complex matters such as infrastructure projects, mass transit fees, general plans and specific plans, specific development proposals, and other land use issues.
Tyson has substantial experience related to traffic analysis and the associated mitigation measures, including operational analysis involving airports, intermodal railways facilities, and development projects, construction work, internal airport circulation, county and city wide programmatic analysis, as well as non-vehicular analysis including multi-modal analysis for pedestrians and bicyclists, included in the revised CEQA Guidelines.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley
J.D. University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law