Allen D. Haynie Brother Allen D. Haynie is a partner in the San Diego office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm's Environment, Land & Resources Department. Mr. Haynie represents clients in transactions that involve compliance with United States and International environmental regulations. Mr. Haynie has extensive experience in a wide variety of land use and environmental issues related to the permitting and development of major residential, resort, commercial, manufacturing, industrial and redevelopment projects, both within the US and internationally. He also has represented developers in a number of litigations with municipalities and environmental groups involving NEPA and CEQA, the Endangered Species Act, wetlands, vested rights, takings, due process and equal protection claims, the California Subdivision Map Act, and other related federal and state requirements. In addition, he has had experience in CERCLA litigation, civil and criminal Clean Water Act enforcement proceedings, and general environmental compliance counseling. A frequent lecturer on environmental and land use issues, Mr. Haynie recently spoke at a series of seminars in Japan on the environmental implications of the proposed North American Free Trade Agreement. In addition, Mr. Haynie was one of twenty-four individuals appointed by the Environmental Protection Agency to the United States-Mexico Border Environmental Plan Public Advisory Committee. Before joining the firm, Mr. Haynie served as a law clerk to Judge J. Clifford Wallace of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He lived in Argentina for two years and is fluent in Spanish.
Curtis Salisbury Brother Curtis A. Salisbury is a partner and director of Desarollos Roca Azul; a bi-national aggregate mining and processing enterprise located in eastern Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Brother Salisbury also serves as a board member for the parent company, Grupo Richard of Mexico City. At the age of fourteen (14), brother Salisbury and his family of seven converted to the church while living in Phoenix, Arizona. Brother Salisbury served in the Brazil Sao Paulo North Mission from 1978-1980. Upon his return he attended Brigham Young and San Diego State, where he played varsity rugby at both universities. While attending Brigham Young University, he met and married Teresa King of Vancouver, Washington. Brother Salisbury graduated from U.S. International University with a Bachelor of Science degree in international business and with minors in Portuguese and Spanish. Brother Salisbury has served as a seminary teacher, ward and stake young men's president, high councilor, as a bishop in San Diego (6th ward) and in Escondido (Rincon Valley ward). He served as a counselor in the stake presidency to President Tommy Wilson and President David F. Wilkinson in the Escondido California Stake. Brother and sister Salisbury have been married for twenty-nine (29) years and reside in Valley Center, California as members of the Valley Center ward. They are the parents of three children, two son-in-laws and a granddaughter; Rob and Ashley Sanders of Fruit Heights, Utah, Kyle Salisbury of Valley Center, CA. and Tanner and Alana Moore of Valley Center, CA. Their two (2) year old granddaughter's name is Ava.