Marcus J. Lo Duca
Since 1986, Marcus J. Lo Duca has focused solely on land use and environmental law, representing residential, commercial and industrial developers and property owners throughout the greater Sacramento region and in selected cities and counties throughout California . His expertise includes environmental law associated with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), wetlands and endangered species. Lo Duca has also developed expertise in redevelopment, housing, and solid waste areas of law. He has successfully represented clients in the development approval process in over 20 jurisdictions throughout California.

Lo Duca has served on the Board of Directors of nearly 30 non-profit organizations, including terms as president of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, the Placer SPCA, the Associates Council of the Building Industry Association, Roseville Community Crime Stoppers Foundation (twice), Roseville Police Activities League, Inc. (current; 7 terms as of 2013), the alumni associations of California State University, Sacramento, and Jesuit High School, and three business political action committees. He has served on several local government task forces and committees, with appointments from the cities of Roseville and Citrus Heights and the County of Placer. His local political experience spans nearly 35 years.

A graduate of U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law, Lo Duca received a B.S. in Business Administration, Economics and Government (triple major) and an M.A. in Government from California State University, Sacramento.