This article was written by Cale Ottens and published in the Los Angeles Business Journal

The mansions of Bel Air once deemed extravagant can seem positively modest today. Rising prices and a robust economy have speculators rushing to develop the next generation of posh estates, some of which rival the size of shopping centers. That’s good for builders, real estate agents and the handful of buyers able to afford such massive homes, but the trend has enraged many nearby residents – some of whom are seeking to block new projects in court – and intensified a feud within L.A.’s community of land-use attorneys. Click Here to view the article.