On June 28, 2016, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced the
appointment of Lupe C. Garcia, who is a member of California State University (CSU)
Board of Trustees, to a judgeship in the Alameda County Superior Court.
SAN DIEGO – The recent ruling handed down in an appeals case against the Beaumont Police Department demonstrates that liability can still be an issue despite having policies in place to prevent problems.
SAN JOSE -- Residents who have been fighting to save the Willow Glen Railroad Trestle from demolition, arguing that it was a historical landmark, were disappointed when the National Register of Historic Places recently declared the 1922 railroad bridge ineligible for historic status and could be removed to erect a prefabricated pedestrian bridge.
LOS ANGELES -- Comcast and the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) are set to square off before the before the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, about whether or not Comcast controlled the shopping network QVC in the late 1990s.
BERKELEY -- Former University of California Berkeley school of law dean Sujit Choudhry has sued the university's board of regents, including university president Janet Napolitano, and other university officials.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Steven Jay Brock, an attorney who practiced in Chino Hills, was disbarred May 29 and ordered to comply with the California Rules of Court, because he did not respond to a notice of disciplinary charges (NDC).
SAN FRANCISCO -- Brian Lee Corber, an attorney who practiced in Valley Village, was disbarred May 29 and ordered to comply with the California Rules of Court to make restitution for not complying with a notice of disciplinary charges (NDC) after he failed to respond to telephone and written messages from a client, refund unearned advanced fees or release the client’s file.