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Critical Elements of STRS Orders Using Time-Rule Method

November 21, 2014

California’s public school teachers accrue retirement benefits in accounts which are administered by the CalSTRS system. LikeCalPERS, CalSTRS has a procedure for  dividing funds or future benefits with ex-spouses or former partners in connection with a divorce, legal separation, or some other domestic relatons plan for the future.  The member and non-membermust agree to the […]

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Bankruptcy Judge in Stockton Case Rules CalPERS Payments Can Be Cut

October 13, 2014
CalPERS California

In a verbal ruling which could potentially have tremendous repercussions for CalPERS, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System – not to mention public employee unions in other jurisdictions – the judge handling the bankruptcy proceeding for the City of Stockton announced that the city had the right to reduce pension payments due retired beneficiaries. Further […]

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FedEx Lawsuits Filed in I-5 Bus Crash

July 31, 2014
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Lawsuits continue to mount against FedEx in the I-5 bus crash that killed ten people.  The accident involved a collision between a FedEx tractor trailer and a charter bus carrying students to Humboldt State University. The parents of Mattison Haywood, a school chaperone killed in the crash, become the latest family to file a wrongful […]

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Supreme Court Rules in Frankie Valli Divorce

July 30, 2014
Sacramento divorce lawyer

The California Supreme Court has ruled in the Frankie Valli divorce case. Valli, a popular singer in the 1960s, and his wife Randy have been battling it out over the assets from their marriage for more than a decade.   The court unanimously ruled that a $3.75 million insurance policy, purchased with funds from a […]

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Local Kayaker Injured in San Joaquin River Accident

July 29, 2014
Sacramento personal injury lawyer

A Sacramento kayaker has survived a serious kayaking accident on the San Joaquin River in Madera County.  According to local news reports, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office reported that the kayaker was on an expedition with a group of four other kayakers when his boat was sucked into a pool at the base of Balloon […]

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Removed Board Director Avoids Anti-SLAPP Sanctions

July 7, 2014
Folsom California business litigation attorney

A member of the board of directors of a non-profit corporation, Dan Murphy Foundation, managed to avoid anti-SLAPP (define “anti-SLAPP”) sanctions in response to his complaint for declaratory relief and alleging wrongful removal of him as a director.  James Donovan argued he was wrongfully removed as a director of the Foundation after he raised concerns […]

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