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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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Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act Brings Some Changes to How LLCs Function in California

July 3, 2014
Folsom California business litigation lawyer

Last year the California Legislature passed new legislation revising the state’s laws governing limited liability companies. The new framework, known as RULLCA (California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act), replaces the former statutory scheme and includes some significant changes which people forming limited liability companies need to recognize.   As with the previous scheme, limited […]

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