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Court of Appeal Rules That Trial Courts May Exercise Discretion to Deny Attorney Fee Awards in California Public Records Act Lawsuits Achieving Minimal or Insignificant Results

USA - May 2 2022 In a matter of first impression, the California Court of Appeal (2nd District) has ruled that an attorney fee award need not be granted in every…

Scott D. Danforth,, Paul Z. McGlocklin, Kathryn E. Meola, Mark W. Thompson,

California Department of Education Proposes New Uniform Complaint Procedure Regulations

USA - April 22 2019 On March 29, 2019, the California Department of Education (CDE) proposed sweeping changes to state regulations on Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)…

Alexandria M. Davidson, Elizabeth Zamora-Mejia

New California Law Adds to List of Sex Offenses Affecting Teacher Credentialing and Employment

USA - November 15 2017 California has taken an important step in protecting students from being subjected to sexual misconduct by teachers. Recently, the California…

Todd A. Goluba

New California Law Seeks to Protect Student-Athletes From Sudden Cardiac Arrest

USA - January 3 2017 With studies now showing that “sudden cardiac arrest” is one of the leading causes of death for young people under the age of 25 and student-athletes…

Todd A. Goluba