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The Ninth Circuit Holds that Official Use of a Social Media Platform Created a Public Forum, and Blocking Members of the Public Violated the First Amendment

USA - August 3 2022 In Garnier v. O’Connor-Ratcliff (9th Cir. July 27, 2022, Nos. 21-55118, 21-55157) __ F.3d __, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided a case of…

Steven J. Andelson, Davina F. Harden, Sharon J. Ormond, Todd M. Robbins, Mark W. Thompson,

Public Employment Relations Board Adopts New Standard for Finding Interference Based on Employer’s Conduct During Discovery in Other Tribunals

USA - June 17 2022 In Victor Valley Union High School District (2022) PERB Dec. No. 2822, the Public Employment Relations Board (“PERB” or “Board”) chose to adopt a…

Paul Z. McGlocklin, Eric T. Riss

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,, A. Christopher Duran, Paul Z. McGlocklin, Mark W. Thompson,

California Attorney General Declares That Charter School Employees May Not Serve on a County Board of Education in the County Where Their Employing School Is Located

USA - November 9 2021 On November 2, 2021, the California Attorney General released a formal opinion concerning the ability of charter school executive directors and other…

Sukhi K. Ahluwalia, Davina F. Harden

Governor Newsom’s K-12 Vaccine “Mandate” Raises Questions

USA - October 5 2021 On October 1, 2021, Governor Newsom issued a press release (the “Press Release”) and additional information indicating that COVID-19…

Steven J. Andelson, Amy W. Estrada, Paul Z. McGlocklin, Joshua E. Morrison, Aaron V. O'Donnell