Courage. Passion. Leadership. Public law in the public interest.

Courage. Passion. Leadership. Public law in the public interest.

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About RPLG

Founded by partners Louise Renne, Jon Holtzman, Art Hartinger, and Teresa Stricker

RPLG practices throughout California, advising and advocating for public agencies, nonprofit entities, individuals and private entities in need of effective, responsive and creative legal solutions.

We are proud to have former San Francisco City Attorney Louise Renne lead us forward as Chairperson.

RPLG is devoted to the principle that representing government is in the public interest.

Our lawyers provide the tools to strengthen and preserve public services. We empower policy makers to further their policy objectives while minimizing legal risks. Although we are a “private” firm, we work seamlessly with our clients to form

a collaborative team with in-house staff to identify workable solutions to complex problems, develop strategy and implement solutions, whether the path is at the bargaining table, city council chambers, the courtroom, or the ballot box.

Clients

 

Alameda County Transportation Commission
Bay Area Rapid Transit
League of California Cities
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News

  • Arthur Hartinger

Art Hartinger Presents at PELRAC’s 10th Annual Conference

September 27th, 2019|Comments Off on Art Hartinger Presents at PELRAC’s 10th Annual Conference

RPLG Partner Art Hartinger brought his expertise in privacy and harassment law to the Public Employer Labor Relations Association of California (PELRAC)’s 10th Annual Conference this week in Palm Springs.

Press Release: RPLG Files Amicus Brief In Support of Certiorari in City of Boise v. Martin

September 24th, 2019|Comments Off on Press Release: RPLG Files Amicus Brief In Support of Certiorari in City of Boise v. Martin

Renne Public Law Group (RPLG), a San Francisco-based law firm that represents local governments, filed an amicus (friend of the court) brief asking the United States Supreme Court to review City of Boise v. Martin, Case No. 19-247.

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