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Video: a Conversation with Paul Henderson, Director of San Francisco’s Department of Police Accountability

Paul Henderson spoke with us and RPLG’s 2020 Public Law Fellows about police reform on June 18, 2020. Paul shared his views on the state of policing today and what he believes is necessary to create meaningful change on behalf of our communities.

2020-09-11T11:54:07-07:00September 11th, 2020|

SANDAG auditor slams omissions, revisions to her critical report

The independent auditor for the San Diego Association of Governments is claiming that senior managers mischaracterized her findings and withheld information in order to sway the governing board — and the public — about her conclusions.

2020-09-11T10:23:58-07:00September 11th, 2020|

Using Big Data to Reduce Catastrophic Impacts of Wildfire: How Local Government Can Help Shape Solutions

The threat of wildfires is increasingly on the minds of already crisis-fatigued suburban residents whose communities are near or contain overgrown areas with accumulations of flammable material.

2020-09-02T08:47:22-07:00September 2nd, 2020|

Using Big Data to Reduce Catastrophic Impacts of Wildfire: How Local Government Can Help Shape Solutions

Our tools for detecting wildfires, modeling their progression, evacuating residents and suppressing fires are outdated. The Moraga-Orinda Fire District took action to develop solutions.

2020-09-02T08:57:33-07:00September 2nd, 2020|

Louise Renne Presents at SF Bar and SF League of Women Voters’ Celebration of 19th Amendment Centennial

RPLG Founding Partner Louise Renne spoke at the Bar Association of San Francisco and San Francisco League of Women Voters’ celebration of the 19th Amendment’s centennial last week, bringing insight from decades of experience breaking glass ceilings for herself and those who came behind her.

2020-08-26T11:59:31-07:00August 26th, 2020|

Alameda County Deputy Sheriff’s Assn. v. Alameda County Employees’ Retirement Assn.: The California Supreme Court Limits the Scope of the So-Called California Rule Governing Vested Pension Rights But Remains Cagey On When The Rule Will Apply In the Future

On July 30, 2020, the California Supreme Court limited the California Rule in a variety of helpful ways, but ultimately found that the case did not present an opportunity to “revisit” the California Rule itself. We could be waiting a long time for a case that brings further clarity about the continuing vitality and scope of the California Rule.

2020-08-06T18:47:25-07:00August 6th, 2020|