The California Court of Appeal recently ruled in favor of Los Angeles County after it fired a sheriff’s deputy for dishonesty. In this unusual case, the court was required to reverse a decision by the Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission.
Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) was a Program Sponsor of the Friends of the Children - SF Bay Area’s Third Annual Fundraiser, which was held on September 26 at Terra Gallery.
Renne Public Law Group has been selected by the Daily Journal as a 2019 Top Boutique Law Firm in its first full year of operation.
RPLG Founding Partner Jon Holtzman will present at the 2019 California Public Employees Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA) Advanced Labor Academy on Nov. 18, bringing deep expertise in pension negotiations and pension law.
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.
Dane Hutchings, RPPG’s Director of Government Affairs, was at “ground zero” in Sacramento leading the SB 266 legislative efforts on behalf of local public agencies. This was a terrible piece of legislation and we are very pleased to have been part of local government’s response. We recently had an opportunity to speak with Dane about it and wanted to share the conversation.
RPLG Founding Partner Louise Renne has been appointed to serve as Co-Negotiation Class Counsel on multidistrict litigation for In Re: National Prescription Opiate Litigation. This lawsuit seeks to recover money for tens of thousands of local governments from opiate manufacturers, distributors and others to combat the opioid crisis.
Assembly Bill 5, the measure that targets the “gig economy,” has been one of the most contentious measures of the 2019 legislative session. Renne Public Policy Group's Dane Hutchings provides insight from Sacramento on the bill's passage and related lobbying efforts.