Jon Holtzman Completes PLA Negotiations for State Center Community College District

RPLG Founding Partner Jon Holtzman recently completed negotiations for a project labor agreement (PLA) that prioritizes State Center Community College District (SCCCD) graduates. The PLA was approved on March 10, 2020 by five of the seven SCCCD Trustees.

2020-09-13T17:08:33-07:00September 9th, 2020|

RPLG Files Lawsuit Against Board of Directors of Oracle Corporation

Attorneys from Renne Public Law Group and Bottini & Bottini, Inc. filed a shareholder derivative lawsuit against the Board of Directors of Oracle Corporation on July 2, 2020 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. 

2020-08-19T11:48:29-07:00July 7th, 2020|

RPLG Supports South San Francisco Unified School District’s Litigation Against Juul

RPLG, as part of a coalition of law firms and public agency partners, has filed litigation on behalf of South San Francisco Unified School District in San Francisco’s federal district court against Juul Labs, Inc. for its targeted marketing of electronic cigarettes to minors.

2020-07-22T12:27:31-07:00April 22nd, 2020|

RPLG Delivers Summary Judgments for Counties of San Joaquin and Orange in Retiree Benefit Cases

Partner Art Hartinger, along with Senior Associates Ryan McGinley-Stempel and Ian Long, helped deliver two summary judgments for the Counties of San Joaquin and Orange this fall that will save the government entities millions of dollars in retiree pension dues. 

2020-07-22T13:01:39-07:00January 2nd, 2020|

Press Release: Bay Area School Districts Sue Juul 

School districts spread across the Bay Area have filed litigation in San Francisco’s federal district court against Juul Labs, Inc. for its targeting of minors. These Bay Area school districts are joining other school districts across the country, as well as a number of parents and youth, to challenge Juul’s practices of marketing vaping products to minors.

2020-07-23T19:51:30-07:00December 18th, 2019|

Press Release: U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review in City of Boise v. Martin

Today, the United States Supreme Court declined to review City of Boise v. Martin, Case No. 19-247—a decision in which the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that enforcing local laws prohibiting camping and sleeping on public property “when no sleeping space is practically available in any shelter” within the jurisdiction violates the Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment.

2020-07-23T19:51:36-07:00December 16th, 2019|