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RPLG Secures Critical Ninth Circuit Victory for Orange County in Decade-Old Class Action Challenging the County’s Restructuring of Retiree Medical Benefits

A panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit put an end to a longstanding dispute between Orange County and a class of retired County employees, protecting the County's right to restructure and preserving assets for generations to come.

December 14th, 2021|Firm News, News|

Tom Kelch and Mike Slattery Bring Property Tax Dispute and Bankruptcy Expertise to RPLG

Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) is pleased to announce that Mike Slattery and Tom Kelch have joined the firm as Of Counsel. Their main practice area is the representation of counties in property tax disputes in the Superior Courts and Courts of Appeal.

November 3rd, 2021|Firm News, News|

RPLG Continues to Expand With Three New Associates

Effective October 4, Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) welcomes three new associates—Michael Cohen, Jake Freitas and Garvey Vincent—all of whom are alumni of RPLG’s Public Law Fellowship Program, a two-week session designed to introduce law students to public law.

October 4th, 2021|Firm News, New Hires and Promotions, News|

Governor Signs Assembly Bill 361 to Amend California’s Open Meeting Laws, Effective Immediately

The Legislature has stepped in to formally amend open meeting laws to account for a new reality where a persistent global pandemic and extreme wildfires stoked by climate change create an enduring need to make virtual meetings a more permanent fixture for public meetings in California.

September 17th, 2021|News, Thought Leadership|

RPLG Launches Redistricting Work as a New Area of Practice

Across California, agencies ranging from cities to school districts are embarking on the 2021 redistricting process. Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) has partnered with geographic information systems and data analytics consultants FLO Analytics (FLO) to guide local agencies through the intricate process.

August 25th, 2021|Firm News, News|

New Appellate Decision Makes Clear that POBRA Cannot Shield Police Misconduct from Public Scrutiny

Although it is a small step, a recent appellate decision involving the City of Oakland carries significant promise for ensuring that local public agencies and civilian oversight boards can fully investigate allegations of police misconduct to ensure integrity in policing and maintain community trust.

May 21st, 2021|News, Thought Leadership|

How Cities Are Addressing Police Reform

In the wake of George Floyd’s killing by Minneapolis police officers last May, public entities across the nation – including many cities and counties – have started the process of re-examining policing and public safety models amidst demands for reform, restructuring and racial and economic justice.

May 20th, 2021|News, Thought Leadership|
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