Ida Abhari ’23 was named one of six 2021 Public Law Fellows by Renne Public Law Group. The program introduces law students to local government advocacy.
Louise Renne, former San Francisco city attorney, filed a lawsuit against the Olympic Club to stop discriminating against women.
Founding Partner Jon Holtzman Joins San Francisco Bar Association Annual Labor and Employment Conference Panel
Public Law Group Founding Partner Jon Holtzman will join a panel of police reform experts to discuss “Police Reform: Can Unions and Management Play a Constructive Role?” at the 2021 Annual Labor and Employment Conference.
Therese McMillan, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and Jim Wunderman, President and CEO of the Bay Area Council, discuss regional entities.
Ninth Circuit Decision Suggests Chalking Is a Search, Leaves Municipalities a Path to Defend the Practice
A recent Ninth Circuit Decision suggests that chalking is a search under the Fourth Amendment but leaves municipalities a path to defend the practice under the administrative search exception.
RPLG Founding Partner Jon Holtzman and Moraga-Orinda Fire Chief Dave Winnacker discuss innovative technologies and strategies developed by Chief Winnacker and a team of outside tech gurus to combat and manage wildfires.
The League of California Cities' General Counsel Corrie Manning and Special Counsel Betsy Strauss discuss home rule in California, covering the importance of local control.
‘There’s a diversity grift right now’: Employees at center of racial controversies at tech companies speak out
Workers who left Google, Uber and Pinterest in highly charged incidents during a year of racial-equity protests tell MarketWatch what they saw and experienced.
RPLG Partner Jon Holtzman and Of Counsel Dennis Aftergut, the former Chief Assistant City Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco, discuss attorneys' role in policy development that can bend the curve towards justice.
Social media company Pinterest was hit with a shareholder derivative suit Monday alleging the company's executives and directors ignored a culture of race and sex discrimination, harming the company as it fights other suits and reputational harm.