In September 2020, the Legislature passed and the Governor signed AB 2257, a piece of clean-up legislation intended to clarify several aspects of AB 5.
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.
Local public agencies responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and grappling with its wide-ranging effects have yet another consideration to worry about: its impact on local redistricting deadlines.
Declaring a fiscal emergency, and implementing appropriate remedial measures, may be an unfortunate reality for some local agencies in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Founding Partner Jon Holtzman secured three speaking engagements in December and January, starting with a presentation at the League of California Cities’ Municipal Finance Institute (MFI) on Dec. 12.
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.
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.
Eight members of the RPLG team will present at the 2019 California Public Employers Labor Relations Association (CALPELRA) Annual Training Conference in Monterey this November.
Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) announces the promotion of Ian Long and Ryan McGinley-Stempel to Senior Associate, effective July 1.
Recent Limitation on Home Rule Doctrine: Charter Cities and Likely All Counties Are Subject to State Minimum Wage Requirements
In light of Marquez, we recommend that charter cities, charter counties, and general law counties – as well as all other public employers in California– review their employee salary schedules to ensure compliance with state minimum wage requirements.