RPLG Chair, and former City Attorney of San Francisco, Louise Renne discusses her storied career, and also her past and present projects, including taking on Big Tobacco and forcing the Olympic Club to admit women.
Paul Henderson spoke with us and RPLG’s 2020 Public Law Fellows about police reform on June 18, 2020. Paul shared his views on the state of policing today and what he believes is necessary to create meaningful change on behalf of our communities.
On July 30, 2020, the California Supreme Court limited the California Rule in a variety of helpful ways, but ultimately found that the case did not present an opportunity to “revisit” the California Rule itself. We could be waiting a long time for a case that brings further clarity about the continuing vitality and scope of the California Rule.
Recognizing that bargaining will be a critical part of reform efforts, this article briefly reviews public sector bargaining obligations in the context of some of the reform issues we are likely to see.