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L.A. NOWOne of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa???s recently departed advisers has secured a job handling renewable energy business for an international law firm. The mayor's former deputy chief of staff Dan Grunfeld stepped down from his post Friday....
L.A. NOWThe top attorney for the county of Orange is urging an investigation of the local fair board, saying its hiring of a lobbyist and law firm to influence the sale of the Orange County fairgrounds by the state may have......
Money & CompanyThe Angelides commission, convened by Congress to investigate the financial meltdown of 2008, today announced a passel of "senior staff" appointments. Earlier, the commission appointed an executive director, Thomas Greene. It has held one public meeting,...
John J. O'Connor III dies at 79; attorney and husband of former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'ConnorJohn J. O'Connor III, a lawyer who went to Washington in a historic role, as the husband of the first female U.S. Supreme Court justice, has died. He was 79. O'Connor died Wednesday in Phoenix of complications arising from Alzheimer's disease, the...
Tags: U.S. Army, Family, John J O'Connor, Laws, Obituaries
Doris Brin Walker, a radical lawyer who fought anti-communist hysteria in the 1950s and helped clear activist Angela Davis of murder and kidnapping charges in the 1970s, died of a stroke Aug. 13 at a San Francisco hospital, her daughter, Emily Roberson,...
Company TownDan Offner, the big kahuna of video game lawyers, jumps to Loeb & Loeb to launch Interactive Entertainment Group....
Los Angeles, 1967 Nadia Tupica was driving down the freeway in her cream-colored convertible Thunderbird when she spotted what looked like a small body. She pulled over to investigate. As Tupica approached the object on the ground, she must have been...
Times Staff WritersSACRAMENTO — On a day of fierce recriminations, Republican allies and friends of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared shaken Wednesday by the collapse of his agenda in this week's special election, saying he needs to recapture the confidence of...
Tags: Republican Party, David Dreier, Voting, Don Perata, Laws
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is a hypocrite and, no matter what James Kirchick says in the Los Angeles Times, it is important to call him a hypocrite. Justice Thomas' life has been one of such enduring hypocrisy that it is the defining element of...
Tags: Judges, Lawyers, Gaming, Racism, Justice System
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen Judge Gene T. Porter last ran for reelection, a group of Las Vegas lawyers sponsored a fundraiser for him at Big Bear in California. Even by Las Vegas standards, it was brazen. Some of the sponsors had cases before him. One case was set for a crucial...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersOne Nevada judge was nearly indicted on blackmail charges. Another ruled repeatedly for a casino corporation in which he held more than 10,000 shares. Still another overruled state authorities and decided in favor of a gambling boss who was notorious as a...
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