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By Joseph Geha | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: October 16, 2018 at 6:12 pm | UPDATED: October 16, 2018 at 6:14 pm The city of Milpitas must fork over $92,000 in legal fees to lawyers who filed a public records lawsuit surrounding former city manager Tom Williams, a judge ordered this month. Santa Clara Superior Court Judge Sunil Kulkarni on Oct. 4 ordered Milpitas to pay the San Rafael-based First Amendment Coalition’s lawyers $90,800 in attorneys fees and just over $1,200 in court costs. Kulkarni also ruled that Williams also must pay the organization’s attorneys $7,750 in attorneys fees and costs. The order comes nearly five months after Kulkarni ruled the city must release records it had withheld for over a year regarding allegations of misconduct by Williams while he was city manager. “This puts the final touch on litigation that shows Milpitas, and I think all cities and other government agencies in California, that they need to … [Read more...] about Milpitas ordered to pay $92,000 in legal fees after public records lawsuit
By Annie Vainshtein Updated 12:25 pm PDT, Monday, October 8, 2018 Yonatan Schkolnik checks the Instacart application for details about the shopping he will do for his client at a Whole Foods market in Berkeley, Calif. Yonatan Schkolnik drives paying customers for Sidecar and delivers groceries for Instacart in the Bay Area. less Yonatan Schkolnik checks the Instacart application for details about the shopping he will do for his client at a Whole Foods market in Berkeley, Calif. Yonatan Schkolnik drives paying customers for Sidecar and ... more Photo: Brant Ward, The Chronicle Buy photo A sign warning away Whole Foods hangs above the heads of several occupiers on Sunday at a tract of land at the intersection of Jackson and Buchanan in Albany. Several hundred people occupied a tract of arable land in Berkeley on Sunday where they tilled soil and planted seeds for a community garden. less A sign warning away … [Read more...] about Berkeley Whole Foods store files for restraining order against vegan activists
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jenn Abelson, Nicole Dungca and Todd Wallack Globe Staff September 30, 2018 Leneeth Suazo, four months pregnant, had tried to ignore her ex-boyfriend’s menacing voice mails, phone calls, and text messages since he kicked her out of his apartment. Now it was New Year’s Eve and the doorbell wouldn’t stop ringing at the apartment complex where Suazo had taken refuge. She knew it was Jim Phane outside, pressing every buzzer. Suddenly, there was a knock at the front door. Phane, let in by a neighbor, was standing there, begging Suazo to talk to him. Advertisement Fearful that he’d attack her as he had once before, Suazo discreetly pressed record on her cellphone. Phane threatened her, and when he noticed the phone was recording their conversation, he lunged. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today … [Read more...] about Behind closed doors, justice sometimes takes a back seat to who you are and where you go
President Donald Trump was personally involved in an effort to prevent adult film actress Stormy Daniels from publicly discussing an alleged sexual encounter with him, according to a new report.The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that Trump told his then-personal attorney Michael Cohen in February to seek a restraining order against Daniels through a confidential arbitration proceeding.The President directed Cohen to coordinate the legal action with Eric Trump, one of his sons, and an outside lawyer, Lawrence Rosen, who had represented Trump and the Trump Organization, sources familiar with the events told the newspaper. According to The Wall Street Journal, Rosen asked Trump Organization attorney Jill Martin in California to sign off on the arbitration paperwork, saying it was at the request of Eric Trump, who, along with his brother Donald Jr., is currently running the Trump Organization. At the end of February, an arbitrator privately issued a restraining order against … [Read more...] about Trump directed Cohen to seek restraining order against Stormy Daniels in February, WSJ reports