Former Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong has filed a lawsuit against the city and its mayor, Sheng Thao, alleging wrongful termination, retaliation, and violation of his First Amendment rights
Former Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar has been sentenced to 13 ye
The legal experts at Burke, Williams and Sorensen, LLP recently released their public law update for January 2024.
A Los Angeles County judge has issued a moratorium on all new building permits except for new residential development in the city of Beverly Hills.
Development impact fees are just one of many factors contributing to high housing costs in California. But they’re a critical tool used by local governments to offset infrastructure costs.
Huntington Beach made clear Thursday that it has no intention of abandoning its fight against state housing mandates.
In the past three years, the City of El Monte has issued licenses to 11 marijuana businesses – retailers, distributors, and cultivators. Just four of them had opened by the end of FY 2023.
Project Homekey Fallout: California Sues Developer, San Bernardino County and Multiple Cities for Breaching Obligations
California Attorney General Rob Bonta filed a lawsuit Monday against Los Angeles developer Shangri-La Industries, the County of San Bernardino, plus the cities of Redlands, Thousand Oaks, Salinas a
A former San Francisco building inspector who inspected his own home, as well as several properties belonging to his family, has been charged by the district attorney’s office.