As of last Monday, the University of California Regents will be forced to disclose information regarding a number of the University’s investments into private venture capital funds, following a successful lawsuit filed by the media corporation Thomson Reuters. The UC has invested some of its $10.65 billion endowment into various [...]
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The University of California Police Department along with the state of California, the University of California, Santa Barbara County and Sheriff Bill Brown and California Highway Patrol of Santa Barbara are all facing class-action lawsuits for their alleged non compliance in enforcing the laws set forth in California Penal Code [...]
The Second District Court of Appeal recently ruled that independent candidate Steve Pappas must pay Santa Barbara County’s current 3rd District Supervisor, Doreen Farr, $528,657.50 in attorney fees after challenging the results of their 2008 runoff for the title. Pappas, a small-business owner from Santa Ynez, lost the election by [...]
The city of Santa Barbara settled a lawsuit with SB Channelkeeper last week, agreeing to spend $26 million to help renovate the region’s sewer systems over the next five years. Channelkeeper, a local nonprofit watchdog organization for water quality, filed a lawsuit last year claiming the city breached the 1972 [...]
A federal district court denied the University of California’s request to dismiss the Alexander Stern v. Regents of the University of California case this Tuesday after the Regents failed to comply with proper legal procedure. The Regents neglected Local Rule 7-3, which requires that they meet with Stern at least [...]