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  • Miller Barondess Wins Trial Victory for Bank

    April 29, 2014 After more than three years of litigation, a large bank with over $50 billion in assets obtained a defense judgment in its favor.  A California Superior Court Judge held the bank was not liable for fraudulent inducement following a two-week bench trial. The plaintiffs alleged that, in September 2008, the bank fraudulently [...]

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  • Miller Barondess Wins Brown Act Appeal on Behalf of Los Angeles County

    September 25, 2014 In a unanimous published decision, the California Court of Appeal held that the County of Los Angeles’s process for entering into “social program agreements” does not violate the Brown Act.  Every year, the County enters into contracts with social service organizations that provide vital services to County residents.  These programs feed the [...]

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    Miller Barondess Wins on Summary Judgment on Behalf of the County of Los Angeles

    November 5, 2012 We recently obtained summary judgment in favor of the County of Los Angeles and the individual Board of Supervisors in a high-profile taxpayer lawsuit that received extensive media coverage.  The lawsuit alleged that the County’s top elected officials wasted millions of taxpayer dollars and violated the Brown Act in connection with the County’s budgeting [...]

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