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DID YOU KNOW … CHANGE IN ALL LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY FORMS

Posted October 17th, 2019
Back in late August, the California Secretary of State Business Programs Division made minor revisions to some of its business entity filing forms. One such change was the addition of an “under penalty of perjury” signing statement, which was added to all limited liability company forms. At this time, the department will continue to accept…
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MENDOCINO – JUDGE JOHN BEHNKE TO RETIRE

Posted October 17th, 2019
Superior Court Judge John Behnke has announced that he will not seek reelection to a fourth term as judge of the Superior Court of California for the County of Mendocino. He plans on retiring from full time judging at the end of the year. Judge Behnke was appointed to the bench by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger…
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SACRAMENTO – PRESIDING JUDGE ELECTION

Posted October 17th, 2019
I (Kim Pedersen) am pleased to announce that earlier today Judge Russell L. Hom was elected by the Judges of the Sacramento Superior Court as the next Presiding Judge. Judge Hom’s term will commence on January 1, 2020 and will continue through December 31, 2021. Following his election to the position of Presiding Judge, Judge…
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SAN BERNARDINO – NEW SELF-HELP RESOURCE CENTER TO OPEN IN RANCHO CALIFORNIA

Posted October 17th, 2019
The Superior Court of San Bernardino County is pleased to announce the opening of a new Self-Help Resource Center at the Rancho Cucamonga Courthouse located at 8303 Haven Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga, room 0010 starting on Monday, October 7, 2019. The Self-Help Resource Center will be open to the public Monday– Thursday from 8:30 a.m….
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SANTA CLARA – YOUTH JUSTICE & PUBLIC SAFETY SUMMIT

Posted October 17th, 2019
In an effort to bring together key Juvenile Justice systems stakeholders and community based organizations, the Santa Clara Superior Court hosted the Youth Justice & Public Safety Summit on Friday, September 6, 2019, where attendees engaged in an examination of current issues and a meaningful dialogue about youth justice and public safety. The date was…
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TUOLUMNE – NEW DROP BOX POLICY

Posted October 17th, 2019
(a) Location and Use of Drop Box of Tuolumne County Superior Court Tuolumne County Superior Court provides two drop box locations. One drop box is located in the lobby of the Historic Courthouse at, 41 W. Yaney Ave., Sonora, CA. The second drop box is located at the lobby of the Court facility located at…
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CALIFORNIA COURTS JUDICIAL COUNCIL – ANNOUNCES 2019 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS

Posted October 17th, 2019
The Judicial Council of California today announced this year’s recipients of its Distinguished Service Award, the highest honors given by the state court system’s governing body. “This year’s awardees represent the judicial branch’s highest purpose—to ensure that every Californian has equal access to justice,” Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye said. “Our awardees have dedicated their…
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USDC – NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA – COURT SELECTS ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEY ALEX G. TSE FOR SAN FRANCISCO MAGISTRATE JUDGESHIP

Posted October 17th, 2019
The Court is pleased to announce that it has selected Assistant United States Attorney Alex G. Tse to fill the magistrate judgeship to be vacated October 25, 2019, with the retirement of Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Laporte. Mr. Tse will join the Court after serving for nearly 20 years in various positions with the United States…
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CALIFORNIA LAWYER ASSOCIATION – ANNOUNCES ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS

Posted October 17th, 2019
California Lawyers Association (CLA) is proud to announce the election and appointment of new organization-wide Officers and Board Members, who will assume their responsibilities this week. The new posts were announced at the recently completed 2019 Annual Meeting, “Navigating the Future for all California Attorneys,” which was held in Monterey, CA from October 10-12, 2019….
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CALIFORNIA STATE BAR – RESPONSE FORM THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA ON SIGNING OF SENT BILL 176, THE LICENSING FEE INCREASE

Posted October 17th, 2019
On October 9, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 176, the licensing fee increase. Response Statement from Alan Steinbrecher, Chair, Board of Trustees “This is an important milestone for the State Bar. Approval of this fee increase demonstrates recognition by both sister branches of government that achievement of the State Bar’s mission of public protection,…
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