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  • Irvine council appoints interim city attorney

    Having dismissed City Attorney Philip Kohn, a partner at Rutan & Tucker, the Irvine City Council voted Tuesday to take immediate action in filling his vacant seat. The council voted 4 to 1 to appoint Richard Jones, owner of Fullerton-based municipal...
  • Commentary: Are we in ancient Rome or Costa Mesa?

    Once, when I was very young, I saw a scary political cartoon from the previous century depicting an arena in ancient Rome. Bodies litter the floor of the arena, and a bloodthirsty tiger bares long fangs as he mauls a slender woman dressed in a white robe....
  • Malkani named law firm director

    A Costa Mesa-based law firm announced Wednesday that it has a new executive director. Tony Malkani will lead Rutan & Tucker, one of California's largest full-service public agency and business law firms, according to a news release. Malkani replaces...
  • Orange County law firm may take helm in Lindsay Lohan's defense

    Lindsay Lohan maybe getting a new lawyer if she signs off on a plan to have a  prominent Orange County law firm help represent her on criminal charges she lied about a car crash on Pacific Coast Highway. The latest development comes after her New York...
  • Mansoor appointed to jobs committee

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) was appointed to an Assembly committee earlier this week. Mansoor now serves as vice chairman of the Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy. "I am honored to be given this opportunity to...
  • Police association interviewed about 911 call

    Members of the association that represents Costa Mesa police officers said Thursday that they have been interviewed by district attorney investigators looking into a 911 call that falsely reported that a councilman was driving drunk. Private...
  • Commentary: I will help pay legal fees for Sanitary District

    Four Costa Mesa Sanitary District board members hired a law firm to petition the California attorney general for a ruling on whether the offices of Sanitary District director and city planning commissioner offices are incompatible. The City Council...
  • It's a Gray Area: Time to privatize out government work

    When former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger first took office he promised to address the out-of-control worker's compensation system, and he did. Unfortunately, after making progress on about 15% of the difficulties — the ones that were the easiest...
  • More than $170K raised for autism

    An autism fundraiser Saturday night raised more than $170,000 for four charities and the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. "An Evening for Autism" drew more than 600 community members, athletes, celebrities, politicians and business leaders for a...
  • Costa Mesa's attorney cuts ties with ex-police chief

    COSTA MESA — The city's law firm has broken long-standing professional ties with former interim Police Chief Steve Staveley, whose allegations of "unethical" and "immoral" conduct at City Hall stunned the community. Richard D. Jones, a partner...
  • Judge rules no layoffs for Costa Mesa — for now

    SANTA ANA — Costa Mesa cannot lay off city employees by outsourcing their jobs to private companies until the city goes through proper legal steps, an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An...
  • The Crowd: Business leaders share dinner and directors awards

    It was arguably the most prestigious social event of the Southern California business community. On Feb. 17, some 450 executives from all over Southern California converged upon the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Laguna Niguel, for the 16th Forum for Corporate...