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  • L.A. police group criticizes CMPA's former firm

    A major law enforcement association has denounced the law firm that until recently represented the Costa Mesa Police Assn. (CMPA). The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) late Thursday issued a statement critical of Upland-based Lackie, Dammeier...
  • Wu: Why did caller tell 911 he was meeting a friend?

    In celebration of Labor Day, I wanted to take a look at Costa Mess' (Mesa's) favorite union operative Chris Lanzillo and the Costa Mesa Police Assn.'s (CMPA) timing in the Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer/DUI debacle. Let's go through the timeline. On Aug....
  • Wu: Newport union should drop law firm

    Let's revisit the last two weeks of August. On Aug. 16, the Orange County Register Watchdog blog ripped law firm Lackie, Dammeier & McGill's playbook for twisting arms during impasse negotiations. The firm suggested on its website that police...
  • For The Record

    Fundraiser: The Sept. 9 article "Run benefits Marines, veterans" incorrectly said the Tunnel to Towers race is a marathon. In fact, it is a 5K. Law firm: The Sept. 9 column "Law firm needs to be dropped" incorrectly stated that the Newport Beach Police...
  • 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...
  • Council OKs plan to outsource jail, street sweeping

    In a marathon meeting that concluded after 3 a.m. Wednesday, the Costa Mesa City Council pushed through plans to outsource the city jail and street-sweeping services to private companies. "Today is a momentous day, a great day," said Mayor Pro Tem Jim...
  • Pink slip issue argued before Court of Appeal

    SANTA ANA — An attorney for pink-slipped Costa Mesa employees urged a three-judge panel Wednesday to keep in place a court-ordered injunction that prevents the city from starting to implement a plan to outsource some workers' jobs. But attorneys...
  • Harlan: Mayor missed with homeless remarks

    "If we managed to put the soup kitchen out of business," opined Mayor Eric Bever at the Oct. 2 Costa Mesa City Council meeting, "it would go a long way to addressing the attractive nuisance," and solving the problem of homeless people coming to Costa...
  • Legal eagles are still in high school

    Legal eagles are still in high school
    SANTA ANA — On most days, the hallways of Orange County Superior Court are filled with men and women dressed in pressed slacks and shined shoes. The click of heels and whir of rolling briefcases are the 11-story legal tower's soundtrack. Thursday...
  • Commentary: I am not affiliated with unions, as Righeimer suggests

    Re "Residents seek to intervene in city charter lawsuit," March 21: In the article about my and Katrina Foley's intervention in City Clerk Julie Folcik's Mandamus Petition, Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer suggested that I was somehow involved with...
  • Judge: Residents can participate in charter lawsuit

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Monday that four Costa Mesa residents can have their say in litigation over whether their city's proposed charter should be allowed on the June ballot despite being filed late. Judge Franz...
  • Suit claims pay cut after missing unusual seminar

    An attorney is suing his former Newport Beach law firm, claiming it cut his pay in retaliation for not attending an all-male seminar in the mountains where men sit in a circle nude and talk about their sexual experiences. Steven Eggleston — now...