Municipal and Special Districts

Paralegal, Public Agency

Eager to join a well-established firm in downtown Sacramento law firm? We are seeking an experienced litigation paralegal with 3-5 years of litigation and public agency experience, who works well with a team oriented group of people, is ambitious with great communication skills.

Responsibilities include:

Lateral Attorney, Public Agency

Well-established downtown Sacramento law firm is seeking an Associate Attorney experienced in public agency matters. Candidate must be highly motivated, self-sufficient, and have a high level of dedication and discipline. We offer a generous benefits package and the opportunity to develop your skills and grow professionally.

Desired candidate should have significant experience in all of the following areas:

California Court of Appeal Rejects Challenge to Nuisance Ordinance

May 5, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127405.1

On May 1, 2017, California's First District Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Clary v. City of Crescent City. The Court rejected all of the plaintiff's numerous legal challenges to the City's nuisance ordinance, resolution to find a nuisance on his property, and proceedings to abate the nuisance.

California Court of Appeal Finds County Did Not Engage in "Piecemeal" Environmental Review

May 1, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127403.1

On April 25, 2017, California's Sixth District Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Aptos Council v. County of Santa Cruz, holding that the County did not violate California law when it separately considered the environmental impact of three ordinances in its effort to modernize zoning regulations.

League of California Cities City Attorneys' Spring Conference

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May 3-5, 2017


San Francisco



Organized By:

League of California Cities (LOCC)

Program Overview:

Kronick is pleased to sponsor the League of California Cities City Attorneys' Spring Conference in San Francisco. This conference provides training on cutting-edge issues in municipal law, including comprehensive updates on litigation affecting cities.


Private Accounts May Be Subject To Disclosure Under The California Public Records Act

March 2, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127401.1

On March 2, 2017, the California Supreme Court published its ruling in the case of City of San Jose v. Superior Court, holding that when a city employee uses a personal account to communicate about the conduct of public business, those records may be subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act (CPRA).

CSF workshop – Discussion on Qualified Zone Academy Bonds

Event Information


Tuesday, February 21


Sacramento Convention Center




Organized By:

Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH)

Program Overview:

Kronick Shareholder Constantine Baranoff will participate in a panel at the CASH Annual Conference in Sacramento on February 21st. He will discuss the legal structure for QZABs, other panelists will provide a history of CDE’s role and other federal programs.


Attorney Billing Invoices Subject To Disclosure In Certain Circumstances

January 13, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127400.1

The California Supreme Court recently imposed limits on when a government agency can claim a legal billing invoice is protected from disclosure under the California Public Records Act. The decision is available here.

Kronick Reference Guide: 2016 Legislative Developments

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A number of new laws impacting the workplace were enacted by the California Legislature in 2016. Download the PDF for a complete description of these new laws. If you have any questions regarding the impact of these new laws on your workplace, please contact David W. Tyra or the attorney with whom you normally consult.

Prevailing Party Can Recover Reasonable and Necessary Legal Fees Incurred in Preparing the Administrative Record

August 12, 2016 | Bulletin No. 1274003.1

In the recent case of No Toxic Air, Inc. v. Lehigh Southwest Cement Company, Inc. (July 28, 2016, H040047) __ Cal.App.4th ___, the Court of Appeal determined a trial court has authority to award attorneys' fees incurred in preparing an administrative record to the prevailing party. The trial court found such costs were reasonably and necessarily incurred, but that it lacked legal authority to award the fees.

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