KMTG education law attorneys Christian M. Keiner and Chelsea Olson-Murphy filed a friend of the court brief on behalf of California County Superintendents Educational Services Association in the appeal of the favorable trial court decision in the Vergara litigation. The brief supports Vergara 's arguments that key California statutes involving certificated probation, reduction in force, and dismissal statutes are unconstitutional.
Kronick is pleased to announce that business and corporate law attorney Ilene Block was recently appointed by SARTA to serve on its Board of Directors. In addition to serving on the Board, Ms. Block will also serve as the liaison to the AgStart SARTA program.
Kronick Moskovitz is pleased to announce that 16 of its talented and distinguished attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2015 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. This year's list of attorneys continues to reflect Kronick's depth and expertise in labor and employment law, litigation, environmental law, business and corporate law, education, and local government and public agency law.
Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard is expanding its Sacramento headquarters, adding a new healthcare component to its thriving business services practice. At the helm of this expansion is healthcare attorney Lawrence B. ("Larry") Garcia, who joined Kronick's Sacramento office as a shareholder on Feb 2 along with Leonor Y. Dicdican. Both come from the Sacramento office of Gordon Rees.
Kronick is pleased to announce the advancement of Jon E. Goetz, William F. Schuetz and Meredith Packer Garey to Shareholders of the firm.
"These advancements reflect the increasing strength of our firm and its attorneys in their practice areas of business, real estate, land use, labor and employment, education and litigation," notes Managing Shareholder, Bruce A. Scheidt. "These three outstanding lawyers have proven themselves to their clients, their peers and our firm. We are confident that anyone who is privileged to work with them will agree."