On Monday, April 18, 2022, the Pension and Health Benefits Committee of the CalPERS Board of Administration voted to move forward with adopting a regulation governing the employment of retired persons, or “retired annuitants.”
Effective October 4, Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) welcomes three new associates—Michael Cohen, Jake Freitas and Garvey Vincent—all of whom are alumni of RPLG’s Public Law Fellowship Program, a two-week session designed to introduce law students to public law.
The Legislature has stepped in to formally amend open meeting laws to account for a new reality where a persistent global pandemic and extreme wildfires stoked by climate change create an enduring need to make virtual meetings a more permanent fixture for public meetings in California.
Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) Founding Partner Jon Holtzman and Senior Associate Jamal Anderson presented on police reform at the League of California Cities annual City Attorneys Conference. The presentation explored the wide range of initiatives and policy changes on the table for cities addressing police reform in California.
Continuing a series of speaking engagements focused on public safety reform, RPLG Founding Partner Jon Holtzman will join a panel at the 44th Collective Bargaining and Arbitration Conference to discuss police arbitration.
Featuring presentations by policymakers, former police chiefs, experts in alternatives to traditional approaches, and community advocates, the series will focus on exploring current reform and restructuring efforts and identifying actionable steps to implement change.
Public Law Group Founding Partner Jon Holtzman will join a panel of police reform experts to discuss “Police Reform: Can Unions and Management Play a Constructive Role?” at the 2021 Annual Labor and Employment Conference.
Renne Public Law Group Founding Partner Jon Holtzman and Partner Julian Gross shared their expertise on issues of concern to local government leaders at the League of California Cities City Managers Conference.
On Jan. 29, 2021, RPLG founding partner Jon Holtzman joined 14 attorneys, judges, professors and policy experts via the Berkeley Center for Law and Work for a five-hour webinar exploring labor relations law as an avenue for police reform.