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Partner Jack Sleeth Reviews Recent Case Increasing Special Education Obligations

A recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals makes significant changes in the law respecting Special Education. Compliance with Special Education requirements for deaf and hard of hearing students will no longer be the end of the analysis, … Read More

Partner Jack Sleeth’s Case Study on AB1266 and Trans-gender Student Rights

Issue: Are Trans-gender Students Permitted to Use Restroom and Locker Room? Download the Case Study (pdf) Summary: California has adopted a law that requires school districts to permit students to participate in all sex-segregated activities consistent with that student’s gender … Read More

Senior Counsel Barry Schultz and Jerry Sanders, President & CEO of SD Regional Chamber of Commerce, Co-Author Article

  Modernizing Environmental Act Should Be A Priority”  co-authored by Jerry Sanders, President & CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Barry Schultz, Senior Counsel at Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz and former chair of San Diego Planning Commission. … Read More

Stutz Partner Gil Abed Reviews Recent 4th District Court of Appeals Decision

San Diego Education Attorney Gil Abed, Partner at Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz, reviews a recent 4th District Court of Appeals decision regarding a teacher’s posting of sexually explicit photos on the internet and the teacher’s subsequent termination.  See link … Read More

“Squeeze Play” Fictional Theories of Recovery in Public Works

The economic downturn has led to claims that pose new risks for owners and claimants in public works projects. Authors and attorneys William Pate and Brent Douglas, discuss several controversial legal trends in public works, as well as provide practical … Read More

Attorney Mahlowitz authors Medical Marijuana article for Public Law Journal

Attorney Mahlowitz’s article on local agency regulation of Medical Marijuana businesses appears in the Spring Issue of the Public Law Journal, the official publication of the State Bar of California Public Law Section.  “The Evolving Understanding of the Scope of California … Read More

Attorney Jacob Gould Authors “Funding Public Improvements” Article for the Winter Issue of the Public Law Journal

Stutz Associate Jacob Gould authors “Funding Public Improvements with Outstanding Subdivision Bonds” for the winter issue of the Public Law Journal, the official publication of the State Bar of California’s Public Law Section.  Learn why a new baseline of development … Read More

Stutz Attorneys author “Citizens United” article for the fall issue of the Public Law Journal.

Stutz Attorneys Christina Cameron,  Bob Mahlowitz and Barry Schultz author “Citizens United” article for the fall issue of the Public Law Journal,  the official publication of the State Bar of California’s Public Law Section.   Learn how Citizens United affects state … Read More


by Richard E. Romero With the recent decline in California’s housing market, foreclosures and abandoned properties are becoming an increasing problem for California cities. The exponential increase in defaults and foreclosure filings over the past few months have left cities struggling … Read More

A Sign of the Times – Local Regulation of Campaign Signs

by Christina M. Cameron When election season arrives, it can seem that campaign signs grow like weeds. To some, these signs are unnecessary clutter, unsightly eyesores or even dangerous and distracting additions to our roadways. To others, they represent the electoral … Read More

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