Articles Tagged With ‘Lawsuits’


a claim or dispute brought to a court of law for adjudication.



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Dee Torres is public figure, judge says

Dee Torres is a public figure, San Luis Obispo Superior Court Judge Barry LaBarbera said Thursday, seriously undermining the homeless program official’s slander lawsuit against Atascadero private investigator Michael Brennler. Torres, director of homeless services... (Continue reading)

LaBarbera thinks Brennler constitutionally protected

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge, in a tentative ruling, is planning to uphold an anti-SLAPP motion to dismiss a slander lawsuit brought by a homeless services official against Mike Brennler,... (Continue reading)

Judge denies Torres request for delay of hearing

A San Luis Obispo judge denied a request made by CAPSLO Homeless Services Director Dee Torres’s attorney to delay a hearing scheduled for Thursday that could halt a suit Torres filed against private investigator Mike... (Continue reading)

Torres untruthful in slander case documents, new court filings say

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The slander suit filed by CAPSLO’s Homeless Services Director Dee Torres took a new turn when defendant Mike Brennler submitted a case document on Friday saying that Torres was not truthful in... (Continue reading)

Supervisor tries to get witness to change story about homeless gifts

By KAREN VELIE Less than a week after his fiancé filed a slander lawsuit against a local private investigator, San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill began contacting a key witness in the case, attempting... (Continue reading)

Schools can’t ask parents for supplies

Teachers in San Luis Obispo County schools will be paying more out of their own pockets for classroom supplies following passage of a new state law prohibiting schools from charging parents any kind of fee.... (Continue reading)

Former SLO police officer sues city

A former San Luis Obispo police officer who was fired after he pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of bringing misbranded Mexican prescription drugs into the United States, filed suit against the city on July 31.... (Continue reading)

ASH drops deranged man in Paso Robles

A parolee deemed too dangerous for release because of mental illness was dropped at a bus stop in Paso Robles, the result of a clerical error that led to the death of a Santa Cruz... (Continue reading)

Civil conspiracy trial against Cuesta and Stewart titles to be lived streamed

Courtroom View Network (CVN) will be live streaming a civil trial in which hundreds of plaintiffs allege Stewart Title and Cuesta Title aided and abetted and/or conspired with Hurst Financial and former North County developer... (Continue reading)

Heritage Oaks Bank settles with Gearhart investors

By KAREN VELIE In a last minute decision, Heritage Oaks Bank agreed to settle with investors in Hurst Financial’s Vista del Hombre project in Paso Robles for a currently undisclosed amount of money, an investor... (Continue reading)



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