2011 Archive

Use our "Quick Links" to view a variety of current news items about our firm, attorneys and staff, or access our "Newsroom Archive" for listing of items by year.

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Kronick in the Media
09/14/2011 Auburn Seminar to Focus on Human Resources Issues

KMTG Shareholder and Labor and Employment Law attorney David W. Tyra, in an interview with Auburn Journal, summarizes the highlights of his EEO presentation at upcoming employer seminar in Auburn on October 4, 2011.

08/01/2011

KMTG Shareholder and Labor and Employment Law Attorney David Tyra speaks candidly in recent interview for Super Lawyers Magazine regarding his legal career and specifically his defense of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the State of California in the furlough litigation that culminated in oral argument before the California Supreme Court, in which the Court validated the furloughs of state employees based on the Legislature's ratification of Governor Schwarzenegger's furlough plan.

04/01/2011 Lost and Fund: Counties Hold Off on Muni Bonds Due to Uncertainty

In recent Comstock's Magazine article, KMTG Shareholder and Public Finance Attorney Constantine C. Baranoff comments on the challenging times facing California public agencies in the municipal debt market.

New State Water Legislation Mandates
08/05/2011 $11 Billion Water Bond Likely To Appear On Ballot
08/05/2011 Delta Stewardship Council Releases Draft Version of Delta Plan
08/04/2011 DWR Unveils Online Submittal Tool for Urban Water Management Plans
08/04/2011 DWR to Hold Hearings on Agricultural Water Use Efficiency Regulations
02/01/2011 Bill Would Cut $11 Billion Water Bond by 25 Percent for November 2012 Vote
01/11/2011 Delta Watermaster: State Board Should Ramp Up Enforcement Against Unreasonable Agricultural Water Use And Promote Transfers of Conserved Irrigation Water
Practice Area News
07/06/2011 New California Median Income Figures Show Drops in Some Counties for the Second Straight Year
Firm Announcement
12/19/2011 Jonathan Hobbs Named City Attorney For Lincoln
09/30/2011 KMTG Attorney Margaret Grover Sworn in as Chair of the Conference of California Bar Associations
09/30/2011 William T. Chisum Appointed to Judicial Council's Civil and Small Claims Advisory Committee
07/13/2011 Eleven KMTG Attorneys Recognized as 2011 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard is pleased to announce and congratulate the firm's eleven (11) attorneys that have been selected for inclusion in the 2011 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.  This year's list of attorneys continues to reflect KMTG's strength and expertise in labor and employment law and litigation.  The Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists will appear in Northern California Super Lawyers magazine and in the August 2011 issue of San Francisco Magazine.

03/25/2011 KMTG Attorneys Attend Annual ABA Bar Leadership Institute in Chicago
02/28/2011 KMTG Expands Natural Resources and Civil Litigation Practice in Kern County
01/13/2011 KMTG Human Resources Director, Cindy Snook, Elected to Serve as Regional Projects Director for ALA
01/10/2011 KMTG Attorney Brett Price Elected to Serve as President of Kern County Bar Association
05/20/2011 Kronick Honored to Continue Its Longstanding Partnership With the City of West Sacramento

Kronick is pleased to announce its continued representation of the City of West Sacramento as their City Attorney. Since the City's incorporation in 1987, Kronick has had the privilege of working alongside City Council and staff to help implement the Council's vision for West Sacramento and assist in their efforts to transform a diverse group of communities into one of the premier cities in the Central Valley. "Being a part of the City's transformation over the course of 20+ years has been a personal honor," said Jeff Mitchell, City Attorney for West Sacramento. "All of us at Kronick look forward to our continued partnership with the City and being a part of the City's future growth and prosperity."

In the Community
10/10/2011 Education Law Attorney Michelle Cannon Trades Her Hat for a Day: Participates in Annual "Principal for a Day" Program