• Posts by David Soldani
    Posts by David Soldani

    David Soldani has a diverse practice that focuses largely on advising public agencies including school districts, community colleges, cities, counties and special districts in the areas of labor and employment law, including ...

On May 19, 2014, AALRR won a motion dismissing a Complaint filed by a developer against a school district in which the developer sought a refund of parcel taxes previously assessed and paid pursuant to two voter-approved parcel tax measures.

The plaintiff, Golden Gate Hill Development Company (“Golden Gate”) filed the action in Alameda Superior Court against the Albany Unified School District ...

Join AALRR partner David Soldani as he participates in an interactive webinar for Strafford Publication, Inc. The panel discussion will focus on Renewable Energy Projects: Negotiating Power Purchase Agreements - Structuring Terms to Meet State and Federal Renewable Power Standards.

This live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A will focus on PPA negotiations including a discussion of the key ...

On February 28, 2012, the court in Maria Esther Rey v. Madera Unified School District (February 28, 2012) held that a county committee on school district organization may not be held liable under the California Voting Rights Act ("CVRA," Elections Code § 14025 et seq.) when the county committee has taken no action to impose or apply an election method on behalf of one of its school districts. The court also upheld the trial court’s decision to reduce by over 90%, the amount of attorneys’ fees awarded to plaintiffs in the case.

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