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Appellate Court Public Records Act Decision Leaves Questions Unanswered

When the decision in City of San Jose v. Superior Court was announced, many public agency employees and officials were relieved to read that the Court of Appeal agreed with the city: communications on public officials’...more

When Innovation Outpaces the Law: Public Officials’ Private Devices, Accounts & the California Public Records Act

Part of JD Supra's series on innovation and the law. If a public official sends a text about the agency’s business from his or her personal phone on an account for which he or she foots the bill, is the text a public record?...more

Communications From Officials' Private Cell Phones and E-Mail Not Subject to Public Records Act

Public Agencies are Free to Adopt Their Own Policies Regarding Access to Private Communications on Public Issues - A California Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that public agencies are not required to disclose...more

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