Public entities today are facing an ever increasing barrage of lawsuits, writs, and Public Records Act Requests. Despite this, they also face budget shortfalls, increasing demands for services, transparency, and accountability. For over 20 years, WPGCH attorneys have been representing public entities and have handled a wide range of public entity matters ranging from premises liability claims, to sexual molestation lawsuits, to pension matters. We are well versed in all types of litigation faced by public entities today and are very familiar with the Government Code, the Tort Claims Act, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, the Education Code, and the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (“the 37 Act”), among others. The firm regularly handles closed session board meetings for dozens of public entities throughout Southern California and is well equipped to take on any challenge public entities may face. For more information regarding our practice of public entity law, Contact us today.
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