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Digest for Week of May 4th, 2016

Government Law Case Summaries

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Arizona v. Arpaio

May 2, 2016
Labor & Employment Law, Government Law
(California Court of Appeal) - In an action challenging provisions of Arizona's identity theft laws, which prohibit using a false identity to obtain employment, the district court's judgment is: 1) vacated as to the preliminary injunction; 2) reversed as to the finding regarding the merits of plaintiffs' facial preemption claim where Arizona's employment-related identity theft laws were not preempted in all applications by the Immigration Reform and Control A; and 3) dismissed as to the appeal by Maricopa County where the appeal did not fall within one of the narrow categories where invoking pendent jurisdiction would be proper.
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Cal. Public Records etc. v. County of Stanislaus

April 28, 2016
Government Law
(California Court of Appeal) - In an action for writ of mandate to compel the County of Stanislaus to reduce the fees it charges for copies of official records, alleging the fees of $3 for the first page and $2 for each subsequent page exceeded County's cost of providing the service and, therefore, violated Government Code section 27366, which states that copying fees 'shall be set by the board of supervisors in an amount necessary to recover the direct and indirect costs of providing the product or service,' the trial court's denial of the writ is reversed where, in light of the evidence on record, the County’s board of supervisors abused its discretion when it set the copying fees.
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