Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

It’s Time for L.A. County to Update How it Governs to More Equitably Serve its 10 Million Residents

To many, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors remains a powerful, yet mysterious body. For too long we’ve accepted that it can function a bit like Oz. If, as a county, we aspire to emerge a more equitable and just region after the throes of the pandemic – governance transformation is a critical step. COVID-19 shone a light on the inherent inequity in how all levels of government have made policy and investments that have intentionally left behind entire communities. Were we blind, blind folded or indifferent to these systemic inequities? Regardless of the impairment, transparency and participation or

Foley and Lardner Secure Victory in Bruce’s Beach Case for County Supervisors

Foley & Lardner LLP secured a victory on behalf of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors last week when Honorable Judge Michael Beckloff of the Los Angeles County Superior Court denied a County resident’s petition for a writ of mandate in an attempt to block the transfer of Bruce’s Beach back to the legal heirs of Charles and Willa Bruce.

Judge Mulls Parts of Harassment, Retaliation Suit vs. Inglewood Mayor

A judge said today that he is taking under submission three claims within a lawsuit brought by a former girlfriend and executive assistant of Inglewood Mayor James Butts Jr. who alleges she was wrongfully fired in 2019 and that the mayor acted “every bit like a Black Donald Trump.”

The 10th Council District Hosts ‘Snow Night in Leimert’

This past Friday night in Leimert Park Plaza, the 10th Council District, in collaboration with the Empowerment Congress and surrounding businesses and community partners, hosted a special free ‘Snow Night in Leimert Park’ holiday celebration for families in the community.