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April 23, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sending a long-simmering battle into uncharted legal territory, Orange County's top judges issued a court order Tuesday demanding that county officials allocate an additional $23 million to keep county courts operating at what the jurists called a "sufficient level." The amount is far more than the $8.5 million the courts tentatively agreed to receive through June under a deal worked out with county negotiators earlier this month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sending a long-simmering battle into uncharted legal territory, Orange County's top judges issued a court order Tuesday demanding that county officials allocate an additional $23 million to keep county courts operating at what the jurists called a "sufficient level." The amount is far more than the $8.5 million the courts tentatively agreed to receive through June under a deal worked out with county negotiators earlier this month.
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November 18, 1995 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Superior Court judge on Friday agreed to allow former patients involved in the UC Irvine fertility clinic scandal to allege in their lawsuits that they were victims of theft, which might allow them to collect more money if they win. The lawsuits against the university and three former fertility specialists allege that eggs and embryos were stolen and that some were implanted in women without the donors' permission.
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November 18, 1995 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Superior Court judge on Friday agreed to allow former patients involved in the UC Irvine fertility clinic scandal to allege in their lawsuits that they were victims of theft, which might allow them to collect more money if they win. The lawsuits against the university and three former fertility specialists allege that eggs and embryos were stolen and that some were implanted in women without the donors' permission.
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May 12, 1994 | LESLIE EARNEST
Hoping to overturn its most staggering legal defeat, Laguna Beach will hire two high-profile attorneys--including a former U.S. secretary of education--to appeal a $19-million judgment won by landowners in the Diamond-Crestview neighborhood. City officials announced they will hire Shirley Hufstedler, secretary of education under President Jimmy Carter, and Otto M.
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