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June 21, 2006 | Christian Berthelsen, Times Staff Writer
Orange County supervisors Tuesday retreated from tough talk against a law firm that had advised Sheriff Michael S. Carona to suspend a department veteran who ran against him in the June 6 election. Supervisors said last week that they wanted to review Fullerton-based Jones & Mayer's contract with the county and were told it could be canceled immediately. But after a hearing in which supervisors emphasized that they should have been informed about the firm's work, they took no action.
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June 21, 2006 | Christian Berthelsen, Times Staff Writer
Orange County supervisors Tuesday retreated from tough talk against a law firm that had advised Sheriff Michael S. Carona to suspend a department veteran who ran against him in the June 6 election. Supervisors said last week that they wanted to review Fullerton-based Jones & Mayer's contract with the county and were told it could be canceled immediately. But after a hearing in which supervisors emphasized that they should have been informed about the firm's work, they took no action.
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July 6, 2011 | By Joseph Serna, Los Angeles Times
Costa Mesa cannot lay off employees by outsourcing their jobs to private companies until the city goes through proper legal steps, an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday. In a preliminary injunction barring the city from implementing its outsourcing plans, Judge Tam Nomoto Schumann said Costa Mesa must follow necessary steps if it plans to replace 213 employees primarily with private workers. The city issued the layoff notices in March. City officials, meanwhile, said they believed they were in compliance with the law and should be able to execute their austerity measures.
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