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March 17, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Rutan & Tucker, a major Orange County law firm that specializes in advice to local governments, said Monday it has lured five local corporate-law experts away from a large regional firm. Partners Gilbert N. Kruger, Gregg Amber and Larry Cerutti and associates Kent M. Clayton and Cristy G. Lomenzo left Snell & Wilmer's Irvine office. They are experienced at representing small high-tech companies, a growing part of Orange County's economy.
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March 17, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Rutan & Tucker, a major Orange County law firm that specializes in advice to local governments, said Monday it has lured five local corporate-law experts away from a large regional firm. Partners Gilbert N. Kruger, Gregg Amber and Larry Cerutti and associates Kent M. Clayton and Cristy G. Lomenzo left Snell & Wilmer's Irvine office. They are experienced at representing small high-tech companies, a growing part of Orange County's economy.
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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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July 19, 1986 | JODY BECKER, Times Staff Writer
If Victor and Fern Ganish don't agree to finish turning their Irvine home into a castle within 180 days, city officials may hire their own contractor to complete the project. That's the latest proposed solution to a dispute between the Ganishes and their Kron Street neighbors that began in 1982, when the couple first began transforming their standard tract home into a highly stylized baroque abode--with turrets and a rock-studded facade.
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October 29, 1987 | JEFFREY MILLER, Times Staff Writer
After revealing that the Three Valleys Municipal Water District had lost the entire $1.5 million it invested with E. F. Hutton & Co. Inc., the district's board of directors voted last week to take legal action against the investment firm. The board voted 4 to 1 to have the district's attorneys study the legal options available to Three Valleys in seeking recovery of the lost money. The board is expected to approve a specific legal strategy at its next meeting Wednesday.
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