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May 25, 2005 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
With its legal bills approaching $500,000 in its suit against the Angels, the city of Anaheim has reached agreements in which their lawyers work for discounted hourly rates and incentive bonuses. City Atty. Jack White declined to say how much bonus money the lawyers could receive if Anaheim wins, or whether the lawyers would get a fixed amount or a percentage of damages assessed against -- or settlement with -- the Angels.
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May 25, 2005 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
With its legal bills approaching $500,000 in its suit against the Angels, the city of Anaheim has reached agreements in which their lawyers work for discounted hourly rates and incentive bonuses. City Atty. Jack White declined to say how much bonus money the lawyers could receive if Anaheim wins, or whether the lawyers would get a fixed amount or a percentage of damages assessed against -- or settlement with -- the Angels.
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August 6, 1992
Western Digital Corp. Chief Executive Roger Johnson has been tapped to serve a fourth year as chairman of the UCI Foundation, UC Irvine's primary fund-raising organization, university officials announced. Other officers named to the not-for-profit foundation's board of directors include: Gary Hunt, Irvine Co. executive vice president; Kathryn Thompson, developer; Thomas Yuen, former co-chairman of AST Research Inc. in Irvine; Richard P.
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March 27, 1999 | SCOTT MARTELLE
A dozen Jewish lawyers and judges this week completed a 2 1/2-year-long tractate of Talmud, meeting in monthly sessions to study ethical lessons contained in Pirkei Avot, or "Ethics of the Fathers." Following Jewish tradition, the group celebrated Wednesday with a siyum--in this case, a pastrami lunch at the Orange County Bar Association.
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July 16, 1986 | JUAN ARANCIBIA, Times Staff Writer
More than 500 claims by Fullerton homeowners alleging that the city was negligent in allowing construction of their homes next to a hazardous waste dump were rejected by the City Council Tuesday on grounds that they were filed too late. City Atty. R.K. Fox said the 542 claims filed June 19 failed to meet the statute of limitations for taking legal action on alleged damage.
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November 23, 1995 | KATHRYN BOLD
A petroleum giant, an upscale clothing retailer and several law firms were among a dozen Orange County businesses honored Sunday for their contributions to the local arts community. More than 300 guests, including many of Orange County's leading movers and shakers, gathered at the Pacific Mutual building in Newport Beach for the 14th annual Business in the Arts Awards staged by the Orange County Business Committee for the Arts.
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May 18, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Refuting claims of lavish paychecks and extravagant perks, a study released Friday comparing public and private-sector compensation concluded that the salaries and benefits paid to county employees are largely on par with those of nongovernment workers. The long-awaited report, funded by the county and prepared over the last four months by an independent consulting firm, found that county workers earned salaries within the "market rate" for more than 70% of the positions compared.
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May 17, 1990 | DAN WEIKEL and WENDY PAULSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Councilwoman and real estate agent Sally Anne Sheridan, under fire for her role in the sale of the city attorney's house, has also acknowledged being involved in the sale of homes for 14 city employees and eight executives of the Irvine Co. over the last six years.
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February 6, 1996 | STEVEN LOWERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Laws are inoperative in war. --Cicero * It is not everything you'd expect. What you'd expect is a lot louder and a good deal meaner. Competitive? Of course. That's why losing teams show up with 6-foot-6 guys who have just been hired in the mail room. Intense? "They're intense when they mow the lawn," says one wife. They're lawyers. Yet this scene, 10 of them running and sweating and banging bodies in a Corona del Mar elementary school gymnasium, is practically devoid of nastiness.
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