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January 7, 2000 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
A state court judge Thursday dismissed claims by the cities of Los Angeles and San Jose that the nation's four largest cigarette companies had failed to warn nonsmokers about the dangers of secondhand smoke. Nonetheless, San Diego Superior Court Judge Ronald S.
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BUSINESS
June 18, 1987
San Jose settled with Drexel Burnham Lambert over a suit the city filed to recoup a $60-million bond market loss, according to the city attorney's office. The city will receive $850,000 under the settlement with the firm, one of 13 investment brokers the city sued three years ago. Salomon Bros. agreed last October to pay $250,000.
NEWS
January 7, 2000 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
A state court judge Thursday dismissed claims by the cities of Los Angeles and San Jose that the nation's four largest cigarette companies had failed to warn nonsmokers about the dangers of secondhand smoke. Nonetheless, San Diego Superior Court Judge Ronald S.
NEWS
June 29, 1987
Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc., a large New York brokerage firm, has agreed to pay the city of San Jose $300,000 to settle its portion of a lawsuit stemming from the city's $60-million investment loss three years ago. The city lost the money, and for a time was in danger of not meeting its payroll and other short-term obligations, because speculative investments in the long-term bond market hampered its cash flow.
NEWS
February 3, 1989
The San Jose police officers' union has filed suit against the city, charging that inadequate staffing contributed to the shooting death of a police officer by a crazed gunman last month. "The situation probably would have been resolved if there had been two officers there," said Carm Grande, president of San Jose Police Officers' Assn. Officer Gene Simpson, 45, was killed Jan.
NEWS
February 3, 1989
The San Jose police officers' union has filed suit against the city, charging that inadequate staffing contributed to the shooting death of a police officer by a crazed gunman last month. "The situation probably would have been resolved if there had been two officers there," said Carm Grande, president of San Jose Police Officers' Assn. Officer Gene Simpson, 45, was killed Jan.
NEWS
June 29, 1987
Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc., a large New York brokerage firm, has agreed to pay the city of San Jose $300,000 to settle its portion of a lawsuit stemming from the city's $60-million investment loss three years ago. The city lost the money, and for a time was in danger of not meeting its payroll and other short-term obligations, because speculative investments in the long-term bond market hampered its cash flow.
BUSINESS
June 18, 1987
San Jose settled with Drexel Burnham Lambert over a suit the city filed to recoup a $60-million bond market loss, according to the city attorney's office. The city will receive $850,000 under the settlement with the firm, one of 13 investment brokers the city sued three years ago. Salomon Bros. agreed last October to pay $250,000.
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