Tag: Dennis Herrera
Ruling expected this week to block accrediting agency’s closure decision or reject lawsuits against it.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed suit against Monster Beverage Monday, on the heels of Monster filing suit against Herrera last week. The city’s suit calls Monster’s business practices around its energy drinks “unfair, deceptive, and unlawful” and asserts that Monster violates both California’s health and safety code and its business and professions code. […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Monster Beverage is suing San Francisco’s city attorney over demands that the energy drink maker reduce the amount of caffeine in its drinks and change its marketing practices. The company, based in Corona (Riverside County), says it’s being unfairly singled out by City Attorney Dennis Herrera, who late last year had […]
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has cleared the way for San Francisco’s ban on most displays of public nudity to take effect on Feb. 1. U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen ruled Tuesday that the city ordinance prohibiting adults from displaying their genitals does not violate the free speech rights of people who […]
(Bay City News) A judge today upheld his tentative ruling denying suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s bid to remove City Attorney Dennis Herrera from his suspension proceedings. In a brief hearing this morning in San Francisco Superior Court, Judge Harold Kahn denied the motion by Mirkarimi, 50, who was suspended last month by Mayor […]
In a court filing, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera argued today that he is qualified to handle the official misconduct case against the city’s suspended sheriff, Ross Mirkarimi. (Read a pdf of the filing here.) In papers filed Monday, Herrera rebutted Mirkarimi’s April 13 contention that his office should be disqualified. Mirkarimi pled guilty […]
Yesterday San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced he had filed an “intent to sue” the CPUC and federal regulators for not enforcing federal pipeline safety standards. The notice of intent to sue Herrera delivered late today is a legally-required precursor to civil litigation by San Francisco, which will seek a federal court order to […]