July 29, 2008
California Supreme Court Accepts Case On Public Use of Private Lawyers
The California Supreme Court has accepted review in County of Santa Clara v. Superior Court (S163681). The question presented is whether a public entity may retain private counsel to prosecute a public nuisance abatement action under a contingency fee agreement. In the lower court's decision, the California Court of Appeal approved the practice.
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