A Bay Area woman sued her husband’s employer after she became infected with COVID-19. The California Supreme Court found that giving her workers’ comp could set a precedent that would imperil the system.
Any recourse to possible inaccuracies or omissions on Gilmor’s Form 700s is up to the Fair Political Practices Commission – and Santa Clara voters – and not via lawsuits, because of a legal battle she won in 2021.
The California Supreme Court decided Monday that local governments can require developers to supply a certain percentage of below-market-rate housing as a condition of building permits. The landmark ruling ends a years-long legal battle for San Jose.