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Judicial Council Watcher Lashes Out at Yolo’s Dave Rosenberg [TLR Note: DR now under greater scrutiny in NO PC Warrant as recent EXIF Data obtains from Matkins proves beyond doubt JC’s Robinson of UCI Foundation (as is Dunn) part of embezzlement scheme]

We call Judge Rosenberg our favorite hockey puck because much like a hockey puck, he doesn’t seem to know what side he’s on. Today we’re in receipt of a second non-credible Paul Jones article featuring Dave Rosenberg. Paul Jones works for Daily Journal Corporation, the same Daily Journal Corporation that collects millions from the AOC every year to maintain Sustain. So when we see an article that looks a bit suspicious, we rely upon our media company’s guidance and take serious our obligation to gather more information and if it warrants we’ll either expand on the story or cry foul.

This time it will be the latter.

Unlike the Daily Journal Corporation, we have no connection to and therefore are not beholden to anyone in California’s judicial branch. Unlike other media, we don’t fear a loss of judicial access because we have direct rank-and-file access to the people that work with and surround our judges and justices on a daily basis.

Ever since the days of Amy Yarborough who did a few hard hitting pieces on the AOC, the Daily Journal Corporation appears to be selling out to the AOC. In an apparent effort to protect and preserve their income stream, they’ve released several one-sided articles of a questionable nature.  The ones we’re crying foul on today are two articles done by both Paul Jones featuring  ACJ  & Judicial Council  member Judge Dave Rosenberg.

In both of these articles, Dave is crying foul and complaining that the Alliance of California Judges isn’t a democratic institution and that they don’t practice what they preach. Paul Jones alleges in his articles for whatever reason that the Alliance of California Judges has no comment with respect to Rosenberg’s allegations. So we sent out a few emails seeking to find out more information about the latest Paul Jones article where Judge Rosenberg is complaining that he did not have the opportunity to elect the President, the treasurer or the secretary and that the ACJ does not practice what it preaches with respect to (Judicial Council) Democratization.

Without going further we would first question the merits of his argument.

A private organization promoting democracy isn’t democratic so why should a public entity be democratic?

Is crack cocaine a problem in Yolo county or does that argument come from smoking cow pies?

Nonetheless, we chose to pursue the story. Partly because we were afraid our hip-waders weren’t quite deep enough to trudge through that B.S. but mostly because the claim rings hollow. As you might already know, we’re real sticklers when it comes to hypocrisy and if we see hypocrisy we’re not about to brush it aside. It’s just too juicy for us to resist.

To become a member of the ACJ, Rosenberg sent an email. He wasn’t asked to pay any membership fees, he was just asked to send an email to become a member because that is all that is required. Judge Rosenberg has let one thing be clear. He’s made it abundantly clear that he wishes to preserve the status quo and his big fish in a small pond status. Now for our part, we already picked a few good articles and took a few goes at big Dave, most notably in our articles “Judge Rosenberg takes the point and is picked off” and “The Rosenberg Rebuttal – By Judge Robert Dukes“ Having his big fish small pond opinion snuffed out twice, he took to hiding behind paid publications mistakenly assuming he is out of our reach.

Sorry Dave.
 
Well, not really.

In about three hours, we received all of the answers to our email. If only Judge Rosenberg or Paul Jones had sent an email, they might have likely got the same replies we did. We sought to clarify Judge Rosenberg’s allegations about the ACJ being a non-democratic institution with its members unable to vote, voice concern, choose members or steer policy.

Frankly, we would suggest that if he needs an organization to manipulate, he need only keep his dues paid at the CJA. (yeah –  low blow – sorry CJA)

In response to how the new executive positions in the ACJ came to be, we received this reply and frankly, it seems like a democratic process to us but hey, you be the judge and tell us if it makes sense and sounds like a democratic process of a private organization to you.

When we reviewed this reply, the first thing that popped in our head was a Nancy Pelosi wanting to join the conservative coalition or Glenn Beck wanting to join moveon.org.

Sure, you can join, but you don’t share the same views or values as the rest of them so you’re probably not going to be that big fish and it’s going to be an unfriendly pond.

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The Alliance of California Judges was formed on September 11, 2009. Thereafter, we became a private 501(c)(6) mutual benefit corporation.

Our original directors were chosen upon our formation. Since that time, several more directors have been added to increase the size and geographical diversity of our board. In each instance, this was by a vote of the board of directors. All of our directors have been elected from those who have expressed a willingness and desire to serve, and each has demonstrated a commitment to the goals of the Alliance. At this point, no one who has expressed interest in serving has been denied that opportunity, though of course private organizations are free to organize their governance structures in any way they see fit and in a manner that ensures that the goals of the organization are best served.

Fortunately, we have had no difficulty in identifying individuals who have a proven track record of speaking out against waste and abuse. Any active judge is free to join the Alliance, including those who who do not actively support the goals of the organization. However, those individuals would understandably not be likely to seek, nor be asked to assume, a leadership position.

We are a grass roots voluntary association, operated pursuant to our bylaws. We welcome all judges as members and we urge them all to become more involved in the organization. Directors are all full-time judges and justices, who work incredibly long hours at their jobs and then volunteer hundreds more hours each year on their own time. To this point, nearly every director has incurred considerable expenses for which no reimbursement has been requested or paid, as we do not have a mandatory dues schedule, though we do accept voluntary non-tax deductible donations. Unlike the Judicial Council, we are not a public agency and we are not able to establish and fund an administrative staff with taxpayer money.

The Alliance directors met at our annual meeting on December 11, 2012, and voted to install Judge Steve White as president. Judge Lampe was gracious enough to continue on as executive director. Directors may resign or be chosen to join the board, as needed, and the board has never failed to consider input from any member with respect to the leadership and direction of the association.

Source@: http://judicialcouncilwatcher.wordpress.com/2012/12/19/democracy-paul-jones-a… 

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Related stories :  

EXIF Data, please see @:

http://lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2012/12/17/disgraced-federal-judge-morrison-en…

 

Mark Robinson, please see @:

https://lesliebrodie.wordpress.com/category/mark-robinson/

 

Allen Matkins, please see @:

https://lesliebrodie.wordpress.com/category/allen-matkins/

 

CaliforniaALL, please see @:

http://californiaall.posterous.com/

 

No probable cause search warrant (whereas Judge Dave Rosenberg is under scrutiny for “clearing the way”), please see @:

http://lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2012/03/06/in-letter-to-ninth-circuit-judges-c…

 

 

 

Addendum to UC Regent Richard Blum of CB Richard Ellis: Judicial Council Member and UCI Foundation Director — Robinson Calcagnie & Robinson’s Mark Robinson

Mark Robinson of Robinson Calcagnie Robinson
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE FOUNDATION: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Joseph Dunn, Erwin Chemerinsky, Mark Robinson

Richard Blum
VOICE OF OC: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Kinde Durkee, Joseph Dunn, Erwin Chemerinsky, Thomas Giradi, James Brosnahan.  See relevant stories HERE and HERE


J STREET PAC: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Controversial Indian gambling attorney RICO defendant Howard Dickstein — member of both Anti-Israel’s J Street PAC and J Street Gang of Greed, alongside Jerry Brown ; Dickstein’s wife, State Bar of California Board of Governors Public Member RICO defendant Jeannine English – Dickstein of AARP.


STATION CASINOS: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Controversial Indian gambling attorney RICO defendant Howard Dickstein — member of both anti-Israel J Street PAC and J Street Gang of Greed, alongside Jerry Brown ; Dickstein’s wife, State Bar of California Board of Governors Public Member RICO Defendant Jeannine English – Dickstein of AARP.

Richard Blum
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA’s SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, operative Donna Lucas, Marty Africa (alleged paramour of James Brosnahan – self proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” / mastermind-legal counsel to CaliforniaALL / Voice of OC Director ) and University of California Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s deposed marine researcher turned financier — Tony Haymet of CleanTECH / Pegasus Capital / Phillips & Associates

Richard Blum
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and California Democratic Party Chairman, Former Cocaine Addict, “Sordid Sexual-Harasser” — John Burton

Richard Blum
UC BERKELEY FOUNDATION/CaliforniaALL: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Freada Klein Kapor of OBAMA FOR AMERICA/THE KAPOR CENTER, and Gibor Basri (both Kapor and Basri directors of CaliforniaALL — Basri,surreptitiously so)

Richard Blum
The Mary Robinson Foundation: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and husband of Freada Klein Kapor — OBAMA FOR AMERICA’s tech-guru Mitch Kapor


UC / HAAS/ GOLDMAN / ZELLERBACH CONNECTION : Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and CaliforniaALL Director Carry Zellerbach


CityView / CB Richard Ellis:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; CityView‘s Victor Miramontes, Chairman of CaliforniaALL; CityView’s Henry Cisneros

Robert Hamilton of Allen MatkinsKarina Hamilton
CB Richard Ellis / Allen Matkins / UC Irvine:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Allen Matkins‘s Robert Hamilton and Spouse — Karina Hamilton of UC Irvine / Saturday Law Academy.  EXIF Data obtained  from Allen Matkins’ photo is a source of grave conc

TIMELINE November 18, 2007 – Erwin Chemerinsky faces the challenge of drumming up millions to open UC Irvine’s facility in 2009

One of Erwin Chemerinsky’s jobs as dean of UC Irvine’s new law school will be to create a reputation for legal scholarship for the school. But it’s his other job — chief fundraiser — that will either make or break the fledgling school.

Chemerinsky’s challenge — raising tens of millions of dollars to open the school in 2009, erect buildings and fund an endowment — comes at a time of unprecedented fundraising in higher education, and for law schools in particular.

Although the controversy over Chemerinsky’s recent hiring, firing and rehiring has raised questions about the leadership of UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake, experts in philanthropy say it probably will have little or no effect on raising money.

“If they hadn’t rehired him, the school would have been finished . . . as far as academics is concerned,” said Brian Leiter, a professor of law and philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin who blogs on issues affecting law schools. “If anything, the public at large now sees Erwin Chemerinsky as the greatest constitutional scholar of all time because he got so much good press. It might inspire donors.”

What will matter, experts say, is Chemerinsky’s lack of fundraising experience and the fact that UC Irvine’s law school has no alumni whose wallets it can tap.

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UCI already has three such commitments. The foundation of Irvine Co. Chairman Donald Bren gave $20 million, which got him naming rights. The Joan Irvine Smith & Athalie R. Clarke Foundation and Newport Beach attorney Mark P. Robinson Jr. pledged $1 million each.

“What is different for our law school is that for most universities, fundraising depends a great deal on the alumni base,” Chemerinsky said..

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Chemerinsky knows, however, that he will be the de facto development director as founding dean — a role he has never played before.

“I’m not very far along in conversations with donors,” he said. “I’m at Duke this year. I was committed to teach here before accepting the UC Irvine job.

“It’s hard to do that across the country,” Chemerinsky said. “Realistically, I’m not going to be able to be seriously involved in development until we get out there at the end of June. I so look forward to selling my dream to Orange County and Southern California.”

Chemerinsky said he is laying the groundwork for his fundraising effort by recruiting high-profile faculty who will inspire donors.

“We are talking to nine people seriously, all of them big names,” Chemerinsky said. “Our goal is to recruit a faculty equal to any top 10 or 20 law school.”

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Major donations — Source: UC Irvine

Gifts/pledges received by the UC Irvine Donald Bren School of Law as of Oct. 7.

$1 million-plus gifts/pledges

Bren Foundation: $20,000,000

Joan Irvine Smith & Athalie R. Clarke Foundation: $1,000,000

Mark Robinson: $1,000,000

Law firm pledges

Allen Matkins: $100,000

Anne Andrews: $100,000

Gibson Dunn: $100,000

Irell & Manella: $100,000

Jones Day Foundation: $100,000

Knobbe Martens: $100,000

Latham & Watkins: $100,000

Morrison & Foerster: $100,000

O’Melveny & Myers: $100,000

Payne & Fears: $100,000

Snell & Wilmer: $100,000

Winthrop Couchot: $25,000

Dorsey & Whitney: $17,500

Law Office of Michael Fields: $1,000

Norman H. Green: $100

Source @: http://articles.latimes.com/2007/nov/18/local/me-uci18

WHOIS/GoDaddy search results for: ALLENMATKINSDIVERSITY.COM — blog launched by Adam Stock of Allen Matkins on August 2011 — followed by a fraudulent press-release dated “September 2010” and fraudulent blog entries dated “April 2010” – according to YR

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Three Embarcadero Center
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Administrative Contact:
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Allen Matkins
Three Embarcadero Center
12th Floor
San Francisco, California 94111
United States
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Three Embarcadero Center
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San Francisco, California 94111
United States
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For related stories, please see @:

https://lesliebrodie.wordpress.com//?s=Allen+Matkins+

TIMELINE Sept. 30, 2010 — Allen Matkins Announces Launching of “Diversity & Community Involvement Blog” (TLR Note: notice date September 2010 as entries dated April 2010 dealing with UCISAL — “suspect,” according to YR)

Allen Matkins Launches Diversity & Community Involvement Blog

Source: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Publications/Press-and-Media/2010/09/30_09_2010_A…

Firm Uses New Technologies to Support and Promote Diversity, Community and Pro Bono Activities

LOS ANGELES – Sept. 30, 2010 – Clients of leading California law firm Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP can turn to a new resource to learn about the firm’s diversity, community and pro bono activities.  The Allen Matkins Diversity & Community Involvement blog (allenmatkinsdiversity.com) is part of the firm’s movement into Web 2.0 and social networking technologies to connect with its clients and community.

“We have received an increasing number of requests from clients for articles and information about our activities,” said Adam L. Stock, director of marketing and business development for Allen Matkins.  “The firm has always been active in the communities it serves.  Communicating about our actions in a public forum is a significant shift for us.  While Allen Matkins is well known for building relationships through events – techniques that ‘Baby Boomers’ are comfortable with – we are working to also enhance our relationships with those who are more comfortable with new media and technology.”
Allen Matkins has an active diversity program chaired by its director of diversity, Guy Rounsaville, Jr., and by Andrea Clay, a partner in the firm’s San Francisco office.  The firm’s diversity and community involvement programs include providing legal services pro bono, community and client outreach programs as well as internal development programs.

“We live in the most multicultural and diverse state and the better we understand those issues, the better we can serve our current and future clients,” said Rounsaville.  “Ensuring that we have an inclusive environment strengthens our business and attracts talented attorneys and staff.”

Allen Matkins is committed to ethical leadership, giving back to its community, providing equal opportunities for all, and stewardship of the environment.  The firm has a long history of providing pro bono legal services to individuals and organizations in the communities in which it practices and elsewhere.

As part of its diversity efforts Allen Matkins will be participating and sponsoring the California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) 21st Annual Business Conference – “The Beauty of Diversity” – at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco on September 30 – October 1, 2010.  The conference brings together in-house and outside counsel to discuss cutting-edge legal issues and recognizes legal departments for their diversity efforts. 

Over the last year Allen Matkins developed its LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter presences.  Earlier this year the firm launched California Corporate Law Blog (calcorporatelaw.com), which has been nominated as an ALM Top Business Law Blog.  California Corporate Law is edited by Keith Paul Bishop, a partner in the firm’s Orange County office.

Recent Diversity & Community Involvement blog entries include:

To read the Allen Matkins Diversity & Community Involvement blog, follow it on Twitter, or subscribe to a daily newsletter or RSS Feed, go to allenmatkinsdiversiy.com.

ABOUT ALLEN MATKINS

Allen Matkins, founded in 1977, is a California-based law firm with approximately 220 attorneys in four major metropolitan areas of California: Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco and San Diego. The firm’s core specialties include real estate, real estate and commercial finance, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, land use, natural resources, environmental, corporate and securities, intellectual property, joint ventures, taxation, employment and labor law, and dispute resolution and litigation in all these matters. For more than 30 years, Allen Matkins has helped clients turn opportunity and challenge into success by providing practical advice, innovative solutions and valuable business opportunities. When clients’ challenges require experienced trial counsel, Allen Matkins has a proven track record of successful litigation before juries, judges and arbitrators.

Allen Matkins is located on the web at www.allenmatkins.com.

Source@: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Publications/Press-and-Media/2010/09/30_09_2010_A…

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SUSPECT

Source@:

http://allenmatkinsdiversity.com/2010/04/saturday-academy-of-law/

 

 

Allen Matkins Web Page Re Saturday Law Academy

 

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Allen Matkins EXIF Data 1

 

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The Make Believe Launching of SAL — originally published in 2011

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredemeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

 

 

 

TIMELINE Sept. 30, 2010 — Allen Matkins Announces Launching of “Diversity & Community Involvement Blog” (TLR Note: notice date September 2010 as entries dated April 2010 dealing with UCISAL — “suspect,” according to YR)

Allen Matkins Launches Diversity & Community Involvement Blog

Source: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Publications/Press-and-Media/2010/09/30_09_2010_A…

Firm Uses New Technologies to Support and Promote Diversity, Community and Pro Bono Activities

LOS ANGELES – Sept. 30, 2010 – Clients of leading California law firm Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP can turn to a new resource to learn about the firm’s diversity, community and pro bono activities.  The Allen Matkins Diversity & Community Involvement blog (allenmatkinsdiversity.com) is part of the firm’s movement into Web 2.0 and social networking technologies to connect with its clients and community.

“We have received an increasing number of requests from clients for articles and information about our activities,” said Adam L. Stock, director of marketing and business development for Allen Matkins.  “The firm has always been active in the communities it serves.  Communicating about our actions in a public forum is a significant shift for us.  While Allen Matkins is well known for building relationships through events – techniques that ‘Baby Boomers’ are comfortable with – we are working to also enhance our relationships with those who are more comfortable with new media and technology.”

Allen Matkins has an active diversity program chaired by its director of diversity, Guy Rounsaville, Jr., and by Andrea Clay, a partner in the firm’s San Francisco office.  The firm’s diversity and community involvement programs include providing legal services pro bono, community and client outreach programs as well as internal development programs.

“We live in the most multicultural and diverse state and the better we understand those issues, the better we can serve our current and future clients,” said Rounsaville.  “Ensuring that we have an inclusive environment strengthens our business and attracts talented attorneys and staff.”

Allen Matkins is committed to ethical leadership, giving back to its community, providing equal opportunities for all, and stewardship of the environment.  The firm has a long history of providing pro bono legal services to individuals and organizations in the communities in which it practices and elsewhere.

As part of its diversity efforts Allen Matkins will be participating and sponsoring the California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) 21st Annual Business Conference – “The Beauty of Diversity” – at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco on September 30 – October 1, 2010.  The conference brings together in-house and outside counsel to discuss cutting-edge legal issues and recognizes legal departments for their diversity efforts. 

Over the last year Allen Matkins developed its LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter presences.  Earlier this year the firm launched California Corporate Law Blog (calcorporatelaw.com), which has been nominated as an ALM Top Business Law Blog.  California Corporate Law is edited by Keith Paul Bishop, a partner in the firm’s Orange County office.

Recent Diversity & Community Involvement blog entries include:

To read the Allen Matkins Diversity & Community Involvement blog, follow it on Twitter, or subscribe to a daily newsletter or RSS Feed, go to allenmatkinsdiversiy.com.

ABOUT ALLEN MATKINS

Allen Matkins, founded in 1977, is a California-based law firm with approximately 220 attorneys in four major metropolitan areas of California: Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco and San Diego. The firm’s core specialties include real estate, real estate and commercial finance, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, land use, natural resources, environmental, corporate and securities, intellectual property, joint ventures, taxation, employment and labor law, and dispute resolution and litigation in all these matters. For more than 30 years, Allen Matkins has helped clients turn opportunity and challenge into success by providing practical advice, innovative solutions and valuable business opportunities. When clients’ challenges require experienced trial counsel, Allen Matkins has a proven track record of successful litigation before juries, judges and arbitrators.

Allen Matkins is located on the web at www.allenmatkins.com.

Source@: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Publications/Press-and-Media/2010/09/30_09_2010_A…

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Allen Matkins Web Page Re Saturday Law Academy

 

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Allen Matkins EXIF Data 1

 

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Allen Matkins EXIF Data 2

 

 

The Make Believe Launching of SAL — originally published in 2011

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredemeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

 

 

 

Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis’ Profile of Adam Stock — Director of Marketing and Business Development (TLR Note: published for purpose of demonstrating Mr. Stock proficient in field of “Computer Science”)

Adam Stock is the Director of Marketing and Business Development at Allen Matkins. Adam leads marketing and client development initiatives for firm members as well as practice areas and industry groups. He oversees the firm’s branding, external communications and client relationship support.  Prior to joining Allen Matkins, Adam was the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Dorsey and Whitney LLP.

Adam brings his passion of marketing and technology to helping law firms doing a better job providing value to their clients. Before joining the legal profession, Adam hired outside law firms as a high technology executive for Adobe Systems, Auctiva Corporation, Electronics for Imaging, Inc., and several start-up companies.

He is frequent speaker on law firm sales, technology and video. Adam is the Chair of the 2011 and 2012 Legal Marketing Technology Conference/West. He is President-Elect of the Legal Marketing Association – Bay Area Chapter. He is a Board Member of the Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO). 

Significant Achievements

  • 2012 Member of the Year, Legal Marketing Association – Bay Area Chapter.
  • 2012 LMA International Awards: 1st place – Interactive marketing; 2nd place – Newsletters; 3rd place – Websites.
  • Chairman of LMA Bay Area’s Legal Marketing Technology Conference 2011. Increased attendance 50% and tripled sponsor revenue, and created award-winning promotional videos.
  • Dorsey Marketing Department named top 15 Law Firm Marketing Department by American Lawyer Media, 2005.
  • Featured as “Legal Sales Pioneer,” in 2005 and named “Motivator of the Year 2004” by Sales and Marketing Management Magazine.
  • Founded a successful online auction management services company facilitating over $400M in online transactions annually.
  • Early member and key contributor at six startup companies, two of which went public (EFI & Liberate).
  • Closed partnership deals with Fortune-500 companies including AOL, Cablevision, Comcast, HP & IBM.
  • Presented at over 75 professional and financial conferences.

Memberships

  • Legal Marketing Association (LMA) – Bay Area Chapter, President-Elect, Bay Area Chapter, Co-Chair of Legal Marketing Technology Conference.
  • Hildebrandt Institute, Social & Digital Media For Law Firms 2012, Conference Co-Chair. 
  • Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO), founder and board member.
  • Northern California Association of Legal CMOs, founding member.
  • Personal Broadband Industry Organization (PBIA), co-founder.

Education

  • B.A. from Yale University, cum laude, computer science and molecular biophysics & biochemistry

Source@: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Stock-Adam/Biography.aspx

Robert Hamilton (aka Bob Hamilton) Profile from Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis [TLR Note: Spouse of Karina Hamilton of UC Irvine / UCISAL — a well-known and well-respected activist in and around Santa Ana]

Robert M. Hamilton is a partner in the Orange County office where he focuses his practice on business and tax planning. He served as the Managing Partner of the Orange County office from 2005 to 2011. Robert has a broad-based commercial transactional practice including the formation, financing, merger and reorganization of joint ventures, partnerships, and limited liability companies, public and private syndicated offerings, real property taxation and general business tax planning. Robert has been involved in the formation and reorganization of a wide variety of commercial, residential, industrial, retail and other types of real estate partnerships and joint ventures. His experience includes numerous mergers, restructures and workouts of multiple partnerships and other entities.

He has been involved in forming private equity funds for real estate investments and a variety of other types of businesses. His tax planning expertise includes the structuring of transactions to minimize the impact of discharge of indebtedness income to existing entities in connection with the workout and/or write down of real estate loans in the partnership context. He has also been involved in tax planning for tax deferred exchanges and involuntary conversions.

Robert spearheads the Annual Orange County Business Leaders Survey and Briefing, a joint project between Allen Matkins and the UC Irvine Center for Real Estate. The survey collects qualitative information from the leaders of Orange County’s major companies concerning what is currently driving their decisions, motivating successful growth, and setting their expectations for the future. The survey participants are then invited to a Briefing event where the results are presented. The goal of the project is to share information that can be used to understand market trends as well as to begin to identify areas of potential growth in Orange County’s diverse industries. 

Please continue @: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Hamilton-Robert/Biography.aspx

Betrayed By Photo EXIF Metadata: John McAfee Admits He’s Really In Guatemala (TLR Note: Similar to story of Metadata obtained from photos posted by Allen Matkins which incriminate Allen Matkins, Robert and Karina Hamilton)

A Facebook page shows photos of John McAfee, the founder of the eponymous anti-virus company. The story of John McAfee just keeps getting weirder. If you remember, the McAfee anti-virus software founder is on the lam, wanted for questioning in Belize for the shooting death of Gregory Faull, another expat who lived near him.

 

McAfee claims he’s innocent and the victim of a corrupt government who is trying to get him.

Yesterday, the story took a surprising turn when Vice Magazine bragged that they had scooped everyone because they were “with John McAfee right now, suckers.”

Along with the short story, the magazine posted a picture taken with an iPhone, and as The Next Web explains the magazine simply forgot to scrub the picture of the location metadata included within.

For a guy on the run, that’s not great news. The Next Web tracked the GPS coordinates to a location in Guatemala near the Belize border.  Please continue @: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2012/12/04/166487197/betrayed-by-metadata…

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The Make-Belief Launching of SAL — originally published in 2011

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredemeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

 

 

 

Addendum to UC Regent Richard Blum of CB Richard Ellis: Allen Matkins’ Bob Hamilton and Spouse Karina Hamilton of UC Irvine / SALUCI (TLR Note: Notice entry re EXIF Data)

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE FOUNDATION: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Joseph Dunn, Erwin Chemerinsky

Richard Blum
VOICE OF OC: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Kinde Durkee, Joseph Dunn, Erwin Chemerinsky, Thomas Giradi, James Brosnahan.  See relevant stories HERE and HERE


J STREET PAC: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Controversial Indian gambling attorney RICO defendant Howard Dickstein — member of both Anti-Israel’s J Street PAC and J Street Gang of Greed, alongside Jerry Brown ; Dickstein’s wife, State Bar of California Board of Governors Public Member RICO defendant Jeannine English – Dickstein of AARP.


STATION CASINOS: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Controversial Indian gambling attorney RICO defendant Howard Dickstein — member of both anti-Israel J Street PAC and J Street Gang of Greed, alongside Jerry Brown ; Dickstein’s wife, State Bar of California Board of Governors Public Member RICO Defendant Jeannine English – Dickstein of AARP.

Richard Blum
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA’s SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, operative Donna Lucas, Marty Africa (alleged paramour of James Brosnahan – self proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” / mastermind-legal counsel to CaliforniaALL / Voice of OC Director ) and University of California Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s deposed marine researcher turned financier — Tony Haymet of CleanTECH / Pegasus Capital / Phillips & Associates

Richard Blum
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and California Democratic Party Chairman, Former Cocaine Addict, “Sordid Sexual-Harasser” — John Burton

Richard Blum
UC BERKELEY FOUNDATION/CaliforniaALL: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein, Freada Klein Kapor of OBAMA FOR AMERICA/THE KAPOR CENTER, and Gibor Basri (both Kapor and Basri directors of CaliforniaALL — Basri,surreptitiously so)

Richard Blum
The Mary Robinson Foundation: Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and husband of Freada Klein Kapor — OBAMA FOR AMERICA’s tech-guru Mitch Kapor


UC / HAAS/ GOLDMAN / ZELLERBACH CONNECTION : Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein and CaliforniaALL Director Carry Zellerbach


CityView / CB Richard Ellis:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; CityView‘s Victor Miramontes, Chairman of CaliforniaALL; CityView’s Henry Cisneros

Robert Hamilton of Allen MatkinsKarina Hamilton
CB Richard Ellis / Allen Matkins / UC Irvine:
Richard Blum — Regent of the University of California and husband of United States Senator from California Dianne Feinstein; Allen Matkins‘s Robert Hamilton and Spouse — Karina Hamilton of UC Irvine / Saturday Law Academy.  EXIF Data obtained  from Allen Matkins’ photo is a source of grave conc

Related stories, please see HERE and HERE and HERE

Daily Journal Article Re Cruz Reynoso, Karina Hamilton — Spouse of Allen Matkins’ Bob Hamilton (TLR Note: notice name of Orange County Judge Frances Munoz — may be of interest to esteemed legal scholar and champion of justice Dan Dydzak )

It’s not always clear to law firms trying to implement diversity programs how to reach
out to the next generation in the community in a meaningful way, when many young people in that
community have had little positive experience with the law – and their path to higher
education is filled with challenges. Bringing students into the firm for a pizza lunch
discussion with attorneys is a popular event that can open the eyes of low-income minority kids.
Mentoring programs and internships are profoundly important. But sometimes, a special event
with a historical figure can be transformational.

Filmmaker Abby Ginzberg is a documentarian of social justice heroes. But it’s not
just the filming of people like Thelton Henderson (“Soul of Justice: Thelton
Henderson’s American Journey”) or Arthur Kinoy (“Doing Justice: the Life and Trials
of Arthur Kinoy”). Ginzberg plans the timing of her documentaries so that the subject
can tour with the film to communities across the country once they are completed. For
diversity-oriented law firms, this can be an opportunity to bring youngsters face to face
with a historical figure who is eager to answer their questions and inspire them to
pursue their dreams.

A poignant example of this took place last June with the Orange County screening of
the documentary, “Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice,” which was attended by
50 high school students who participate in the UC Irvine Saturday Academy of Law, or
SAL. SAL hosts a series of Saturday morning classes for Santa Ana Unified School
District ninth graders, focusing on three main objectives for the students: improving
their writing and public speaking skills and helping them learn about the law as a
profession. Two hundred college-bound students have gone through this program,
which was launched in 2009.

Our Diversity Committee’s Community Outreach subcommittee organized the event
and co-hosted it with the Orange County Diversity Task Force. The Orange County Bar
Association, Orange County Hispanic Bar Association, Orange County Asian American
Bar Association, Mexican American Bar Foundation, Public Law Center, and the
Orange County Bar Foundation all participated. Judge Frances Munoz, the first
Latina appointed to the State Bar, was there, as was UC Irvine vice chancellor Manuel
Gomez. Altogether about 150 people attended, including Ginzberg and Justice Reynoso.
While there are plenty of people creating films that touch on diversity, Ginzberg is an
inspired partner for an event of this kind. An attorney who practiced for 10 years, she’s
documented successes of programs for at-risk and under served youth, AmeriCorps
members, and those who have been at the front lines of civil rights and grass roots
justice issues.

She strongly believes that these screenings are far from opportunities to preach to the
choir. “The choir is a handful of people like myself devoted to social justice issues,” she
emphasizes. “The people who come to these screenings are people who haven’t thought
about any of this. They see a Hispanic surname in the title of the film and have enough
pride in their community that they want to see who this person is. They leave feeling
inspired.” But, she adds, this film is not simply for Hispanics. “I’m looking for a diverse
audience for every film I do. This film has done a really good job of reaching beyond the
choir to people who have never heard of him.
And, just in case you haven’t heard of him, Reynoso was born into a large Spanish-
speaking farm worker family in Brea. Despite his father’s insistence that he forego his
education and work to help support the family, he stood his ground and attended
Pomona College and then UC Berkeley Law School, graduating in 1958. From there he
became the first Latino director of California Rural Legal Assistance and then one of the
first Latino law professors in the United States, when he joined the faculty of the
University of New Mexico Law School. Years later he was appointed to the state
Supreme Court by Gov. Jerry Brown and later lost his seat in a divisive recall election
that centered around the death penalty. Reynoso returned to private practice and also
joined the faculty of the UCLA School of Law until 2001. In 2000, he served as vice
chair on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which addressed the voting rights abuses
in the 2000 election in Florida. Capping his career was receiving the nation’s highest
civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, by President Bill Clinton. Today, he
teaches law at UC Davis Law School.

“You take someone whose life has traversed really interesting parts of history and
through the prism of biography you can teach history,” explains Ginzberg. “And
through the lens of history, teach a little biography. They’re mutually reinforcing
efforts. My job is to preserve their legacy and help create role models.”
She believes there’s a good reason to select older subjects. “They’re not going to be
around forever,” she notes. “If you pick your people carefully – and I do – that ability of an older person to inspire young people is pretty strong. Cruz manifests respect from
young people and has a liveliness of spirit that kids can respond to. And many of these
kids have never met anyone as successful as him. Cruz has been particularly open and
willing to do this. He’s humble and he’s accessible. It’s been an honor to go out with
him.”

Ginzberg has gone out with Cruz to many community screenings. At a recent
Alameda County Office of Education event celebrating “History Day” at a local high
school, the question came up about re-establishing civil discourse when there are so
many polarized fights going on. Ginzberg says that Reynoso and others of his
generation talk to young people about the importance of negotiating. “He told these
students that it doesn’t mean you can’t take your cause to the streets, but you don’t
make it impossible to communicate with the people you’re opposing. That’s a message
these kids need to hear from someone who fought big battles in his time.”
The documentary, of course, is important as an introduction to someone like Justice
Reynoso. But the power of the event seems to be cemented in what happens afterwards.
For the SAL students, it was a profoundly inspirational connection.

“The students were absolutely captivated,” recalls Karina Hamilton, SAL’s founding
director and now a volunteer with UC Irvine Mentors. “They learned about California
history and the civil rights movement through Justice Reynoso. And he was so
engaging. He answered all their questions, which ranged all over the place, including
the new Arizona law and immigration, his background, and what kind of student he
was.”

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Profiles of John Tipton and Alain R’bibo in Support CB Richard Ellis client of Allen Matkins (TLR Note: Highly relevant to fraud by Matkins in re web of SALUCI / CaliforniaALL / UC / Blum / Sordid / Dunn / Durkee / Voice of OC / MoFo / Misc )

John M. Tipton is the Operating Partner of the Century City office and he is one of the top attorneys in California with respect to acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, and asset management. John represents his clients in actively buying and selling raw land, office centers, shopping centers, mixed use projects, hotels and residential projects throughout the United States. He also has extensive experience in representing owners, operators, and partners in all types of development, construction, management and operating agreements.
Representative Clients

    British Telecom
    Blackstone Real Estate
    CALPERS
    CALSTRS
    CB Richard Ellis Investors
    Columbia Development
    CommonWealth Partners
    Duesenberg Investment Company
    Empire Commercial Real Estate
    Equitable Life
    Extended Stay America
    Federal Realty Investment Trust
    Foster Enterprises
    General Electric Credit Equities, Inc.
    Helio LLC
    Hines Interests Limited Partnership
    Hillman Properties
    Homestead Village Management
    JMB Properties Company
    JMB/Urban Development Company
    Jupiter Realty Corporation
    Lubert-Adler
    Macquarie Cook Energy, LLC
    Maguire Properties
    Mervyn’s
    Miller/Davis/J.H. Snyder Joint Venture
    Morgan Stanley Real Estate Group
    National Beverage Properties
    OTO Development LLC
    Park Tower Realty Corp.
    Prudential Real Estate Investors
    RAD Investors
    Raytheon Company
    SHM Partners
    Swiss Bank Corporation
    Sumitomo Life Realty (N.Y.), Inc.
    TMW Real Estate Group
    Tishman Speyer Properties L.P.
    Topa Equities, Ltd.
    1999 Women’s World Cup
    Watt Commercial Properties

Source@: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Tipton-John.aspx

Alain R’bibo is a partner in our Century City office where his practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions. Alain’s practice covers a wide variety of real estate matters, with an emphasis on advising clients in the acquisition, disposition, leasing and day-to-day management and operation of commercial real estate across the country, including office, retail, industrial and multifamily properties. Alain has represented a diverse group of clients, ranging from private individuals and closely-held entities, to REITs, pension funds and institutional owners and investors, including:

    Hines
    Kilroy Realty
    TIAA-CREF
    Blackstone
    CarrAmerica
    Lubert-Adler
    Sumitomo Life Realty
    Brookfield
    First Beverage Capital
    Tishman Speyer
    Maguire Properties
    Westfield
    CB Richard Ellis
    JPMorgan
    Beacon Capital
    MGA Entertainment
    Duesenberg Investment Company

Source@:  http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Rbibo-Alain.aspx

Profiles of John Tipton and Alain R’bibo in Support CB Richard Ellis client of Allen Matkins (TLR Note: Highly relevant to fraud by Matkins in re web of SALUCI / CaliforniaALL / UC / Blum / Sordid / Dunn / Durkee / Voice of OC / MoFo / Misc )

John M. Tipton is the Operating Partner of the Century City office and he is one of the top attorneys in California with respect to acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, and asset management. John represents his clients in actively buying and selling raw land, office centers, shopping centers, mixed use projects, hotels and residential projects throughout the United States. He also has extensive experience in representing owners, operators, and partners in all types of development, construction, management and operating agreements.
Representative Clients

    British Telecom
    Blackstone Real Estate
    CALPERS
    CALSTRS
    CB Richard Ellis Investors
    Columbia Development
    CommonWealth Partners
    Duesenberg Investment Company
    Empire Commercial Real Estate
    Equitable Life
    Extended Stay America
    Federal Realty Investment Trust
    Foster Enterprises
    General Electric Credit Equities, Inc.
    Helio LLC
    Hines Interests Limited Partnership
    Hillman Properties
    Homestead Village Management
    JMB Properties Company
    JMB/Urban Development Company
    Jupiter Realty Corporation
    Lubert-Adler
    Macquarie Cook Energy, LLC
    Maguire Properties
    Mervyn’s
    Miller/Davis/J.H. Snyder Joint Venture
    Morgan Stanley Real Estate Group
    National Beverage Properties
    OTO Development LLC
    Park Tower Realty Corp.
    Prudential Real Estate Investors
    RAD Investors
    Raytheon Company
    SHM Partners
    Swiss Bank Corporation
    Sumitomo Life Realty (N.Y.), Inc.
    TMW Real Estate Group
    Tishman Speyer Properties L.P.
    Topa Equities, Ltd.
    1999 Women’s World Cup
    Watt Commercial Properties

Source@: http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Tipton-John.aspx

Alain R’bibo is a partner in our Century City office where his practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions. Alain’s practice covers a wide variety of real estate matters, with an emphasis on advising clients in the acquisition, disposition, leasing and day-to-day management and operation of commercial real estate across the country, including office, retail, industrial and multifamily properties. Alain has represented a diverse group of clients, ranging from private individuals and closely-held entities, to REITs, pension funds and institutional owners and investors, including:

    Hines
    Kilroy Realty
    TIAA-CREF
    Blackstone
    CarrAmerica
    Lubert-Adler
    Sumitomo Life Realty
    Brookfield
    First Beverage Capital
    Tishman Speyer
    Maguire Properties
    Westfield
    CB Richard Ellis
    JPMorgan
    Beacon Capital
    MGA Entertainment
    Duesenberg Investment Company

Source@:  http://www.allenmatkins.com/Professionals/Rbibo-Alain.aspx

Allen Matkins Facebook Page for April 2010 and June 2010 (TLR Note: Notice in April, no mention of visit by UC Irvine Saturday Academy of Law ; In June, ample coverage of social events i.e. Cruz Reynoso; conclusion: April visit never took place)

April 2010

  1. OC Attorney Keith Paul Bishop recently published an article in the Daily Journal regarding trading in private shares.

  2. Green Building Update – April 28, 2010
    The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) funded $4 billion in construction projects to make federal buildings more energy efficient.More than500 companies received contracts for 391 projects include retrofits of existing buildings and construction of new buildings. …

  3. Los Angeles Attorneys Timothy McGinity and Andrew Miller Elected to Partnership

  4. Renewable Energy Update – April 27, 2010
    Voters support increasing the use of wind power in the U.S. and adopting a strong Renewable Electricity Standard (RES), according to a national poll released by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). …

  5. OC attorney Keith Paul Bishop was interviewed by Michael Finney of KGO AM 810 about how the Securities and Exchange Commission’s amending Rule 144 a few years ago opened the door to trading of non-reporting issuers on the Internet.

  6. You may need to amend your estate planning documents.

    Legal Alert: Repeal of the Estate Tax – What You Need to Know for 2010
    Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP is a California law firm with over 230 attorneys practicing out of seven offices in Orange County, Los Angeles, Century City, Del Mar Heights, San Diego, San Francisco and Walnut Creek. …

  7. Walnut Creek attorneys David Blackwell and Mike Durkee publish an article in the Daily Journal: “EIR for Prohibiting Plastic Bags?”

  8. Renewable Energy Update – April 20, 2010
    A revival in stock prices is reigniting interest in IPOs by environmental companies, spurring businesses from China to California to issue new shares. IPOs have increased as the MSCI World Index of stocks …

  9. Green Building Update – April 16, 2010
    Nearly 50 U.S. firms, including Google, GE, and AT&T, urged the President to let consumers know how much energy they use so they can decide where to cut back. The group said technology exists to let consumers see their power use. …

  10. Legal Alert: California Court of Appeal Rejects Insurance Company’s Attempt to Cap and Arbitrate Dam
    Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP is a California law firm with more than 220 attorneys practicing out of seven offices in Los Angeles, Century City, Orange County, Del Mar Heights, San Diego, San Francisco and Walnut Creek. …

  11. Renewable Energy Update – April 13, 2010
    A group of 47 companies and organizations, including several in the IT sector, have asked President Obama to take new steps that would allow homeowners and businesses to better monitor their energy use. …

  12. Renewable Energy Opportunities – April 14, 2010
    Los Angeles (213) 955-5504 pperry@allenmatkins.com Emily Murray Los Angeles (213) 955-5584 emurray@allenmatkins.com Kaylynn KimLos Angeles(213) 955-5645kkim@allenmatkins.com Eleanor M. Ord Los Angeles (213) 955-5653 eord@allenmatkins.com

  13. Green Building Update – April 9, 2010
    The economy may slow cap-and-trade in California, Arizona and the Nation. Citing the recession, Arizona backed out of a cap-and-trade plan with other states and parts of Canada. Meanwhile, the California …

  14. Renewable Energy Update – April 6, 2010
    The California Public Utilities Commission has tapped experts at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to help the state stimulate solar energy research and build a sustainable solar industry. …

  15. Green Building Update – April 1, 2010
    The EPA crowned Los Angles as the city with the most Energy Star buildings in 2009. LA had 293 Energy Star-labeled buildings or over 76 million square feet of floor space, with an estimated cost savings …

June 2010

  1. Renewable Energy Update – June 29, 2010
    Biomass proponents see themselves as a positive force in the effortagainst fossil fuels, the New York Times reports. But power generated by burning wood, plants and other organic material, which makes up 50% of all renewable energy produced in the U.S., according to federal statistics, is facing inc…

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  2. Green Building Update – June 25, 2010
    The DOE announced awards of $76 million in funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to support advanced energy-efficient building technology projects and the development of training programs for commercial building equipment technicians, building operators, and energy auditors.

  3. The Air District’s new comprehensive CEQA Guidelines provide tools for local agencies to use in making smart development decisions that protect residents from harmful air emissions and reduce greenhouse gases.

    Legal Alert: Bay Area Air District Adopts Groundbreaking CEQA Thresholds of Significance for Greenho
    Los AngelesPatrick A. Perry, Partner Patrick E. Breen, PartnerChris Safarian, Partner Michael Gonzales, Sr. Counsel Emily Murray, Sr. Counsel Kaylynn L. Kim, AssociateEleanor M. Ord, Associate Orange CountyWilliam R. Devine, Partner John C. Condas, Partner K. Erik Friess, PartnerMi…

  4. Green Building Update – June 23, 2010
    A new reportreleased by Greenpeace International provides a detailed scenario for the global energy future that describes how governments can create 12 million jobs by 2030 (8.5 million in the renewable energy sector alone), and achieve nearly 100% renewable energy globally by 2050. The report provi…

  5. Renewable Energy Update – June 22, 2010
    The annual KPMG survey on global renewable energy mergers and acquisitions found 37% of respondents plan to invest in biomass, 36% plan to invest in solar and 35% in wind energy. Survey respondents indicate they prefer biomass plants because of their potential to yield higher returns than other rene…

  6. OC attorney Keith Paul Bishop recently published an article in the Daily Journal regarding when California’s corporate law applies to derivitave suits involving foreign corporations.

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  7. Sustainable Industries unveils its 2010 Top 10 Green Building Product winners in a free one-hour web conference tomorrow at 10 a.m.

    California-based judges Kris Kimble, CEO of The Green Hive and Barry Giles, CEO of BuildingWise discuss thSee More

  8. Renewable Energy Update – June 15, 2010
    U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu gave limited support to a Republican senator for introducing an alternative climate bill that would limit emissions by less than President Barack Obama wants to, but would also take steps to reduce U.S. …

  9. San Diego attorneys Lynn Borkenhagen and Charlie Pernicka wrote an article that appeared in the June 11 issue of GlobeSt.com regarding real estate investors seeking to take advantage of low prices for distressed residential properties and construction defect liability that may result.

    GlobeSt.com – Didnt Build? Why Are you Being Sued for Defects? – Commentary Article
    SAN DIEGO-Broken residential projects make attractive targets for real estate investors seeking to take advantage of low prices, but these projects come with a hidden cost.

  10. Green Building Update – June 14, 2010
    In October 2009, President Obama signed E.O. 13154 that included green building standards for the construction and renovation of all federal buildings. The DOE is proposing regulations to comply with E.O. …

  11. Bryan Jackson wrote an article regarding Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) and affordable green home improvements that appeared in the Spring 2010 issue of Green Homebuilder.

    Greenhomebuildermag Magazine: Departments
    builder and developer magazine by peninsula publishing, Reaching the Professionals of the Home Building Industry Nationwide- From Hawaii to Maine. building manufacturers, Construction material distributors, construction material retailer, construction materials buyers guide, home design ideas, onlin…

  12. Mike Durkee and Dave Blackwell wrote an article regarding the Williamson Act and siting implications for California projects for Solar Industry magazine.

  13. OC Partner Keith Paul Bishop recently published an article in The Daily Journal regarding drafting contract amendments and determining whether the amendment is subject to the California Corporate Securities Law (CSL).

  14. Marshall Wallace Joins Litigation Practice Group in San Francisco Office

  15. OC Partner Bill Devine recently published an article regarding the slow pace of utility scale solar development in California.

  16. Renewable Energy Update – June 8, 2010
    ‘Not in my backyard’ opposition, or NIMBY-ism, can cause delays and added expenses in delivering projects, and in some cases, has led to them being cancelled. Measures to combat such objections have been developed and implemented by New Zealand-based firm, Truescape. …

  17. Green Building Update – June 8, 2010
    Alleging their $4.5 million condo is not green enough (NGE), the unit owners are suing The Riverhouse One Rockefeller Park for $1.5 million.The Riverhouse, which is seeking LEED Gold certification, was …

  18. Allen Matkins hosted an event with the Orange County Diversity Task Force on Monday, June 7 – a screening of the documentary film, “Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice,” at the Sage Hill School in Newport Coast. Several organizations,See More

  19. Alan Hearty Joins Litigation Practice Group: Ireland Native Counsels Irish Companies and Government Agencies Doing Business in the U.S.

  20. Renewable Energy Opportunities – June 4, 2010
    Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) plans to issue its 2010 Solar Photovoltaic Program Power Purchase Agreement Request for Offers (RFO) once the RFO is approved by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). …

  21. If you are attending tomorrow’s ULI Urban Marketplace at the Anaheim Convention Center, be sure to stop by the the Allen Matkins table (table 25) where you can join in on a discussion with Partner John Condas on: New Trends in Land Use Regulation, and How to Keep Your Entitlements Alive

  22. Renewable Energy Update – June 1, 2010
    The U.S. and Canada should have more than enough power to keep homes and businesses cool during the peak summer air-conditioning season as a slow economy depresses electricity demand for the second year in a row, according to a reliability assessment report. …

  23. Great to see another Angeleno working hard for clean, sustainable efforts. Check out CleanTechLA and spread the word!

 

Source: http://www.facebook.com/allenmatkins

 

EXIF Data Obtained from Separate Photo Also Point to Fraud and Deceit by Allen Matkins In Re CaliforniaALL Financial Scheme

https://i0.wp.com/allenmatkinsdiversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/SAL02.jpgClaim by Allen Matkins photo was taken on on April 6, 2010, please see@:http://allenmatkinsdiversity.com/2010/04/saturday-academy-of-law/
In actuality, however, Allen Matkins’s photo has an EXIF Data with an original date of January of 2007.  See below:
Photo URL

Media_httpallenmatkin_ffcdj

Photo

Exif data

Permalink: http://www.findexif.com?l=3Q1oOD6xpsRM

Color Space sRGB Components Configuration YCbCr Compressed Bits Per Pixel 4 bits/pixel
Compression JPEG (old-style) Contrast None Custom Rendered Normal process
Date/Time 2010:05:17 09:45:31 Date/Time Digitized 2007:01:24 15:54:57 Date/Time Original 2007:01:24 15:54:57
Exif Image Height 480 pixels Exif Image Width 824 pixels Exif Version 2.21
Exposure Bias Value 0 EV Exposure Mode Auto exposure Exposure Program Portrait mode
Exposure Time 1/200 sec F-Number F8 File Source Digital Still Camera (DSC)
Flash Flash did not fire, auto FlashPix Version 1.00 Focal Length 5.8 mm
ISO Speed Ratings 125 Image Description Light Source Unknown
Make SONY Max Aperture Value F2.8 Metering Mode Multi-segment
Model DSC-W80 Orientation Top, left side (Horizontal / normal) Resolution Unit Inch
Saturation None Scene Capture Type Portrait Scene Type Directly photographed image
Sharpness None Software Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows Thumbnail Data [6939 bytes of thumbnail data]
Thumbnail Length 6939 bytes Thumbnail Offset 822 bytes Unknown tag (0xc4a5) 80 114 105 110 116 73 77 0 48 51 48 48 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0
White Balance Auto white balance X Resolution 72 dots per inch Y Resolution 72 dots per inch
YCbCr Positioning Datum point

Allen Matkins v. The Leslie Brodie Report – which version of the truth do you believe? – Part 2: Exif Data Obtained from Photo Published by Allen Matkins Proves Event Took Place in 2007 — NOT in 2010

Allen Matkins’ version,, which allegedly took place in 2010:

https://i2.wp.com/allenmatkinsdiversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/SAL01.jpg

image source: allenmatkinsdiversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/SAL01.jpg

As part of this effort, on April 6, 2010, Allen Matkins hosted an office visit and luncheon for the inaugural class of the University of California — Irvine Saturday Academy of Law program (“SAL”). The SAL program consists of a group of outstanding 9th grade students from various public schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District, a school district where 92% of the students are Latino and 75% qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. SAL members attend six consecutive weeks of Saturday morning classes which emphasize the development of critical reading, writing and speaking skills. Additionally, the group participates in activities that create an understanding and excitement about the field of law.

Please see entire story @: http://allenmatkinsdiversity.com/2010/04/saturday-academy-of-law/

 

The Leslie Brodie Report’s version, which took place in 2007:

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen MatkinsPlease see source @: lesliebrodie.wordpress.com/2012/12/14/allen-matkins-v-the-leslie-brodie-report-which-version-of-the-truth-do-you-believe/

 

EXIF DATA

Almost all digital cameras save JPEG files with EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) data. Camera settings and scene information are recorded by the camera into the image file. Examples of stored information are shutter speed, date and time a photo was taken, focal length, exposure compensation, metering pattern and if a flash was used.  

(EXchangeable Image Format) Descriptive data (meta-data) in an image file that include the date the photo was taken, resolution, shutter speed, focal length and other camera settings. Developed in 1995 by JEIDA for JPEG images, EXIF data was later added to TIFF, RAW and other formats. Most digital cameras support EXIF and save the data in the file headers. However, when an image is edited, the EXIF data may sometimes be removed by the software.

 

EXIF DATA OF PHOTO PUBLISHED BY ALLEN MATKINS

The URL of the above photo published by Allen Matkins in 2010 is the following:

Media_httpallenmatkin_haspd

In order to extract the Exif Data from the photo, one can visit:

http://www.findexif.com

The shocking outcome — supports our claim that CaliforniaALL was a sham entity ab initio and that Sarah Redfield did not “launch” SALUCI in 2009 — provides the photo was first taken on January 24, 2007.

See original story @: lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2011/03/15/californiaall-part-8-unh-law-professor-sarah-e-redfield-in-the-make-belief-launching-of-sal-10828936/

Results of Exif Data, below:

Photo

Exif data

Permalink: http://www.findexif.com?l=Unxw2kJ

Color Space sRGB Components Configuration YCbCr Compressed Bits Per Pixel 4 bits/pixel
Compression JPEG (old-style) Contrast None Custom Rendered Normal process
Date/Time 2010:05:17 09:44:10 Date/Time Digitized 2007:01:24 14:53:28 Date/Time Original 2007:01:24 14:53:28
Exif Image Height 480 pixels Exif Image Width 640 pixels Exif Version 2.21
Exposure Bias Value 0 EV Exposure Mode Auto exposure Exposure Program Program normal
Exposure Time 0.04 sec F-Number F2.8 File Source Digital Still Camera (DSC)
Flash Flash did not fire, auto FlashPix Version 1.00 Focal Length 5.8 mm
ISO Speed Ratings 1600 Image Description   Light Source Unknown
Make SONY Max Aperture Value F2.8 Metering Mode Multi-segment
Model DSC-W80 Orientation Top, left side (Horizontal / normal) Resolution Unit Inch
Saturation None Scene Capture Type Standard Scene Type Directly photographed image
Sharpness None Software Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows Thumbnail Data [7102 bytes of thumbnail data]
Thumbnail Length 7102 bytes Thumbnail Offset 822 bytes Unknown tag (0xc4a5) 80 114 105 110 116 73 77 0 48 51 48 48 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0
White Balance Auto white balance X Resolution 72 dots per inch Y Resolution 72 dots per inch
YCbCr Positioning Datum point    

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Allen Matkins v. The Leslie Brodie Report – which version of the truth do you believe?

On April 13, 2010 Allen Matkins published part of the following:

https://i2.wp.com/allenmatkinsdiversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/SAL01.jpg

image source: allenmatkinsdiversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/SAL01.jpg

As part of this effort, on April 6, 2010, Allen Matkins hosted an office visit and luncheon for the inaugural class of the University of California — Irvine Saturday Academy of Law program (“SAL”). The SAL program consists of a group of outstanding 9th grade students from various public schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District, a school district where 92% of the students are Latino and 75% qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. SAL members attend six consecutive weeks of Saturday morning classes which emphasize the development of critical reading, writing and speaking skills. Additionally, the group participates in activities that create an understanding and excitement about the field of law.

Please see entire story @: http://allenmatkinsdiversity.com/2010/04/saturday-academy-of-law/

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On March 15, 2011 The Leslie Brodie Report published the following:

SAL Our Work

CaliforniaALL, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable entity, came about as a result of a San Francisco restaurant meeting between Ruthe Ashley (a Diversity Officer at CalPERS and Vice President of the State Bar of California) and Peter Arth, Jr., Chief of Staff to CPUC President Michael Peevey. Also present at that meeting was Professor Sarah E. Redfield.

CaliforniaALL’s alleged purpose was to award grants to entities that would increase minority participation in the “pipelines” that feed into industries such as finance, technology, and law.

Donations to CaliforniaALL came primarily from utility companies (including AT&T, Sempra Energy, and PG&E). In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2 million, including an unusually large sub rosa contribution of $780,000 from the State Bar of California Foundation in 2008. CaliforniaALL was abruptly dissolved in July 2010.

According to confidential sources, an ongoing multi-prong inquiry is continuing, with “major breakthroughs” the sources describe as “alarming.”

A source maintains that one aspect of the inquiry involves grave misconduct surrounding the circumstances by which the public was misled to believe that CaliforniaALL was responsible for the creation of the Saturday Law Academy (SAL) at U.C. Irvine (UCI) in 2009 when, in fact, the SAL at UCI has actually been in existence for many years.

These sources maintain that the inquiry involves personnel at CaliforniaALL, the State Bar of California, and the California Bar Foundation, as well as University of New Hampshire (“UNH”) School of Law Professor Sarah E. Redfield, who falsely took credit for the project.

A 5 Year Visit to Sacramento
Ms. Sarah E. Redfield is a tenured law professor at the UNH School of Law. She is an expert in the area of education, education jurisprudence, and matters relating to diversity in the legal profession.

Ironically, as one can see below, the faculty of UNH School of Law is approximately 98% Caucasian. See below a representative sample photo of the faculty. Either to maintain privacy or to make a statement, Prof. Redfield is camera-shy, and the below photo is as it appears on UNH’s website.
UNH1 UNH2 Faculty, Sara E. Redfield,

Between 2004 and 2008, Professor Redfield served as a “visiting” professor at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. From 2008-2009, she served as interim Executive Director of CaliforniaALL, as well as program director. Professor Redfield was paid $157,763 for her services while she was misclassified as an “independent contractor.” See http://tinyurl.com/Portia-Balthazar

At and around the time that Prof. Redfield was serving at McGeorge, Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker served as the law school dean, and currently remains in that position. According to Dean Parker, because the pool of available minority students was not large enough, law schools were “competing” amongst themselves for each qualified minority student.

Parker, former General Counsel of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), took matters into her own hands to create her own supply of well-qualified minority students from minority neighborhoods in the surrounding Sacramento area.

As circumstances presented themselves, particularly with the election of former NBA player Kevin Johnson as the mayor of Sacramento, an idea surfaced that McGeorge (and other law schools in their respective communities) would create their own supplies of qualified minority students by actively engaging the community of potential future students as early as junior high school. Activities would include mentoring, speaker series, field trips, on-site visits to the law schools, Saturday law classes, and the like.

Thus, with visiting Professor Redfield – an expert in the area of education and education law – various programs came about, such as Wingspread P20 Consortium. At McGeorge, a local program known as the “Pacific Pathways” was created by Professor Redfield. See below.
Pacific Pathways

Also employed at McGeorge as Assistant Dean for Career Services was Vice President of the State Bar of California, Ms. Ruthe Ashley, as well as State Bar Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Robert Hawley.

Ashley and Redfield were also involved with diversity-related matters within the State Bar of California as part of its council on access and fairness, and as the head of a working group referred to as “Education Pipeline, State Bar of California.”

Shortly, thereafter, Ashley left McGeorge to work at CalPERS as a “Diversity Officer” for External Affairs. As previously mentioned, Peter Arth, Jr. invited Ashley and Redfield to dinner, whereupon the idea for CaliforniaALL (initially known as Ca AAL) was memorialized on a paper napkin in approximately July 2007.

By the end of 2007, the State Bar of California, the CPUC, and CalPERS all agreed to enter into a partnership with CaliforniaALL, and to otherwise endorse the organization which had its first board meeting in November 2007. Two noted board members who were with CaliforniaALL from its inception until it was dissolved were James Hsu and Pat Fong-Kushida.

Fong-Kushida is a longtime acquaintance of Ashley, and served as President of the Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce. Fong-Kushida, along with Board of Governors member Gwen Moore, are both members of the California Utilities Diversity Council.

Similarly, James Hsu – a corporate attorney who advises companies regarding off-shore transactions and has a “China Specialty” – was actively involved in efforts to diversify the California workforce by attending CPUC meeting relevant to the matter.

Holly Fujie ,Ginger Bredemeier
Ms.Ginger Bredemeier(right), from May 2007 to May 2008 was employed at CalPERS as Administrative Assistant, Diversity Outreach Program. From May 2008 to August 2009 she was a “Writing Projects Manager – Human Resources and Grant Projects” at CaliforniaALL. Ms. Bredemeier was elected President of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) while a law student at McGeorge, and is seen here with Ms. Holly Fujie who in 2008 was serving both on the Board of Governors and the California Bar Foundation, participated in a scheme along with Ruthe Ashley, Patricia Lee, Judy Johnson and Leslie Hatamiya relating to the transfer of $780,000 in “hush-hush” funds from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL. (Photo :courtesy)

The Make-Belief Launching of SAL

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredemeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

 

Source: http://lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2011/03/15/californiaall-part-8-unh-law-profes…

TIMELINE April 13, 2010, Allegedly: Allen Matkins joins with the Orange County Diversity Task Force to host the Saturday Academy of Law Program for Santa Ana Unified School District Students (TLR Note: Notice photo TLR alleged — and still does — was tak

Source: http://allenmatkinsdiversity.com/2010/04/saturday-academy-of-law/

Allen Matkins joined the Orange County Diversity Task Force, a collaborative effort of professionals from top Orange County law firms and businesses that are committed to achieving cultural diversity in the legal profession. As part of this effort, on April 6, 2010, Allen Matkins hosted an office visit and luncheon for the inaugural class of the University of California — Irvine Saturday Academy of Law program (“SAL”).

The SAL program consists of a group of outstanding 9th grade students from various public schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District, a school district where 92% of the students are Latino and 75% qualify for the free or reduced lunch program. SAL members attend six consecutive weeks of Saturday morning classes which emphasize the development of critical reading, writing and speaking skills. Additionally, the group participates in activities that create an understanding and excitement about the field of law.

Seven members of the SAL program visited Allen Matkins. Allen Matkins Associate, Matt Fogt, served as office tour guide and the students (many of whom had never been in a multi-level office building) appeared interested in everything they saw. They were impressed by Allen Matkins’ professional yet fun environment and the friendliness of the attorneys and staff.

After the tour, the students and about 15 associates and partners got together for an informal pizza lunch. Attorneys offered insight into the legal profession and discussed their favorite (and not-so-favorite) aspects of the profession.

The students were given a fun Allen Matkins swag bag, with the most popular items being a set of Allen Matkins I-Pod speakers and thumb drive. It was a great experience for all involved and Allen Matkins distinguished itself as having the most attorney participation of the six different firms that hosted such similar office visits.

What is Exif Data?

Almost all digital cameras save JPEG files with EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) data. Camera settings and scene information are recorded by the camera into the image file. Examples of stored information are shutter speed, date and time a photo was taken, focal length, exposure compensation, metering pattern and if a flash was used.

Other formats that included EXIF data inclue RAW and TIFF files. Source: http://www.digicamhelp.com/glossary/exif-data/

(EXchangeable Image Format) Descriptive data (meta-data) in an image file that include the date the photo was taken, resolution, shutter speed, focal length and other camera settings. Developed in 1995 by JEIDA for JPEG images, EXIF data was later added to TIFF, RAW and other formats. Most digital cameras support EXIF and save the data in the file headers. However, when an image is edited, the EXIF data may sometimes be removed by the software.

EXIF Dates May Not Be the File Date
When photos are downloaded from the camera into the computer, the date assigned to the image files may be the date the photos were taken (EXIF date) or the date the photos were downloaded. Photo viewers may sort photos by the internal EXIF date without regard to file dates or name order. For example, Apple’s iDevices sort photos by EXIF date. In order to be displayed in a different sequence, they must be rearranged in Apple’s iPhoto application on the Mac and then downloaded. Source@: http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia_term/0,1237,t=EXIF&i=42848,00.asp

Privacy and security

Since the Exif tag contains information about the photo, it can pose a privacy issue. For example, a photo taken with a GPS-enabled camera can reveal the exact location and time it was taken, and the unique ID number of the device – this is all done by default – often without the user’s knowledge. By removing the Exif tag with software such as ExifTool before publishing, the photographer can avoid possible problems. Many users may be unaware that their photos are tagged in this manner. A whistleblower, journalist or political dissident relying on the protection of anonymity to allow them to report malfeasance by a criminal, corporate or government entity may find their safety compromised by this default data collection.

In December 2012, anti-virus programmer John McAfee was arrested in Guatamala while fleeing from alleged persecution[13] in Belize, which shares a border. Vice (magazine) had published an exclusive interview with McAfee “on the run”[14] that included a photo of McAfee with a Vice reporter taken with an Iphone 4S smart phone.[15] The photo’s metadata included GPS coordinates locating McAfee in Guatamala, and he was captured two days later.[16]

Source@:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exchangeable_image_file_format

Allen Matkins sponsors documentary film “Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice”

Allen Matkins hosted an event with the Orange County Diversity Task Force on Monday, June 7 – a screening of the documentary film “Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice” at Sage Hill School in Newport Coast.  Several organizations, judges, and students were invited to participate.  More than 150 people came to the school for the reception, film screening and Q&A with Justice Cruz Reynoso. Film maker Abby Ginzberg, Retired Judge Frances Munoz, Judge Salvador Sarmiento, and Orange County Superior Court Judge Fred Aguirre were also in attendance.

Nearly 50 students came from the UCIrvine Saturday Academy of Law, which hosts a series of Saturday morning classes for 9th grade students in the Santa Ana Unified School District to help them develop the skills they need to successfully pursue higher education and a potential career in the law.  Representatives from various organizations, including the Orange County Bar Association, Orange County Hispanic Bar Association, Orange County Asian American Bar Association, Mexican American Bar Foundation, Public Law Center, Orange County Bar Foundation, among others, also attended. Those from the firm involved in planning the event include Guy Rounsaville, Bob Hamilton, Susan Johnson, Pam Kuckelman and Ewelina Kajak.

Photos: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=229748&id=147856356223&ref=pb

An Evening with Justice Cruz Reynoso – Allen Matkins and CMCP

In November CMCP and Allen Matkins hosted a special screening of the documentary film Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice at the L.A. Live Regal Cinemas in downtown Los Angeles. Justice Reynoso and film maker Abby Ginzberg joined members of the legal and business communities, law students from For People of Color’s Pipeline Program, and high school students from Roosevelt High School and the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA to view this film documenting the life and achievements of Cruz Reynoso: the child, the lawyer, the judge and the teacher who fought for over five decades to eradicate discrimination and inequality.

The screening was preceded by a reception for the lawyers and law students at which Justice Reynoso graciously met and spent time with every attendee. After the screening, Justice Reynoso and Abby Ginzberg held a Q&A session at which the high school students asked a wide range of questions about Justice Reynoso’s life, his views on current issues and the making of the film. Justice Reynoso’s stories and reflections, and his unwavering commitment to equality, left a lasting impression on everyone who attended — from high school student to seasoned attorney.

URGENT: CaliforniaALLExposed — Scribd Website Containing Documents Relating to CaliforniaALL — Sabotaged (TLR Note: 1. Site belongs to YR; Specifically, sabotaged was the resume of Sarah Redfield which contains fraudulant statments 2. SAL/UofP

The Leslie Brodie is now reporting that a document titled ” Resume-CV-of-University-of-New-Hampshire-School-of-Law-Professor-Sarah-E-Redfield” has been sabotaged.

Said document is located @:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/48772426/10-Resume-CV-of-University-of-New-Hampshir…

Relevancy of said document relate to false and misleading information found on Redfield’s resume.

Additionally, it is also relevant to the inquiry surrounding University of Phoenix, John Burton, and Richard Blum.

As shown below, Sarah Redfield claims (falsely) that she had launched SALUCI with grants from Verizon and University of Phoenix.

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Originally posted on The Leslie Brodie Report ” The Make Belief Launching of SAL”, below:

 

 

 

SAL Our Work

CaliforniaALL, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable entity, came about as a result of a San Francisco restaurant meeting between Ruthe Ashley (a Diversity Officer at CalPERS and Vice President of the State Bar of California) and Peter Arth, Jr., Chief of Staff to CPUC President Michael Peevey. Also present at that meeting was Professor Sarah E. Redfield.

CaliforniaALL’s alleged purpose was to award grants to entities that would increase minority participation in the “pipelines” that feed into industries such as finance, technology, and law.

Donations to CaliforniaALL came primarily from utility companies (including AT&T;, Sempra Energy, and PG&E;). In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2 million, including an unusually large sub rosa contribution of $780,000 from the State Bar of California Foundation in 2008. CaliforniaALL was abruptly dissolved in July 2010.

According to confidential sources, an ongoing multi-prong inquiry is continuing, with “major breakthroughs” the sources describe as “alarming.”

A source maintains that one aspect of the inquiry involves grave misconduct surrounding the circumstances by which the public was misled to believe that CaliforniaALL was responsible for the creation of the Saturday Law Academy (SAL) at U.C. Irvine (UCI) in 2009 when, in fact, the SAL at UCI has actually been in existence for many years.

These sources maintain that the inquiry involves personnel at CaliforniaALL, the State Bar of California, and the California Bar Foundation, as well as University of New Hampshire (“UNH”) School of Law Professor Sarah E. Redfield, who falsely took credit for the project.

A 5 Year Visit to Sacramento
Ms. Sarah E. Redfield is a tenured law professor at the UNH School of Law. She is an expert in the area of education, education jurisprudence, and matters relating to diversity in the legal profession.

Ironically, as one can see below, the faculty of UNH School of Law is approximately 98% Caucasian. See below a representative sample photo of the faculty. Either to maintain privacy or to make a statement, Prof. Redfield is camera-shy, and the below photo is as it appears on UNH’s website.
UNH1 UNH2 Faculty, Sara E. Redfield,

Between 2004 and 2008, Professor Redfield served as a “visiting” professor at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. From 2008-2009, she served as interim Executive Director of CaliforniaALL, as well as program director. Professor Redfield was paid $157,763 for her services while she was misclassified as an “independent contractor.” See http://tinyurl.com/Portia-Balthazar

At and around the time that Prof. Redfield was serving at McGeorge, Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker served as the law school dean, and currently remains in that position. According to Dean Parker, because the pool of available minority students was not large enough, law schools were “competing” amongst themselves for each qualified minority student.

Parker, former General Counsel of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), took matters into her own hands to create her own supply of well-qualified minority students from minority neighborhoods in the surrounding Sacramento area.

As circumstances presented themselves, particularly with the election of former NBA player Kevin Johnson as the mayor of Sacramento, an idea surfaced that McGeorge (and other law schools in their respective communities) would create their own supplies of qualified minority students by actively engaging the community of potential future students as early as junior high school. Activities would include mentoring, speaker series, field trips, on-site visits to the law schools, Saturday law classes, and the like.

Thus, with visiting Professor Redfield – an expert in the area of education and education law – various programs came about, such as Wingspread P20 Consortium. At McGeorge, a local program known as the “Pacific Pathways” was created by Professor Redfield. See below.
Pacific Pathways

Also employed at McGeorge as Assistant Dean for Career Services was Vice President of the State Bar of California, Ms. Ruthe Ashley, as well as State Bar Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Robert Hawley.

Ashley and Redfield were also involved with diversity-related matters within the State Bar of California as part of its council on access and fairness, and as the head of a working group referred to as “Education Pipeline, State Bar of California.”

Shortly, thereafter, Ashley left McGeorge to work at CalPERS as a “Diversity Officer” for External Affairs. As previously mentioned, Peter Arth, Jr. invited Ashley and Redfield to dinner, whereupon the idea for CaliforniaALL (initially known as Ca AAL) was memorialized on a paper napkin in approximately July 2007.

By the end of 2007, the State Bar of California, the CPUC, and CalPERS all agreed to enter into a partnership with CaliforniaALL, and to otherwise endorse the organization which had its first board meeting in November 2007. Two noted board members who were with CaliforniaALL from its inception until it was dissolved were James Hsu and Pat Fong-Kushida.

Fong-Kushida is a longtime acquaintance of Ashley, and served as President of the Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce. Fong-Kushida, along with Board of Governors member Gwen Moore, are both members of the California Utilities Diversity Council.

Similarly, James Hsu – a corporate attorney who advises companies regarding off-shore transactions and has a “China Specialty” – was actively involved in efforts to diversify the California workforce by attending CPUC meeting relevant to the matter.

Holly Fujie ,Ginger Bredemeier
Ms.Ginger Bredemeier(right), from May 2007 to May 2008 was employed at CalPERS as Administrative Assistant, Diversity Outreach Program. From May 2008 to August 2009 she was a “Writing Projects Manager – Human Resources and Grant Projects” at CaliforniaALL. Ms. Bredemeier was elected President of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) while a law student at McGeorge, and is seen here with Ms. Holly Fujie who in 2008 was serving both on the Board of Governors and the California Bar Foundation, participated in a scheme along with Ruthe Ashley, Patricia Lee, Judy Johnson and Leslie Hatamiya relating to the transfer of $780,000 in “hush-hush” funds from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL. (Photo :courtesy)

The Make-Belief Launching of SAL

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredemeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

 

 

Barak Lurie of Lurie & Park (Spouse of Stacey Heller, Son of Prominent Editorial Cartoonist Ranan Lurie) Hereby Asked to Admit or Deny Matters Re: DOJ’s Tony West, Keker & Van Nest’s Chris Young, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, Thomas Girardi, Haim Saban

Admit that your name is Barak Lurie.

Admit your better half is Stacey Heller.

Admit or deny that in 2008, United States Department of Justice third-in-command Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, Keker & Van Nest’s Chris Young, CaliforniaALL’ Kamala Harris, as well as others conspired to embezzle and did in fact embezzle around $780,000.00 from the California Bar Foundation, via CaliforniaALL, to benefit “Obama for America.”

 

Admit that your father Ra’Anan Luria (AKA Ranan Lurie) has been described as “the Cartoon-Caesar”, “the king of American political cartoonists.”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Sir James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster — former prosecutor of Caspar Weinberger.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

 


Mr. Jeffrey Bleich, US Ambassador to Australia who was asked to resign amid national security concerns, please see HERE

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created non-profit entity CaliforniaALL..

Admit that pursuant to a conspiracy to defraud the public (by omission and otherwise) neither the California Bar Foundation “Newsroom,” nor the California Bar Journal ever acknowledged the largest grant ever bestowed. (see below)

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

 

Admit that Mr. Mario Camara served as president of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that Ms. Leslie Hatamiya served as executive-director of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer of whopping $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) and California Attorney General (Ms. Kamala Harris) were part of CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento. (see below)

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009. (see below)

 

SAL Our Work

 

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law “SALUCI” at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of SALUCI.

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when SALUCI group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

Admit that once created, CaliforniaALL hired Ruthe Catolico Ashley as executive-director. (see below)

CaliforniaALL hires Ruthe Ashley - Copy

 

Admit that around 2007-09 Ruthe Catolico Ashley was involved in various activities in connection with Obama for America (see below)

Ruthe Catolico Ashley ; CaliforniaALL; Obama for America

 

 

Admit that subsequent to the election of Barack Obama, CaliforniaALL begun slowly but surely to dissolve itself.

 

Admit that in September of 2009, Ruthe Catolico Ashley abruptly exited CaliforniaALL.

Ruthe Ashley Letter of Resignation

 

Admit that the current president of the State Bar of California — Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest — is African-American.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young) was also raising funds for “Obama for America.”

Admit that on June 2, 2007 Tony West, Chris Young, Jeffrey Bleich, Jim Brosnahan, and Jon Streeter (as well as Jon Streeter’s spouse, Dorine) hosted a fundraising on behalf of “Obama for America.” (see below)

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

Admit that subsequent to his employment with Morrison & Foerster and “Obama for America,” Chris J. Young commenced employment with Keker & Van Nest.

Admit John Keker prosecuted Oliver North.

Admit that you are a friend of Haim Saban.

Admit that one Tom Layton is a friend of Tom Girardi.

Tom Layton and Thomas Girardi - Copy
Mr. Thomas Girardi, President-Elect of IALA (far left) enjoys an authentic dinner, friendship and comradery during an IALA event. The gentleman at the center of the photo is Tom Layton — an investigator and an employee of State Bar of California.

Admit Mr. Girardi served as the president of IALA — Italian American Lawyers Association.

Admit IALA’s objective #3 (below) is improper, grammatically  and otherwise.

Media_httpdata7blogde_sdcpe

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) was part of CaliforniaALL – which was in partnership agreement with the State Bar of California.

Admit that both United States District Court Judge Hon. Morrison England and his spouse Torie Flournoy-England were part of CaliforniaALL.

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

Admit that once UC Davis quadriplegic law-student Sarah Granda filed a suit in federal court against the State Bar of California, neither the State Bar of California nor Judge Morrison England (who dismissed Granda’s case) disclosed to Granda the enmeshment between the State Bar of California, CaliforniaALL, Judy Johnson, Hon. Morrison England, and Torie Flournoy England.

Admit that a Yolo County-based Rabbi (YR) had filed an ethics complaint in connection with the failure to disclose potential conflicts of interests to plaintiff Granda against Judy Johnson, Mark Torres-Gil, Larry Yee, Holly Fujie, and Rachel Grunberg.

In fact, admit that YR exposed the entire scheme known as CaliforniaALL.

Admit that all your admissions and inquiries, if any, may be sent to yoloanrabbi@gmail.com and NOT to lesliebrodie@gmx.com.

Admit that Howard Dickstein is a member of J Street.

Admit that Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest pressed criminal charges against YR with the Yolo County District Attorney (“Jeff Reisig”) alleging the ethics complaint was “false and malicious.”

Deny that the complaint was “false and malicious”

Admit that 143 days ago the Yolo County DA executed a search at the home of YR confiscating all materials relating to CaliforniaALL.

Admit the Yolo County DA never returned said materials back to YR.

Admit that Tom Layton was part of the crew which  invaded YR place of residence.

Admit that since State Bar of California employees Judy Johnson and Patricia Lee were part of CaliforniaALL, the claim by Jill Sperber that “The State Bar had no involvment with CaliforniaALL once it was incoparated and operating” is false.

Letter Jill Sperber State Bar of California

 

Admit that it was YR who also exposed the scheme Girardi & Keese’s defense lawyer Jerome Falk of Howard Rice was appointed as “special prosecutor” to examine misconduct by Walter Lack and Thomas Girardi known as the matter of In Re Girardi.

 

Admit that subsequent to the appointment of Tony West as Acting Assistant Attorney General, and once his name appeared for the first time on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoer, Keker & Van Nest immediately removed the name of Chris J. Young from its web-site.

 Keker & Van Nest /MIA Name of Chris Young

 

Admit that the California Bar Foundation recently appointed Sonia Gonzales as its new executive-director as the prior executive-director had abruptly quit.

Admit that the spouse of Tony West (Ms. Maya Harris) is a former co-worker and close friend of Sonia Gonzales.

Admit that Mr. Willie Brown had stated that he is the mentor of Tony West.

Admit that Willie Brown is the ex-paramour of Tony West’s sister-in-law, Kamala Harris.


(L-R) John Keker, Kamala Harris, Maya Harris, Tony West and Willie Brown. John Keker is a long time mentor of Kamala Harris who is the sister of Maya Harris who is married to Tony West who is “mentee” of Willie Brown who is Kamala Harris’ former paramour.

Admit that John Keker is a long time mentor of Kamala Harris who is the sister of Maya Harris who is married to Tony West who is “mentee” of Willie Brown who is Kamala Harris’ former paramour.

In fact, admit that as matters presently stand, prima facie evidence creates the appearance that around 2007-2008 Morrison & Foerster attorneys James J. Brosnahan, Tony West, Chris Young (later of Keker & Van Nest) , Susan Mac Cormac, and Annette Carnegie conspired with Jeffrey Bleich and Kamala Harris to embezzle and did in fact embezzle around $780,000.00 from the California Bar Foundation, via CaliforniaALL, to benefit “Obama for America.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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12 Jul 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

After months of tireless effort & steadfast commitment, the CaALL Board of Dirs has voted to dissolve the org. more here: http://www.calall.org
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7 May 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Making progress @ CalALL board meeting this AM-so thankful for our dedicated board members! Meet them here: http://www.calall.org/board.html
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6 May 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Enjoyed meeting with Level Playing Field Institute this morning; looking forward to CalALL board meeting in the AM!
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6 May 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Had a great time at Level Playing Field Institute’s event welcoming its new ED last night!
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1 May 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Have you checked out our YouTube channel? http://www.youtube.com/CaliforniaALL
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28 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

www.americaspromise.org/Our-Work/Dropout-Prevention/~/media/Files/Our%20Work/…
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27 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Fan Drive tonight…”LIKE” us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/edit/?id=310616177803#!/pages/CaliforniaALL/310… – Thanks!
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27 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We’re on the hunt for capacity grants and funding for our state-wide work….Suggestions? Ideas? Email lparecki@calall.org
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26 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

3rd of 3 articles on drop-out epidemic Read – Raising Their Voices article: www.civicenterprises.net/pdfs/raisingtheirvoices.pdf
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24 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Read One Dream, Two Realities (parents’ perspective on student drop outs) http://www.civicenterprises.net/pdfs/onedream.pdf
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23 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Why do high schoolers drop out? Learn why directly from students, read http://tinyurl.com/2g2668o from the America’s Promise Alliance site
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21 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Sacramento hosting CA Dropout Prevention Summit on April 29; www.americaspromise.org/Our-Work/Dropout-Prevention/Summits/California.aspx
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19 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

The Saturday Academy of Law (SAL) students did!
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19 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Anyone attend the UC Irvine Celebrate UCI 2010 event on Saturday?
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11 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Help CaliforniaALL attend the National Conference Volunteering & Service – call us 916-792-6182 to support education diversity in California
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10 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Anyone attending the National Conference on Volunteering & Service? CalALL is looking for a corporate/individual sponsor so we can attend!
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9 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Thanks 2 generous Orange County law firms for hosting Sat. Academy of Law students-it’s a great motivator for students to see law at work!
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8 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Rutan & Tucker, LLP is committed to diversity – thanks for hosting our SAL students!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another generous Orange County law firm – Paul Hastings – thank you for participating in SAL mentor day!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another thank you from CalALL – thanks to Gibson Dunn in Orange County for hosting SAL students!
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7 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

SAL students visiting Crowell & Moring’s law office in Irvine today to learn about careers in law-thank you for your commitment to diversity
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6 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Many thanks to Allen Matkins Leek Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP in Irvine, CA for hosting our SAL students today!
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1 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Please remember to update CalALL’s new mailing address – visit our web site: www.calall.org for details!
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1 Apr 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Thank you DLA Piper Sacramento for your generosity in providing CalALL pro bono office space during our early years!
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25 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

CalALL has a new mailing address: CaliforniaALL 7405 Greenback Lane, #150 Citrus Heights, CA 95610 Please update your contact info today!
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20 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We’re excited to attend the New Energy Academy event at Venture Academy in Stockton on Tuesday!
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18 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Another interesting NYT article – check it out: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/education/11educ.html?th&emc=th
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9 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out our new YouTube Channel – a few of our favorite Saturday Academy of Law videos are posted – http://www.youtube.com/CaliforniaALL
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7 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Back from an amazing Saturday Academy of Law graduation – 50 more students given the opportunity to learn about legal professions!
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6 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Irvine – Saturday Academy of Law graduation starts in 30 minutes – just listened to 9th graders’ final SAL debate!
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5 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Excited to head to Irvine tomorrow for 2010’s first Saturday Academy of Law graduation!
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3 Mar 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out NYT article about the President’s drive to curb high school drop out rates: www.nytimes.com/2010/03/02/us/02obama.html?emc=eta1
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26 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Heading to the OC for CA Career Pathways Consortia & CA Partnership Academies Annual Educating for Careers Conference this weekend
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22 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Some ink about our New Energy Academies: http://www.dailycal.org/article/106868/berkeley_high_chosen_for_energy_academy
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20 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Our ‘09 corporate sponsors (Accenture, AT&T, DLA Piper, Kirkland Ellis, LLP, PG&E, Verizon) make our work possible – thank you!
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10 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out photos from last weekend’s SAL events – thanks to UC Irvine student photographer Gilberto Cardenas – www.gilbertocardenas.com/SAL
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8 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

2010 is going strong! Verizon Foundation renewed its $100k grant to support Saturday Academy of Law Program – thank you!
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6 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Flying back to Sac from Irvine-amazing to see SAL in action. It truly highlights our commitment to facilitating complete education pipelines
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5 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Wonderful dinner w/ 100, including graduates and their parents, @ last night’s SAL Symposium. This is a program we can all be proud of!
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4 Feb 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Off to a Saturday Academy of Law (SAL) Oversight Committee meeting…
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30 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Much thanks to Cal Department of Education for supporting New Energy Academies, too!
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30 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

We announced $50k PG&E grant to support New Energy Academies project management…they also granted $200k to get program off the ground!
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25 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Just in…PG&E donated $50k to support project management of New Energy Academies…learn more: http://www.calall.org/collaborations.html
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22 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Successful BOD meeting this week; we’re working toward closing the achievement gap!
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20 Jan 10 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

CaliforniaALL tweets are back – thanks for following!
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1 Sep 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Chicago to meet with City of Chicago Treasurer Stephanie Neely.
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31 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Champions of Diversity Gala tickets are now available online. http://www.calall.org/gala/
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13 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In Santa Barbara for the 2009 New America Alliance Education Initiative Launch
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13 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

I was just informed I will be receiving the 2009 Minority Bar Association of Western NY Trail Blazer Award. 🙂
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4 Aug 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Welcome our new Board Members: Ophelia Basgal, Gibor Basri, Jenny C. Flores, Frank Quevedo, Adonica Wada, and Cary Zellerbach
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23 Jul 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Check out our new and improved website! http://www.calall.org/index.html
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Congresswoman Doris Matsui has agreed to be the Chair at our Champions of Diversity Awards Gala in October!
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Bummed not to be able to attend the TOIGO dinner in LA and the NAPABA Regional also in LA. Miss all of you in LA.
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18 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In DC for the ABA Diversity Summit. Looking forward to mapping out next steps for the legal profession.
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11 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

You can now donate to CaliforniaALL on our Facebook page http://bit.ly/J0DSg
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9 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

SAVE THE DATE – October 21, 2009 (5:30 – 10:00 p.m.) in Sacramento, CA – CaliforniaALL’s Inaugural Champions of Diversity Awards Gala.
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9 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

Back to New York to attend the Asian American Association for Investment Managers Conference.
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4 Jun 09 CaliforniaALL CaliforniaALL ?@CaliforniaALL

In New York to present my “Plumbing the Diversity Pipeline” speech at the Woman’s Bar Association Convention.
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Tani Cantil-Sakauye – Madam Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court – Hereby Asked to Admit or Deny Matters RE: Ruthe Catolico Ashley, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, DOJ’s Tony West ; Jon Streeter, Yolo County Judge David Rosenbeg

Admit that your name is Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye AKA Tani Cantil-Sakauye AKA Tani Cantil.

Admit that you presently serve as the 28th Chief Justice of California.

 Ruthe Ashley

Ms. Ruthe Catolico Ashley (Image:courtesy photo)

Admit that one Ruthe Catolico Ashley of Sacramento, California (shown above) has been a close friend of yours for many years.

Admit that you are also a close personal friend of former crack-addict Mike Nisperos and spouse Eleanor O. Nisperos —  a legal legend in the Philipino-American community.

Admit that the Supreme Court of NMI ordered Eleanor O. Nisperos to cease practicing law and commenced disciplinary proceedings against her for practicing law without a license. 

See @: http://lesliebrodie.blog.co.uk/2010/09/21/po-9415183/

Admit that around 2007-09 Ruthe Catolico Ashley was involved in various activities in connection with Obama for America (see below)

Ruthe Catolico Ashley ; CaliforniaALL; Obama for America

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Ruthe Catolico Ashley served as member of the State Bar of California Board of Governors (“BOG”).

Admit that while serving as BOG member your friend Ruthe Catolico Ashley proposed the creation of CaAAL later known as CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

Ashley Proposes to the BOG

 

Admit that once created, CaliforniaALL hired your friend Ruthe Catolico Ashley as executive-director. (see below)

CaliforniaALL hires Ruthe Ashley - Copy

 

 

Admit that once CaliforniaALL was established, the California Bar Foundation (a foundation maintained by the State Bar of California — an “arm” of the California Supreme Court)  funneled  a whopping $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.


 

Admit that pursuant to a conspiracy to defraud the public (by omission and otherwise) neither the California Bar Foundation “Newsroom,” nor the California Bar Journal ever acknowledged the largest grant ever bestowed. (see below)

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

 

Admit that Mr. Mario Camara served as president of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that Ms. Leslie Hatamiya served as executive-director of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer of  whopping $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

Admit that your friend Ruthe Catolico Ashley was part of said conspiracy to conceal the transfer of funds from the public pursuant to a pre-existing agreement to misuse said funds.

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) and California Attorney General (Ms. Kamala Harris) were part of CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created non-profit entity CaliforniaALL. (see below)

 

 

MoFo Legal Counsel

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento. (see below)

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Sir James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009. (see below)

 

SAL Our Work

 

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law “SALUCI”  at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of SALUCI.

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when SALUCI group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

Admit that subsequent to the election of Barack Obama, CaliforniaALL begun slowly but surely to dissolve itself.

Admit that in September of 2009, your friend Ruthe Catolico Ashley abruptly exited CaliforniaALL.

Ruthe Ashley Letter of Resignation

Admit that the current president of the State Bar of California — Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest — is African-American.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young) was also raising funds for “Obama for America.”

Admit that on June 2, 2007 Tony West, Chris Young, Jeffrey Bleich, Jim Brosnahan, and Jon Streeter (as well as Jon Streeter’s spouse, Dorine) hosted a fundraising on behalf of “Obama for America.” (see below)

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

 

 

 

Admit that subsequent to his employment with Morrison & Foerster and “Obama for America,” Chris J. Young commenced employment with Keker & Van Nest.

 

 Keker & Van Nest - Elliot Peters -- Chris Young -- March 2012

 

 

Admit that subsequent to the appointment of Tony West as Acting Assistant Attorney General, and once his name appeared for the first time on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoer, Keker & Van Nest immediately removed the name of Chris J. Young from its web-site.

 Keker & Van Nest /MIA Name of Chris Young

 

Admit that the California Bar Foundation recently appointed Sonia Gonzales as its new executive-director as the prior executive-director had abruptly quit.

Admit that the spouse of Tony West (Ms. Maya Harris) is a former co-worker and close friend of Sonia Gonzales.

Admit that Mr. Willie Brown had stated that he is the mentor of Tony West.

Admit that Willie Brown is the ex-paramour of Tony West’s sister-in-law, Kamala Harris.

Admit that John Keker of Keker & Van Nest is the mentor of Kamala Harris.

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) was part of CaliforniaALL –  which was in partnership agreement with the State Bar of California.

Admit that both United States District Court Judge Hon. Morrison England and his spouse Torie Flournoy-England were part of CaliforniaALL.

Admit that once UC Davis quadriplegic law-student Sarah Granda filed a suit in federal court against the State Bar of California, neither the State Bar of California nor Judge Morrison England (who dismissed Granda’s case) disclosed to Granda the enmeshment between the State Bar of California, CaliforniaALL, Judy Johnson, Hon. Morrison England, and Torie Flournoy England.

Admit that a Yolo County-based Rabbi (YR) had filed an ethics complaint in connection with the failure to disclose potential conflicts of interests to plaintiff Granda.

Admit that the president of the State Bar of California (Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest) pressed criminal charges with the Yolo County District Attorney (on behalf of the entire BOG) alleging the complaint advanced by YR was “false and malicious.”

Admit that the Yolo County District Attorney executed a search warrant at the home of YR (who unearthed the scheme known as CaliforniaALL)  by  which materials related to the above mentioned ethics complaint were seized, as well as all materials relating to CaliforniaALL.

Admit that you are a member of California’s Judicial Council.

Admit that Hon. Dave Rosenberg is the presiding judge of Yolo County Superior Court.

Admit that Hon. Dave Rosenberg is a member of California’s Judicial Council.

Admit that Hon. Dave Rosenberg is precieved by many as your “ally.”

Admit that one Ruthe Catolico Ashley of Sacramento, California has been a close friend of yours for many years.

Admit that you urged the president of the State Bar of California (Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest) to press criminal charges with the Yolo County District Attorney (on behalf of the entire BOG) alleging the complaint advanced by YR was “false and malicious.”

In fact, admit that around 2007-2008 Morrison & Foerster attorneys James J. Brosnahan, Tony West, Chris Young (later of Keker & Van Nest) , Susan Mac Cormac, and Annette Carnegie conspired with Ruthe Catolico Ashley and Jeffrey Bleich to embezzle and did in fact embezzle around $780,000.00 from the California Bar Foundation, via CaliforniaALL, to benefit “Obama for America.”

 

Charles Horan — Founder of Alliance of California Judges — Hereby Asked to Admit or Deny Matters Re: United States Department of Justice Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and California Attorney General Kamala Harris

CaliforniaALL -- Team Barack Obama
CaliforniaALL– Team Barack Obama (L-R) USDOJ’s Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, HUD’s Ophelia Basgal, Judy Johnson, Chris Young, Annette Carnegie, James Brosnahan, and Kamala Harris

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created ad hoc sham non-profit entity CaliforniaALL.

Admit that around 2007-2008 the California Bar Foundation funneled “hush-hush” sub-rosa $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.


 

Admit that CaliforniaALL never acknowledged receipt of the approximate $774,247.00 from the California Bar Foundation in any of its publications.

Admit that the California Bar Journal and the Newsroom of the California Bar Foundation never acknowledged the largest grant ever bestowed.

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

 

Admit that Mr. Mario Camara served as president of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that Ms. Leslie Hatamiya served as executive-director of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer.

 

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

 

Admit that Kamala Harris was part of CaliforniaALL.

Admit that subsequent to the election of Barack Obama, CaliforniaALL begun slowly but surely to dissolve itself.

Admit that the current president of the State Bar of California — Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest — is African-American.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young) was also raising funds for “Obama for America.”

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

 

Admit that on June 2, 2007 Tony West, Chris Young, Jeffrey Bleich, Jim Brosnahan, and Jon Streeter (as well as Jon Streeter’s spouse, Dorine) hosted a fundraising on behalf of “Obama for America.”

Admit that subsequent to his employment with Morrison & Foerster and “Obama for America,” Chris J. Young commenced employment with Keker & Van Nest.

 

 Keker & Van Nest - Elliot Peters -- Chris Young -- March 2012

 

 

Admit that subsequent to the appointment of Tony West as Acting Assistant Attorney General, and once his name appeared for the first time on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoer, Keker & Van Nest immediately removed the name of Chris J. Young from its web-site.

 

 Keker & Van Nest /MIA Name of Chris Young

 

Admit that the California Bar Foundation recently appointed Sonia Gonzales as its new executive-director as the prior executive-director had abruptly quit.

Admit that the spouse of Tony West (Ms. Maya Harris) is a former co-worker and close friend of Sonia Gonzales.

Admit that Mr. Willie Brown had stated that he is the mentor of Tony West.

Admit that Willie Brown is the ex-paramour of Tony West’s sister-in-law, Kamala Harris.

Admit that John Keker of Keker & Van Nest is the mentor of Kamala Harris.


(L-R) John Keker, Kamala Harris, Maya Harris, Tony West and Willie Brown.  John Keker is a long time mentor of Kamala Harris who is the sister of Maya Harris who is married to Tony West who is  “mentee” of Willie Brown who is Kamala Harris’ former paramour. (Sources please see HERE and HERE and HERE)

 

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) was part of CaliforniaALL –  which was in partnership agreement with the State Bar of California.

Admit that both United States District Court Judge Hon. Morrison England and his spouse Torie Flournoy-England were part of CaliforniaALL.

 

 

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento.

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009.

 

SAL Our Work

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

 

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

 

Admit that as matters presently stand, prima facie evidence creates the appearance of a sophisticated financial scheme executed in 2008 involving Democratic party operatives James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster, Jeffrey Bleich of Munger Tulles & Olson (the current U.S. Ambassador to Australasia and friend of President Obama), Assistant Attorney General Derek Anthony West (aka Tony West), Attorney General Kamala Harris, and Chris Young, as well as others to misuse the $780,000 originating from the California Bar Foundation.

The California Bar Foundation is maintained and controlled by the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California — which is largely comprised of California Democratic Party operatives such as “Shakedown Artist” Gwen Moore of Shrimpscam ; Jeannine English — the wife of controversial gambling attorney and Democratic Party operative Howard Dickstein; “Gay Godfather” Dennis Mangers; Democratic Party operative Joseph Lawrence Dunn (aka Joe Dunn) of Voice of OC; Nancy Fineman, a partner at the firm of Democratic party operative Joe Cotchett; and Jon Streeter, President of the California State Bar Board of Governors and a partner at the firm of Democratic Party operative John Keker.

Charles Horan — Founder of Alliance of California Judges — Hereby Asked to Admit or Deny Matters Re: United States Department of Justice Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and California Attorney General Kamala Harris

CaliforniaALL -- Team Barack Obama
CaliforniaALL– Team Barack Obama (L-R) USDOJ’s Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, HUD’s Ophelia Basgal, Judy Johnson, Chris Young, Annette Carnegie, James Brosnahan, and Kamala Harris

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created ad hoc sham non-profit entity CaliforniaALL.

Admit that around 2007-2008 the California Bar Foundation funneled “hush-hush” sub-rosa $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.


 

Admit that CaliforniaALL never acknowledged receipt of the approximate $774,247.00 from the California Bar Foundation in any of its publications.

Admit that the California Bar Journal and the Newsroom of the California Bar Foundation never acknowledged the largest grant ever bestowed.

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

 

Admit that Mr. Mario Camara served as president of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that Ms. Leslie Hatamiya served as executive-director of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer.

 

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

 

Admit that Kamala Harris was part of CaliforniaALL.

Admit that subsequent to the election of Barack Obama, CaliforniaALL begun slowly but surely to dissolve itself.

Admit that the current president of the State Bar of California — Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest — is African-American.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young) was also raising funds for “Obama for America.”

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

 

Admit that on June 2, 2007 Tony West, Chris Young, Jeffrey Bleich, Jim Brosnahan, and Jon Streeter (as well as Jon Streeter’s spouse, Dorine) hosted a fundraising on behalf of “Obama for America.”

Admit that subsequent to his employment with Morrison & Foerster and “Obama for America,” Chris J. Young commenced employment with Keker & Van Nest.

 

 Keker & Van Nest - Elliot Peters -- Chris Young -- March 2012

 

 

Admit that subsequent to the appointment of Tony West as Acting Assistant Attorney General, and once his name appeared for the first time on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoer, Keker & Van Nest immediately removed the name of Chris J. Young from its web-site.

 

 Keker & Van Nest /MIA Name of Chris Young

 

Admit that the California Bar Foundation recently appointed Sonia Gonzales as its new executive-director as the prior executive-director had abruptly quit.

Admit that the spouse of Tony West (Ms. Maya Harris) is a former co-worker and close friend of Sonia Gonzales.

Admit that Mr. Willie Brown had stated that he is the mentor of Tony West.

Admit that Willie Brown is the ex-paramour of Tony West’s sister-in-law, Kamala Harris.

Admit that John Keker of Keker & Van Nest is the mentor of Kamala Harris.


(L-R) John Keker, Kamala Harris, Maya Harris, Tony West and Willie Brown.  John Keker is a long time mentor of Kamala Harris who is the sister of Maya Harris who is married to Tony West who is  “mentee” of Willie Brown who is Kamala Harris’ former paramour. (Sources please see HERE and HERE and HERE)

 

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) was part of CaliforniaALL –  which was in partnership agreement with the State Bar of California.

Admit that both United States District Court Judge Hon. Morrison England and his spouse Torie Flournoy-England were part of CaliforniaALL.

 

 

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento.

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009.

 

SAL Our Work

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

 

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

 

Admit that as matters presently stand, prima facie evidence creates the appearance of a sophisticated financial scheme executed in 2008 involving Democratic party operatives James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster, Jeffrey Bleich of Munger Tulles & Olson (the current U.S. Ambassador to Australasia and friend of President Obama), Assistant Attorney General Derek Anthony West (aka Tony West), Attorney General Kamala Harris, and Chris Young, as well as others to misuse the $780,000 originating from the California Bar Foundation.

The California Bar Foundation is maintained and controlled by the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California — which is largely comprised of California Democratic Party operatives such as “Shakedown Artist” Gwen Moore of Shrimpscam ; Jeannine English — the wife of controversial gambling attorney and Democratic Party operative Howard Dickstein; “Gay Godfather” Dennis Mangers; Democratic Party operative Joseph Lawrence Dunn (aka Joe Dunn) of Voice of OC; Nancy Fineman, a partner at the firm of Democratic party operative Joe Cotchett; and Jon Streeter, President of the California State Bar Board of Governors and a partner at the firm of Democratic Party operative John Keker.

Howard Mintz of San Jose Mercury News Hereby Asked to Admit or Deny Matters Re: United States Department of Justice Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and California Attorney General Kamala Harris

CaliforniaALL -- Team Barack Obama
CaliforniaALL– Team Barack Obama (L-R) USDOJ’s Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, HUD’s Ophelia Basgal, Judy Johnson, Chris Young, Annette Carnegie, James Brosnahan, and Kamala Harris

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created ad hoc sham non-profit entity CaliforniaALL.

Admit that around 2007-2008 the California Bar Foundation funneled “hush-hush” sub-rosa $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.


 

Admit that CaliforniaALL never acknowledged receipt of the approximate $774,247.00 from the California Bar Foundation in any of its publications.

Admit that the California Bar Journal and the Newsroom of the California Bar Foundation never acknowledged the largest grant ever bestowed.

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

 

Admit that Mr. Mario Camara served as president of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that Ms. Leslie Hatamiya served as executive-director of the California Bar Foundation in 2008.

Admit that A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer.

 

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

 

Admit that Kamala Harris was part of CaliforniaALL.

Admit that subsequent to the election of Barack Obama, CaliforniaALL begun slowly but surely to dissolve itself.

Admit that the current president of the State Bar of California — Jon Streeter of Keker & Van Nest — is African-American.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young) was also raising funds for “Obama for America.”

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

 

Admit that on June 2, 2007 Tony West, Chris Young, Jeffrey Bleich, Jim Brosnahan, and Jon Streeter (as well as Jon Streeter’s spouse, Dorine) hosted a fundraising on behalf of “Obama for America.”

Admit that subsequent to his employment with Morrison & Foerster and “Obama for America,” Chris J. Young commenced employment with Keker & Van Nest.

 

 Keker & Van Nest - Elliot Peters -- Chris Young -- March 2012

 

 

Admit that subsequent to the appointment of Tony West as Acting Assistant Attorney General, and once his name appeared for the first time on The Leslie Brodie Report as potential wrongdoer, Keker & Van Nest immediately removed the name of Chris J. Young from its web-site.

 

 Keker & Van Nest /MIA Name of Chris Young

 

Admit that the California Bar Foundation recently appointed Sonia Gonzales as its new executive-director as the prior executive-director had abruptly quit.

Admit that the spouse of Tony West (Ms. Maya Harris) is a former co-worker and close friend of Sonia Gonzales.

Admit that Mr. Willie Brown had stated that he is the mentor of Tony West.

Admit that Willie Brown is the ex-paramour of Tony West’s sister-in-law, Kamala Harris.

Admit that John Keker of Keker & Van Nest is the mentor of Kamala Harris.


(L-R) John Keker, Kamala Harris, Maya Harris, Tony West and Willie Brown.  John Keker is a long time mentor of Kamala Harris who is the sister of Maya Harris who is married to Tony West who is  “mentee” of Willie Brown who is Kamala Harris’ former paramour. (Sources please see HERE and HERE and HERE)

 

Admit that executive-director of the State Bar of California (Ms. Judy Johnson) was part of CaliforniaALL –  which was in partnership agreement with the State Bar of California.

Admit that both United States District Court Judge Hon. Morrison England and his spouse Torie Flournoy-England were part of CaliforniaALL.

 

 

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

 

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento.

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009.

 

SAL Our Work

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

 

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

 

Admit that as matters presently stand, prima facie evidence creates the appearance of a sophisticated financial scheme executed in 2008 involving Democratic party operatives James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster, Jeffrey Bleich of Munger Tulles & Olson (the current U.S. Ambassador to Australasia and friend of President Obama), Assistant Attorney General Derek Anthony West (aka Tony West), Attorney General Kamala Harris, and Chris Young, as well as others to misuse the $780,000 originating from the California Bar Foundation.

The California Bar Foundation is maintained and controlled by the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California — which is largely comprised of California Democratic Party operatives such as “Shakedown Artist” Gwen Moore of Shrimpscam ; Jeannine English — the wife of controversial gambling attorney and Democratic Party operative Howard Dickstein; “Gay Godfather” Dennis Mangers; Democratic Party operative Joseph Lawrence Dunn (aka Joe Dunn) of Voice of OC; Nancy Fineman, a partner at the firm of Democratic party operative Joe Cotchett; and Jon Streeter, President of the California State Bar Board of Governors and a partner at the firm of Democratic Party operative John Keker.

Ruthe Catolico Ashley Hereby Asked to Admit Matters Re: Friend Tani Cantil Sakayue, Keker & Van Nest’s Chris Young and Jon Streeter, Morrison & Foerster, DOJ’s Tony West, Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich, Obama for America, and CaliforniaALL – Part 2

 Ruthe Ashley

Ms. Ruth Catolico Ashley (Image:courtesy photo)

 

 

For Part 1, please see @: http://tinyurl.com/catolicoashleypart1

 

Admit that your name is Ruthe Catolico Ashley AKA Ruthe Ashley.

Admit that while serving as BOG member you proposed the creation of  CaAAL later known as CaliforniaALL.

Admit that,  subsequent to  a nationwide search, you were selected as the executive-director of CaliforniaALL.

Admit that around 2007-2008 the California Bar Foundation funneled “hush-hush” sub-rosa $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate of Morrison & Foerster created non-profit entity CaliforniaALL.

 

 

MoFo Legal Counsel

 

 

Admit that between 2008 – 2009 CaliforniaALL was housed Pro-Bono at the Law Offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento.

 

dla

 

Admit that CaliforniaALL represented to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that in 2008 it had an expesne of $ 16, 457.00 for “Occupancy.”

 

Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Sir James J. Brosnahan was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Derek Anthony West AKA D. Anthony West AKA Tony West. was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Chris J. Young was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 one Annette Carnegie was associated with the firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that the self-proclaimed “mastermind behind the Democratic Party” is non other than Sir James J. Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Tony West served as Co-Chair of “Obama for America” California Finance Committee.

 

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Chris J. Young served as “Obama for America” Northern California Deputy Finance Director.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Kamala Harris served as California Chair of “Obama for America”

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffrey Bleich founded and Co-Chaired “Obama for America”‘s National Finance Committee.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Annette Carnegie was a director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jeffery Bleich served as president of the State Bar of California and as director with the California Bar Foundation.

Admit that around 2007-2008 the California Bar Foundation funneled “hush-hush” sub-rosa $ 774,247.00 to CaliforniaALL.


 

Admit that CaliforniaALL funneled funds to the UCI Foundation, where executive-director of the State Bar of California — Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn — serves as member of the audit committee.

 

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

Admit that the UCI Foundation allegedly used the money to launch SALUCI — Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine around 2009.

 

SAL Our Work

Admit that Sarah Redfield alleges that between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

 

Admit the below photo was taken on January 24, 2007 during SALUCI visit to the Law Office of Allen Matkins.

 

 

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) TLR intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

 

Admit the below photo below was taken in 2005, when UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

 

UCI SAL

 

 

Admit that in September of 2009, you abruptly exited CaliforniaALL.

Ruthe Ashley Letter of Resignation

 

Admit that around 2007-2008 Jon Streeter (similar to Tony West, Kamala Harris, Jeffrey Bleich, and Chris Young — later of Keker & Van NEst) was raising funds for “Obama for America.”

 

Jim Brosnahan, Jon Streetr, Jeff Bleich

 

In fact, admit that around 2007-2008 Morrison & Foerster attorneys Sir James J. Brosnahan, Derek Anthony West, Chris Young, Susan Mac Cormac, and Annette Carnegie –  acting within the course and scope of their employment — conspired with you and Jeffrey Bleich to embezzle and did in fact embezzle around $780,000.00 from the California Bar Foundation, via CaliforniaALL, for the benefit of Obama for America.

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Robin Rivett, Meriem Hubbard and James Burling hereby asked to opine on events relating to California Governor Jerry Brown appointment of cousin Geoffrey Brown’s confederate — Judy Johnson — to bench in Contra Costa County

Sacramento-based  Pacific Legal Foundation President Robin Rivett, as well as staff-attorneys Meriem Hubbard and James Burling are hereby publicly asked to opine on events relating to California Governor Jerry Brown appointment of cousin Geoffrey Brown’s confederate — Judy Johnson —  to bench in Contra Costa County.

 


(Image:courtesy PLF)

 

Judy Johnson, whom California governor Jerry Brown recently appointed to a judgeship in the Contra Costa County Superior Court, served as the Executive Director of the State Bar of California.

She also secretly headed a dubious entity known as California Consumer Protection Foundation (“CCPF”) for the past 8-9 years.

During this period, she used her “clout” as the head of the State Bar to arrange for “cy pres” from class action settlements, as well as fines and settlements imposed by the CPUC on utility companies, totaling close to $30 million to be funneled to CCPF, which then forwarded those funds to various other non-profits, and mostly questionable ACORN-like entities located in South Los Angeles — Gwen Moore’s territory.

In 2010 Johnson left the State Bar of California in disgrace after a prolonged embezzlement of close to $800,000 by employee Sharon Pearl was discovered, and after California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed State Bar related legislation as a result.

Johnson was recently also the subject of a complaint to the IRS for alleged noncompliance with various laws and regulations. The complaint alleges CCPF and Johnson defrauded and mislead the public by intentionally omitting various data from CCPF’s web-site.  Specifically, data concerting financial transactions between CCPF and an entity known as  Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety (“CARS”).  In addition, the complaint also point to various alleged inconsistencies in the reporting of grants from CCPF to CARS.

Ms. Judy Johnson, who after 2 Governors’ vetoes and endless scandals (including financials) was ousted as executive-director of the State Bar of California.  Johnson was part of sham entity CaliforniaALL and also secretly headed CCPF for the past 8-9 years.  During this period, she used her “clout” as the head of the agency to arrange for “cy pres” from class action settlements, as well as fines and settlements imposed by the CPUC on utility companies, totaling close to $30 million to be funneled to CCPF, which then  forwarded those funds to various other non-profits, and mostly questionable ACORN-like entities located in South Los Angeles. As mentioned previously, vexatious and strange  movements of money from CCPF to Michael Shames’ UCAN — entity presently subject of grand-jury investigation in San Diego. See complaint against CCPF to IRS HERE

CARS is a non-profit entity located in Sacramento, California. It was established and is headed by Rosemary Shahan. In addition to heading her own non-profit entity (CARS), Shahan also serves as an “adviser” to CCPF.  See http://consumerfdn.org/advisors.php

According to sources familiar with the situation, CCPF professes and declares that it lists on its website all the grants it has issued and all the corresponding grantees going back to 2001. When visiting CCPF’s website, one is given the option to search by year or the name of the grantee. A search for grants funneled to CARS yields only 2 results – a grant in 2006 in the amount of $60,000, and another in 2009 in the amount of $7,400.

One can also visit http://consumerfdn.org/granteesList.php for a list of all the grantees. (See also here.)

Each of the above search options yields the same result – to wit, only 2 grants are listed that were made to CARS.  Unfortunately, however, this allegedly is not the case, as CCPF’s own tax returns provide otherwise. For example, page 28 of CCPF’s IRS Form 990 for 2004 lists a $60,000 grant.

This misrepresentation is allegedly the fruit of an unlawful conspiracy between Judy Johnson and Rosemary Shahan, and is very troubling on its face. This is particularly true given that Ms. Shahan, who serves as an adviser to CCPF, and presumably is familiar with the content of the website, should have alerted CCPF that the information presented is inaccurate and false, by omission and otherwise.

In addition, sources allege that various inconsistencies were discovered in connection with two types of grants from CCPF to CARS: the first is the Consumer Auto Advertising Fund (“CAAF”) grant and the second is the Bank of America (“BA1″) grant.

In 2004, CARS reported to the IRS revenues from all sources in the amount of $91,009. (See page 28 of CARS 2004 IRS 990 return.) By comparison, CCPF reported that it had funneled to CARS $60,000 from the CAAF grant, and $61,215 from the BA1 grant.

Also in 2004, CCPF reported a leftover “payable” of $61,212 from the BA1 grant which it holds in reserve for future payment to CARS.

In 2005, CARS reported to the IRS revenues from ALL SOURCES in the amount of only $58,212. (See CARS 2005 IRS 990 returns.)

By comparison, in 2005 CCPF reported funneling $60,000 to CARS out of the CAAF grant. This, according to the sources, already raises a red flag as it shows that CARS under-reported its revenues for 2005 by the difference of $1,788. (See here on page 22.)

Most importantly, however, in 2005 CCPF also reported an additional $48,970 distributed to CARS from the BA1 fund, leaving only $12,242 in reserve as “payable.” (See entry on page 22.)

Unfortunately, the sources maintain, no corresponding reference to the $48,970 was found on CARS’ 2005 tax returns.

 

CaliforniaALL

During the period that Douglas Winthrop, Holly Fujie of Buchalter Nemer, Annette Carnegie of Morrison & Foerster, and ex-CPUC Commissioner Geoffrey Brown were serving as board members for the California Bar Foundation, a highly unusual financial transaction took place in which approximately $780,000 was quietly transferred, causing the California Bar Foundation to end the year in the red.

Upon further examination, it was discovered that the money had been transferred to a newly-created Section 501(c)(3) non-profit entity (headed by a friend of Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakayue — Ruthe Catolico Ashley) known as CaliforniaALL.

 

Geoffrey F. Brown
Mr. Geoffrey Brown, professor of law at JFK School of Law. Between 2001 to 2007 served as Commissioner with the CPUC. From 2006 to 2009 Brown serve as director with the State Bar of California Foundation (DBA “California Bar Foundation”). In 2008, California Bar Foundation quietly transferred $769,247.00 to sham entity CaliforniaALL — which also obtained additional 1.5 Million from utility companies.  In reaction to complainant’s request for an inquiry to the State Bar of California Board of Governors, Brown immediately, as though bitten by a snake, threatened to file legal action even though the communication with the BOG was absolutely privileged and justified, and only made mention of Brown in passing.  Brown is still under extreme scrutiny in matters relating Judy Johnson’s CCPF and the saga known as “Bribing Pat.”
(image:courtesy photo)

 

Ruthe Catolico Ashley came up with the idea to create CaliforniaALL during a meeting with Sarah Redfield and Peter Arth, Jr. (the assistant to CPUC President Michael Peevey).

After CaliforniaALL came into existence, Ms. Ashley, after a simulated search, was selected to serve as CaliforniaALL’s executive director.

Redfield – a visiting professor at McGeorge School of Law and a member of the State Bar of California Committee of Access to Justice — was chosen to serve as the “interim executive director” for CaliforniaALL, and later also allegedly served as a consultant to CaliforniaALL. For her services, Ms. Redfield was paid for the year of 2008 close to $160,000 as an “independent contractor.” Even though CaliforniaALL was housed pro bono at the law offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento, there is an entry on CaliforniaALL’s tax return for close to $16,000 for “occupancy.”

Papers were filed with both state and federal agencies to allow CaliforniaALL to operate as a tax exempt entity. Victor Miramontes listed himself as Chairman of the Board. Serving as CaliforniaALL’s legal counsel was Susan Mac Cormac of Morrison & Foerster.

In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, donations to CaliforniaALL came primarily from utility companies (including AT&T, Sempra Energy, Verizon, and PG&E). In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2 million, including an unlawful and unusually large sub rosa contribution of $780,000 from the State Bar of California Foundation (DBA California Bar Foundation) in 2008.

CaliforniaALL was abruptly dissolved in July 2010.

According to Redfield’s resume, between 2008 and 2009 she had  “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception as even documents obtained from  the Santa Ana Unified School District make no mention of  Sarah Redfield in connection with the Saturday Academy of Law at UC Irvine.

Saturday Academy of Law UC Irvine 1

Sarah Redfield of UNH School of Law Not Mentioned as Part of Saturday Academy of Law

 

 

 

Redfield’s resume, below, alleges she had  “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

 

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

 

SAL Partners

 

Additionally, claims by Sarah E. Redfield to the effect that she was part of both the CURRICULUM COMMITTEE and OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE are also false, fraudulent, and were otherwise spun from whole cloth.

While Professor Redfield was part of the Oversight Committee, she was not part of the Curriculum Committee. In fact, the sources maintain that close examination of SAL Curriculum shows that it was similar to the curriculum in the years before CaliforniaALL was even established, with emphasis on exceptions to the First Amendment such as time, place, and manner.

See below, misleading claims by Professor Sarah E. Redfield, which falsely mention Curriculum Committee :

Amazon Redfield

About Sarah Redfield

 

Curriculum CommitteeOversight Committee

 

 

Gwen Moore of GEM CommunicationsTony West
State Bar of California Board of Governors member Gwen Moore of GEM Communications. Both Moore and her mentor — Kamala Harris’ former paramour Willie Brown — were the target of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Bribery and Special Interest (BRISPEC) sting operation known as Shrimpscam. On the right is Willie Brown’s “Mentee” Derek Anthony West (AKA Tony West) Previously of Morrison & Foerster. Presently Acting Associate Attorney General, the third highest official at the United States Department of Justice. West’s sister-in-law — Willie Brown’s former paramour — is California attorney general who was also part of CaliforniaALL. As previously reported, Morrison & Foerster partners Voice of OC’s James Brosnahan (who represented El Paso Corp during California Energy Crisis), Susan Mac Cormac, Raj Chatterjee, as well as former partners Tony West, Annette Carnegie, Lori Schechter and Dian Grueneich are all under extreme scrutiny by TLR/YR with respect to the unsettling events surrounding CaliforniaALL in connection with former CPUC Commissioner Geoffrey Brown of California Bar Foundation, State Bar of California Executive Director – Voice of OC’s Joe Dunn – who investigated the California Energy Crisis, Voice of OC’s Martha Escutia who also investigated the California Energy Crisis, and Voice of OC’s Thomas Girardi / Pierce O’Donnell who litigated matters relating to the California Energy Crisis opposing James Brosnahan  (Image: courtesy photos)

 

To date, data collected shows that CaliforniaALL (which was supposed to forward most of those funds) transferred between $300,000 to $400,000 to the UCI Foundation (where Joe Dunn serves as trustee), spent an unknown amount to honor Gwen Moore at a lavish dinner held at a luxury hotel in Sacramento, paid for other incidental expenses such as salaries, and subsequent to moving out from the offices of DLA Piper to a more modest location , paid for a UPS Store mail box slot in Citrus Heights.

Between 2001 and 2007, Geoffrey Brown served as a Commissioner with the CPUC. From 2006 to 2009, Brown served as a director of the State Bar of California Foundation. In 2008, California Bar Foundation quietly transferred $769,247.00 to CaliforniaALL. CaliforniaALL never acknowledged receipt of the $769,247.00 from the Cal Bar Foundation in any of its publications, although it did acknowledge the transfer on its IRS tax returns. Likewise, California Bar Foundation never acknowledged the largest grant it ever bestowed in its newsroom, the California Bar Journal, or similar publications; it did, however, recognize the transfer on its IRS returns, and in a 2 by 2 inch blurb in its annual report.

See below Cal Bar Foundation newsroom which makes no mention of the subrosa transfer of funds.

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

In 2008, serving as President of the Foundation was Mario Camara. A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer. Wasn’t Mr. Camara proud of it, just like he was proud of other money which went to support “pipelines?” After all, CaliforniaALL was also intended to support “pipelines”. See below:

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

Below an image taken from CaliforniaALL own newsletter which alludes to the fact that the State Bar of California is a “Founding Partner” of CaliforniaALL. Stingy with credit and despite the transfer of close to $780,000 from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL, only utility companies are listed as “Founding Funders.”  See below:

 

 

Serving on the board of directors of CaliforniaALL (which was in a partnership relationship with the State Bar of California) were State Bar employee Patricia Lee, Kamala Harris, CPUC Commissioner Timothy Simon, as well as Judy Johnson, whom California Governor Jerry Brown — cousin of Geoffrey Brown — appointed to a judgeship in the Contra Costa County Superior Court.  See below:

 

 

California ALL Advisory CouncilCalifornia ALL BOD

Ex- Morrison & Foerster Partner — United States Department of Justice’s Tony West — Under Scrutiny (Part 1)

Tony West
Mr. Derek Anthony West (AKA Tony West) Acting Associate Attorney General, the third highest official at the United States Department of Justice.
He joined Morrison & Foerster in 2001. While at MoFo, West represented “American Taliban” John Walker Lindh alongside partners James Brosnahan and Raj Chatterjee. His sister-in-law, Kamala Harris, is the California attorney general.


Tony West, Wilie Brown,

Mr. West shares a laugh with sister-in-law Kamala Harris former paramour who is like an albatross hanging around her neck — Willie Brown ( an otherwise a confederate of CPUC insider and State Bar of California Board of Governor member Gwen Moore.)

Tony West, John Burris

From left, Ms. Lateefah Simon (spouse of CPUC Commissioner and Golden Gate University Professor Timothy Alan Simon); Mr Tony West; Mr. John Burris, a well-known and well-respected civil rights attorney whom TLR previously introduce to its readers in connection with former crack-addict Mike Nisperos during a trip to CNMI HERE.

CaliforniaALL


Ms. Ruth Ashley, a former member of the State bar of California Board of Governors, arranged with others the subrosa transfer of $769,247.00 from the State Bar to a chritable entity — CaliforniaALL — which was under her control. (Photo: courtesy)

In approximately 2007, Ruthe Catolico Ashley — an attorney from Sacramento and a member of the State Bar of California Board of Governors — was employed by CalPERS as a “Diversity Officer.” Prior to her employment with CalPERS, Ms. Ashley was employed as a diversity officer at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. While at McGeorge, Ms. Ashley met diversity expert Sarah Redfield.

In April 2007, Ashley, along with Sarah Redfield, met Peter Arth (Chief of Staff to CPUC President Michael Peevey) at a restaurant in San Francisco. During that meeting the idea to create CaliforniaALL was conceived. According to Ashley, all three arrived for the “brainstorming session” without any notepads; they quickly improvised and resorted to recording notes on a paper napkin which were the cornerstones of CaliforniaALL. See an excerpt from CaliforniaALL’s now defunct website below:

history of californiaALL..

Urban legend notwithstanding, Ashley’s version of events is slightly inaccurate, as Sarah Redfield (a visiting professor from New Hampshire who Ashley met at McGeorge School of Law) is not a member of the California Bar, and was not representing any governmental agency. In actuality, Ruthe Ashley acted on behalf of both the State Bar California and CalPERS — where she was at the time employed as a Diversity Officer. Pete Arth, an attorney with the CPUC, spoke on behalf of the CPUC.

On June 26, 2007, Ruth Ashley presented to the BOG the concept of California ALL, and recommnended that the State Bar support the organization.

Ashley Proposes to the BOG

Eventually, CalPERS, CPUC, and the State Bar of California endorsed in principle the creation of CaliforniaALL – a Section 501(c)(3) entity that would raise funds to be used to support a more diverse workforce in California.

Serving as CaliforniaALL legal counsel were two partners from Morrison & Foerster, Ms. Susan Mac Cormac and Eric Tate. See below:

 

MoFo Legal Counsel

 

 

MoFo Team
Morrison & Foerster Team (L-R) Ms. Dian Grueneich — Former Commissioner with California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”); Mr. Raj Chatterjee — current board member of the Foundation of State Bar of California (DBA California Bar Foundation, entity headed by Arnold & Porter’s Douglas Winthrop formerly of Howard Rice) ; Ms. Susan Mac Cormac — part of legal team which created entity CaliforniaALL, Mac Cormac was recently awarded “Rainmaker of the Year” by James Brosnahan’s alleged former mistress Marty Africa of Major Lindsey & Africa; Mr. Tony West; Mr. James J. Brosnahan of “Voice of OC” who represented El Paso Corp during California energy crisis opposing Pierce O’Donnell, Joe Cotchett, and Thomas Girardi of Joe Dunn’s Voice of OC; Ms. Annette Carnegie, formerly member of the board of California Bar Foundation during the Hush-Hush subrosa transfer of $780,000 to CaliforniaALL; Ms. Diane Pritchard who practiced extensively before the CPUC while at MoFo. (image: courtesy photo)

 

In the meantime, with a green light to proceed with the plan and with the credibility of state agencies behind her, Ruthe Ashley marched on. Ashley, however, wanted to maintain a low profile AND make it appear that her subsequent hiring was purely coincidental. As such, she delegated the task of forming the entity to be known as CaliforniaALL to Sarah Redfield and Victor Miramontes.

Miramontes, a resident of San Antonio, Texas is associated with CityView, a Los Angeles-based entity controlled by former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros

Papers were filed with both state and federal agencies to allow CaliforniaALL to operate as a tax exempt entity. Victor Miramontes listed himself as Chairman of the Board, and Sarah E. Redfield served as CaliforniaAll’s interim-executive-director for a period of 6 months. See below:

CaliforniaALL, Attorney General,

 

 

Sarah E. Redfield's Book

 

Sarah Redfield, one of the three lawyers who met at the San Francisco restaurant and who acted as CaliforniaALL’s Interim Executive Director was paid $157,763 while misclassified as an “independent contractor” in tax-returns submitted to the Internal Revenue Service.

See excerpt below from 2008 CaliforniaALL’s tax return.

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Thus, it was now time for Ruthe Ashley to make her appearance. She did so in June of 2008. CaliforniaALL issued multiple press releases announcing that Ruthe Ashley would serve as CaliforniaALL’s CEO.

CaliforniaALL hires Ruthe Ashley - Copy

 

Incidentally, Ashley and her attorneys represented to the IRS in returns bearing her signature that she was hired after a “nationwide search”, see below:

CalALL 2008 990 Ruth Ashley as CEO

 

 

CaliforniaALL’s was housed at: 400 Capitol Mall, Suite 2400 Sacramento, California 95814. This adress is actually the adress of the law-offices of DLA Piper in Sacramento. In its publication, CaliforniaALL thanked DLA Piper for offering pro-bono space in the Sacramento office. Yet, in CaliforniaALL’s tax-return signed by Ruthe Ashley, an expense in the amount of $16,457 for “occupancy” is listed. (See two images below)

 

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Occupancy 990 of California ALL

 

In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2 million from utility companies (AT&T, PG&E, Verizon, Sempra), including a sub-rosa Hush-Hush contribution of $769,247.00 from the State Bar of California Foundation (DBA California Bar Foundation).

Once Ashley assumed the position, the Foundation of the State Bar of California (which is under the complete control of the State Bar of California Board of Governors) made a quiet transfer of approximately $780,000 from Cal Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL.

California Bar Foundation Team

 

At the time of the transfer, the individuals controlling the Foundation were Holly Fujie, Girardi & Keese’s Howard Miller, Howard Rice’s Douglas Winthrop, Ex CPUC Commissioner Geoffrey Brown, Annette Carnegie of Morrison & Foerster (the one and the same Morrison & Foerster which served as legal counsel to CaliforniaALL through Eric Tate Susan Mac Cormac) , and a few others.

 

CaliforniaALL never acknowledged receipt of the approximate $780,000 from the Cal Bar Foundation in any of its publications, although it did acknowledge the transfer on its IRS tax returns. Likewise, California Bar Foundation never acknowledged the largest grant it ever bestowed in its newsroom, the California Bar Journal, or similar publications; it did, however, recognize the transfer on its IRS returns, and in a 2 by 2 inch blurb in its annual report.

 

Below is an image which reflects State Bar of California Foundation (DBA California Bar Foundation) IRS Tax-Return showing a transfer of $774,247 to CaliforniaALL.

 

 

Below, California Bar Foundation’s Newsroom, which made no mention of the “hush-hush” sub-rosa transfer to CaliforniaALL.

 

Foundation News Room 2008 - Copy

 

In 2008, serving as President of the Foundation was Mario Camara. A joint letter published and signed by Camara and Hatamiya also made no mention of the hush-hush transfer. Wasn’t Mr. Camara proud of it, just like he was proud of other money which went to support “pipelines” After all, CaliforniaALL was also intended to support “pipelines”. See below:

Mario Camara 2008 Foundation - Copy

 

Below an image taken from CaliforniaALL own newsletter which alludes to the fact that the State Bar of California is a “Founding Partner” of CaliforniaALL. Stingy with credit and despite the transfer of close to $780,000 from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL, only utility companies are listed as “Founding Funders.” See below:

 

 

 

As the purpose of CaliforniaALL was to transfer those funds forward, it did so by awarding approximately $300,000 in grants to the UCI Foundation, where State Bar of California Executive-Director Joe Dunn (future owner of Voice of OC) serves as trustee and chair of the Audit Committee.

Senator Joseph Dunn

 

U.C. Irvine Foundation CaliforniaALL

Voice of OC Team
Voice of OC original members of the Board of Directors(L-R) UCI Law Professor Henry Winestein, James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster, Thomas Girardi of Girardi & Keese State Bar of California executive director Joe Dunn, and UCI Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky.

In September 2009, Ruthe Ashley , as though her mission had been completed, abruptly exited CaliforniaALL. In the same month and year, State Bar of California Executive Director , Mr. Joe Dunn, publicly launched the online publication “The Voice of OC” with the help of Thomas Girardi of Girardi & Keese and James Brosnahan of Morrison & Foerster.

 

Also on September of 2009, CaliforniaALL saw fit to honor State Bar of California Board of Governors member Shrimpscam Gwen Moore — an appointee of Karen Bass and a confederate of fellow BOG member Jeannine English from the Little Hoover Commission:

 

 

 

Shockingly, and to add insult to injury, Jill Sperber of the State Bar of California would later claim

“No Bar or Foundation funds were used for CAAL creation (AKA CaliforniaALL – by TLR)

See original source HERE

 

THE MAKE BELIEF LAUNCHING OF SAL


SAL Our Work


UCI Foundation allegedly used the money it obtained from CaliforniaALL to launch a “Saturday Law Academy. ” According to Professor Sarah Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

 

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.

Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

 

SAL Partners

 

Sources with knowledge, speaking on condition of anonymity, maintain a red flag has been raised over West due to the overall circumstances surrounding sham non-profit entity CaliforniaALL; Voice of OC; Morrison & Foerster (“MoFo”); MoFo’s James Brosnahan of Voice of OC ; MoFo’s Susan Mac Cormac ; California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) ; State Bar of California executive-director Joe Dunn and Martha Escutia of Voice of OC ; Kamala Harris and mentor — John Keker of Keker & Van Nest; Willie Brown’s protégés — State Bar of California Board of Governors member Gwen Moore of Shrimpscam and CPUC Commissioner Timothy Simon.

According to the sources, while there is not even a scintilla of evidence that demonstrating that Mr. West somehow pocketed any money unlawfully or engaged in any other unlawful activities, his prior work with Brosnahan as well as the eerie coincidence that those who were involved with CaliforniaALL and Voice of OC were also in support of his conformation in 2009, requires further understanding of event, if only to examine potential conflict of interests should the DOJ ever investigate Voice of OC and/or CaliforniaALL — both entities with very close ties to Morrison & Foerster, and especially partner James Brosnahan.

CaliforniaALL Part 8: UNH Law Professor Sarah E. Redfield in The Make Belief Launching of SAL

SAL Our Work

CaliforniaALL, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable entity, came about as a result of a San Francisco restaurant meeting between Ruthe Ashley (a Diversity Officer at CalPERS and Vice President of the State Bar of California) and Peter Arth, Jr., Chief of Staff to CPUC President Michael Peevey. Also present at that meeting was Professor Sarah E. Redfield.

CaliforniaALL’s alleged purpose was to award grants to entities that would increase minority participation in the “pipelines” that feed into industries such as finance, technology, and law.

Donations to CaliforniaALL came primarily from utility companies (including AT&T, Sempra Energy, and PG&E). In its brief existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2 million, including an unusually large sub rosa contribution of $780,000 from the State Bar of California Foundation in 2008. CaliforniaALL was abruptly dissolved in July 2010.

According to confidential sources, an ongoing multi-prong is continuing, with “major breakthroughs” the sources describe as “alarming.”

A source maintains that one aspect of the inquiry involves grave misconduct surrounding the circumstances by which the public was misled to believe that CaliforniaALL was responsible for the creation of the Saturday Law Academy (SAL) at U.C. Irvine (UCI) in 2009 when, in fact, the SAL at UCI has actually been in existence for many years.

These sources maintain that the inquiry involves personnel at CaliforniaALL, the State Bar of California, and the California Bar Foundation, as well as University of New Hampshire (“UNH”) School of Law Professor Sarah E. Redfield, who falsely took credit for the project.

A 5 Year Visit to Sacramento
Ms. Sarah E. Redfield is a tenured law professor at the UNH School of Law. She is an expert in the area of education, education
jurisprudence, and matters relating to diversity in the legal profession.

Ironically, as one can see below, the faculty of UNH School of Law is approximately 98% Caucasian. See below a representative sample photo of the faculty. Either to maintain privacy or to make a statement, Prof. Redfield is camera-shy, and the below photo is as it appears on UNH’s website.
UNH1UNH2 Faculty, Sara E. Redfield,

Between 2004 and 2008, Professor Redfield served as a “visiting” professor at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. From 2008-2009, she served as interim Executive Director of CaliforniaALL, as well as program director. Professor Redfield was paid $157,763 for her services while she was misclassified as an “independent contractor.” See http://tinyurl.com/Portia-Balthazar

At and around the time that Prof. Redfield was serving at McGeorge, Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker served as the law school dean, and currently remains in that position. According to Dean Parker, because the pool of available minority students was not large enough, law schools were “competing” amongst themselves for each qualified minority student.

Parker, former General Counsel of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), took matters into her own hands to create her own supply of well-qualified minority students from minority neighborhoods in the surrounding Sacramento area.

As circumstances presented themselves, particularly with the election of former NBA player Kevin Johnson as the mayor of Sacramento, an idea surfaced that McGeorge (and other law schools in their respective communities) would create their own supplies of qualified minority students by actively engaging the community of potential future students as early as junior high school. Activities would include mentoring, speaker series, field trips, on-site visits to the law schools, Saturday law classes, and the like.

Thus, with visiting Professor Redfield – an expert in the area of education and education law – various programs came about, such as Wingspread P20 Consortium. At McGeorge, a local program known as the “Pacific Pathways” was created by Professor Redfield. See below. Pacific Pathways

Also employed at McGeorge as Assistant Dean for Career Services was Vice President of the State Bar of California, Ms. Ruthe Ashley, as well as State Bar Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Robert Hawley.

Ashley and Redfield were also involved with diversity-related matters within the State Bar of California as part of its council on access and fairness, and as the head of a working group referred to as “Education Pipeline, State Bar of California.”

Shortly, thereafter, Ashley left McGeorge to work at CalPERS as a “Diversity Officer” for External Affairs. As previously mentioned, Peter Arth, Jr. invited Ashley and Redfield to dinner, whereupon the idea for CaliforniaALL (initially known as Ca AAL) was memorialized on a paper napkin in approximately July 2007.

By the end of 2007, the State Bar of California, the CPUC, and CalPERS all agreed to enter into a partnership with CaliforniaALL, and to otherwise endorse the organization which had its first board meeting in November 2007. Two noted board members who were with CaliforniaALL from its inception until it was dissolved were James Hsu and Pat
Fong-Kushida.

Fong-Kushida is a longtime acquaintance of Ashley, and served as President of the Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce. Fong-Kushida, along with Board of Governors member Gwen Moore, are both members of the California Utilities Diversity Council.

Similarly, James Hsu – a corporate attorney who advises companies regarding off-shore transactions and has a “China Specialty” – was actively involved in efforts to diversify the California workforce by attending CPUC meeting relevant to the matter.

Holly Fujie ,Ginger Bredemeier
Ms. Ginger Bredmeier (right), from May 2007 to May 2008 was employed at CalPERS as Administrative Assistant, Diversity Outreach Program. From May 2008 to August 2009 she was a “Writing Projects Manager – Human Resources and Grant Projects” at CaliforniaALL. Ms. Bredmeier was elected President of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (NAPALSA) while a law student at McGeorge, and is seen here with Ms. Holly Fujie who in 2008 was serving both on the Board of Governors and the California Bar Foundation, participated in a scheme along with Ruthe Ashley, Patricia Lee, Judy Johnson and Leslie Hatamiya relating to the transfer of $780,000 in “hush-hush” funds from the California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL. (Photo :courtesy)

The Make-Belief Launching of SAL

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E. Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager; Ginger Bredmeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she “launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was visibly at work through the program. See below.

Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and Director of UCISAL.
Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See below.)

SAL Partners

CaliforniaALL Part 8: UNH Law Professor Sarah E. Redfield in The Make Belief Launching of SAL

SAL Our Work

CaliforniaALL, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable entity, came about as a
result of a San Francisco restaurant meeting between Ruthe Ashley (a
Diversity Officer at CalPERS and Vice President of the State Bar of
California) and Peter Arth, Jr., Chief of Staff to CPUC President
Michael Peevey. Also present at that meeting was Professor Sarah E.
Redfield.

CaliforniaALL’s alleged purpose was to award grants to entities that
would increase minority participation in the “pipelines” that feed into
industries such as finance, technology, and law.

Donations to CaliforniaALL came primarily from utility companies
(including AT&T, Sempra Energy, and PG&E). In its brief
existence from 2008 to 2010, CaliforniaALL collected close to $2
million, including an unusually large sub rosa contribution of $780,000
from the State Bar of California Foundation in 2008. CaliforniaALL was
abruptly dissolved in July 2010.

According to confidential sources, an ongoing multi-prong is continuing,
with “major breakthroughs” the sources describe as “alarming.” A source maintains that one aspect of the inquiry involves grave
misconduct surrounding the circumstances by which the public was misled
to believe that CaliforniaALL was responsible for the creation of the
Saturday Law Academy (SAL) at U.C. Irvine (UCI) in 2009 when, in fact,
the SAL at UCI has actually been in existence for many years.

These sources maintain that the inquiry involves personnel at
CaliforniaALL, the State Bar of California, and the California Bar
Foundation, as well as University of New Hampshire (“UNH”) School of Law
Professor Sarah E. Redfield, who falsely took credit for the project.

A 5 Year Visit to Sacramento
Ms. Sarah E. Redfield is a tenured law professor at the UNH School of
Law. She is an expert in the area of education, education
jurisprudence, and matters relating to diversity in the legal
profession. Ironically, as one can see below, the faculty of UNH School of Law is
approximately 98% Caucasian. See below a representative sample photo of
the faculty. Either to maintain privacy or to make a statement, Prof.
Redfield is camera-shy, and the below photo is as it appears on UNH’s
website.
UNH1 UNH2 Faculty, Sara E. Redfield,

Between 2004 and 2008, Professor Redfield served as a “visiting”
professor at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. From 2008-2009, she
served as interim Executive Director of CaliforniaALL, as well as
program director. Professor Redfield was paid $157,763 for her services
while she was misclassified as an “independent contractor.” See
http://tinyurl.com/Portia-Balthazar At and around the time that Prof. Redfield was serving at McGeorge,
Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker served as the law school dean, and currently
remains in that position. According to Dean Parker, because the pool
of available minority students was not large enough, law schools were
“competing” amongst themselves for each qualified minority student. Parker, former General Counsel of the United States Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA), took matters into her own hands to create her own supply
of well-qualified minority students from minority neighborhoods in the
surrounding Sacramento area. As circumstances presented themselves, particularly with the election of
former NBA player Kevin Johnson as the mayor of Sacramento, an idea
surfaced that McGeorge (and other law schools in their respective
communities) would create their own supplies of qualified minority
students by actively engaging the community of potential future students
as early as junior high school. Activities would include mentoring,
speaker series, field trips, on-site visits to the law schools, Saturday
law classes, and the like.

Thus, with visiting Professor Redfield – an expert in the area of
education and education law – various programs came about, such as
Wingspread P20 Consortium. At McGeorge, a local program known as the
“Pacific Pathways” was created by Professor Redfield. See below.
Pacific Pathways

Also employed at McGeorge as Assistant Dean for Career Services was Vice
President of the State Bar of California, Ms. Ruthe Ashley, as well as
State Bar Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Robert Hawley.

Ashley and Redfield were also involved with diversity-related matters
within the State Bar of California as part of its council on access and
fairness, and as the head of a working group referred to as “Education
Pipeline, State Bar of California.”

Shortly, thereafter, Ashley left McGeorge to work at CalPERS as a
“Diversity Officer” for External Affairs. As previously mentioned,
Peter Arth, Jr. invited Ashley and Redfield to dinner, whereupon the
idea for CaliforniaALL (initially known as Ca AAL) was memorialized on a
paper napkin in approximately July 2007. By the end of 2007, the State Bar of California, the CPUC, and CalPERS
all agreed to enter into a partnership with CaliforniaALL, and to
otherwise endorse the organization which had its first board meeting in
November 2007. Two noted board members who were with CaliforniaALL from
its inception until it was dissolved were James Hsu and Pat
Fong-Kushida. Fong-Kushida is a longtime acquaintance of Ashley, and served as
President of the Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce. Fong-Kushida,
along with Board of Governors member Gwen Moore, are both members of the
California Utilities Diversity Council.

Similarly, James Hsu – a corporate attorney who advises companies
regarding off-shore transactions and has a “China Specialty” – was
actively involved in efforts to diversify the California workforce by
attending CPUC meeting relevant to the matter.

Holly Fujie ,Ginger Bredemeier
Ms. Ginger Bredmeier (right), from May 2007 to May 2008 was employed at
CalPERS as Administrative Assistant, Diversity Outreach Program. From
May 2008 to August 2009 she was a “Writing Projects Manager – Human
Resources and Grant Projects” at CaliforniaALL. Ms. Bredmeier was
elected President of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student
Association (NAPALSA) while a law student at McGeorge, and is seen here
with Ms. Holly Fujie who in 2008 was serving both on the Board of
Governors and the California Bar Foundation, participated in a scheme
along with Ruthe Ashley, Patricia Lee, Judy Johnson and Leslie Hatamiya
relating to the transfer of $780,000 in “hush-hush” funds from the
California Bar Foundation to CaliforniaALL. (Photo :courtesy)

The Make-Belief Launching of SAL

In mid 2008, CaliforniaALL was ready to rock and roll. It had just
obtained Section 501(C)(3) approval, Ruthe Ashley was hired as a CEO, a
sub rosa transfer of $780,000 had been received from the Cal Bar
Foundation, and close to another million dollars from utility companies
poured in.

In addition to having and employing “best practices,” CaliforniaALL was
fortunate to have on board talented and dedicated staff such as Sarah E.
Redfield, Program Director; Consultant Larissa Parecki, office manager;
Ginger Bredmeier, Writing Projects Manager, Human Resources, Grant
Projects; and Matt Cumida, executive administrative assistant.

According to Professor Redfield’s CV, between 2008 and 2009 she
“launched” CaliforniaALL, participated in RFP, and “launched” the
Saturday Academy of Law at U. C. Irvine.

Sara E. Redfield SAL

Similarly, CaliforniaALL’s own publication indicates that with
CaliforniaALL’s grant funds, U.C. Irvine developed and implemented the
Saturday Academy of Law, and that by 2009 CaliforniaALL’s mission was
visibly at work through the program. See below.
Work CALALL SAL

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Instead, as most transactions
involving CaliforniaALL, the California Bar Foundation and the State Bar
of California, it is imbued with fraud and egregious acts dishonesty and
deception.

Specifically, the Saturday Academy of Law has been in existence for many
years, and is part of the University of California Irvine’s Center for
Educational Partnerships (CFEP), which has many programs to benefit the
community, such as “UCI Saturdays with Sciences,” “Saturday Academy in
Mathematics,” and the like.

For example, as part of a field trip to law firms, the photo below was
taken in 2005 when the UCISAL group visited the law offices of Sheppard
Mullin.

UCI SAL

In 2007, UCISAL paid a visit to Allen Matkins. (See below.) We have
intentionally blurred the photo to maintain the students’ privacy. Seated on the right is Robert Hamilton. On the far right is Karina
Hamilton, a former Allen Matkins associate, wife of Robert Hamilton, and
Director of UCISAL. Please double-click on the photo for full view.

SAL Visit to Allen Matkins

In fact, UCI’s own literature gives no credit to CaliforniaALL. (See
below.)

SAL Partners

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