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Laura Chick

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  • City controller told to sever ties with private counsel

     
    The lawsuit between the Los Angeles city controller???s office and the city attorney???s office took a new twist today when the City Council ordered Controller Wendy Greuel to sever ties with her private counsel, Fred Woocher. Woocher was hired by......
  • Los Angeles city attorney and city controller given one month to resolve dispute

     
    A judge on Tuesday gave Los Angeles??? warring city attorney and city controller another month to resolve a legal dispute over limits to the city controller???s auditing powers. At the same time, the judge expressed confusion over the Los Angeles......
  • Judge delays legal squabble between L.A. city attorney and controller

     
    Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark V. Mooney agreed to a two-week delay today in the legal dispute between City Atty. Carmen Trutanich and City Controller Wendy Greuel over the auditing powers of the controller’s office, but he underscored.......
  • Judge says L.A. controller has right to defend her office

     
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled today that Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel can officially take the place of her predecessor, Laura Chick, in a lawsuit filed by the former city attorney. Until Judge Mark V. Mooney’s......
  • Judge rules that L.A. controller lacks authority to audit elected officials

     
    The Los Angeles city controller does not have the legal authority to conduct performance audits on the city attorney or any other elected official, including the mayor and members of the City Council, a judge ruled today. L.A. County Superior......
  • Stimulus projects delayed by review backlog

     
    Construction projects funded by federal stimulus money aimed at jump-starting California’s economy are being delayed as much as two months because of a bureaucratic backlog, the state’s inspector general said Monday. Laura Chick, the former Los...
  • Ethics Commission votes to ban officials from taking free tickets from those seeking city business

     
    The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission voted Tuesday to propose that high-level officials be barred from receiving free entry to concerts, sports events and other cultural activities if the donor of the ticket has business pending before the city. On........
  • Lawmaker wants tighter ethics rules for California bullet train authority

     
    A member of the state Assembly committee overseeing a proposed $43-billion bullet train said Monday he would draft legislation to “ensure the integrity” of the massive project, which after years of delay is moving rapidly toward construction....