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Heartbroken to hear news from our brothers and sisters @LBPD @LBPOA about the sudden loss of Officer Anton Fischer. This loss will be felt throughout our 1st responder family. Our most sincere condolences to his #LBPD family and the Fischer Family. Thank you for your service. https://t.co/gMAh4gk0RB
It’s hard to believe it’s coming up on two years since Dave’s passing. To memorialize the ultimate sacrifice Dave made, the north bound section of I-5 in San Juan Capistrano will now be known as the Dave Rosa Memorial Highway. Some uplifting news in a challenging time. https://t.co/yPUFDa0200
Officer Prevails in “Freeway Therapy” Retaliation Case In March 2010, Santa Barbara County District Attorney Investigator Rick Prancevic was punitively transferred from one county
Negotiating a Workers’ Compensation Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program for Public Safety Safety officers, who have claimed a work injury, will be faced with
Over the last decade Adams, Ferrone & Ferrone has established itself as a cutting edge multi-faceted law firm specializing in the representation of
Compensable Consequence Injuries in Workers’ Compensation Workers’ compensation has a principal known as the ”compensable consequence” or secondary injuries, where a subsequent injury is the
By: Michael A. McGill
Attorneys Stuart Adams and Michael McGill recently combined efforts to successfully vindicate the First Amendment and union rights of three Board members for the Santee Firefighter’s Association, Local 4373.
Fire Captains Jon Sengebusch, David Leask and Justin Matsushiata were all very active and vocal union members for the Firefighters’ Association. The Captains served various official positions with the Association Board, including part of a labor relations committee. Over the course of a couple of years, the Captains brought to light and blew the whistle on various safety concerns within the Department. These concerns related to a number of failures by the Fire Chief, including his failure to implement basic safety recommendations of the Association following a series of preventable severe injuries by firefighters.
On May 22, 2015, a federal District Court ruled that the City of Sanger violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) by failing to properly compute the overtime rate for its police officers. The Court’s order is groundbreaking, as it expands the definition of what must be included in the overtime rate of pay. It further means that the City must immediately recalculate the overtime rate of pay for every sworn peace officer employed by the City going back three years. Attorney Michael McGill represented the Sanger POA and its members throughout the litigation, and is the first attorney in the state of California and the Ninth Circuit, to prevail on the issue presented.