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Cory Briggs’ conduct ‘unethical and possibly criminal,’ appellate court says

Cory Briggs’ conduct ‘unethical and possibly criminal,’ appellate court says

In a published opinion Thursday, three justices of the 4th District Court of Appeal said Briggs knowingly represented a suspended corporation in a lawsuit challenging a new San Diego tax to finance an expansion of the downtown convention center, but didn't acknowledge it and then didn't give a reasons for his actions. Publication of the opinion means it can be cited as legal precedent. Read More »

Judge weighs challenge to San Diego tourism payments

Judge weighs challenge to San Diego tourism payments

A Superior Court judge will soon decide if a nonprofit group has the right to challenge whether certain payments from hotel owners can be used to promote San Diego’s tourism industry. Judge Joel Wohlfeil will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that pits San Diegans for Open Government against the city and the San Diego Tourism Marketing District. The arguments ... Read More »

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