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Former Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations Debra Gill Joins RPMG

Renne Public Management Group (RPMG), a division of Renne Public Law Group (RPLG), is pleased to welcome Debra Gill, former Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations for the City of Pleasanton. Ms. Gill is the newest addition to RPMG’s expanding cohort of consultants. In her new role, she helps local governments, special districts and nonprofits address needs and challenges to achieve greater impact in communities across California.

January 24th, 2023|

Former City Attorney Jannie Quinn Joins RPLG and RPMG

Renne Public Law Group (RPLG) welcomes former city attorney Jannie Quinn, who joins the firm as of counsel after more than 20 years of service in the City of Mountain View. Jannie also will support public agency clients as a consultant with Renne Public Management Group (RPMG), a division of RPLG.

January 11th, 2023|

Cadena et al. v. Customer Connexx, LLC et al

On October 24, 2022, the Ninth Circuit held that time spent by a specific group of call center workers booting up their computers was compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as “integral and indispensable” to their principal job duties. The Court’s decision in Cariene Cadena, et al. v. Customer Connexx, LLC, et al., 51 F.4th 831 (9th Cir. 2022) (“Cadena”) , reversed a district court ruling granting summary judgment to the employer-defendant.

November 14th, 2022|

Former City Manager Dan Rich Joins RPMG

Renne Public Management Group (RPMG), a division of Renne Public Law Group, welcomes Dan Rich, former city manager for the cities of Mountain View and Campbell. As one of RPMG’s growing cadre of consultants and strategic advisors, Dan will help cities, counties, special districts and nonprofits improve their effectiveness and achieve greater impact.

November 8th, 2022|

California Adopts New Protections for Election Workers and Other Public Servants

The increasingly polarized political environment has taken a toll on election workers and other public servants. The California Legislature has noticed, recognizing in its most recent election legislation that 15 percent of the state’s election officials have retired since the 2020 election. In an ongoing effort to address this issue, Governor Newsom signed SB 1131 into law on September 26, 2022, establishing new protections for public officials from harassment, threats, and acts of violence. As an urgency statute, SB 1311 went into effect that same day.

November 8th, 2022|
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