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Ex-County Counsel Sues L.A. to Get Job Back

Posted By Sara Brylowski, Monday, May 23, 2016

LOS ANGELES (CN) - Los Angeles county's former top attorney claims the Board of Supervisors violated a public meetings law when it forced him to resign last year, and he wants his job back.
     Mark Saladino sued the L.A. County Board of Supervisors in Superior Court on Thursday under California's Ralph Brown Act, claiming he was summoned to appear at a "mystery" meeting with Supervisor Michael Antonovich, a Republican, and Supervisor Hilda Solis, a Democrat, on the morning of June 10, 2015.
     The county's attorney Skip Miller, with Miller Barondess, also attended, according to Saladino, who says the supervisors told him he was being reassigned and would have to announce his resignation.

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