Lozada v. City and County of San Francisco, A111423
Where claims for money and damages pursued by a public safety officer were more than "incidental" to declaratory and injunctive relief sought for alleged violations of the Public Safety Officers' Procedural Bill of Rights Act, the officer must present a claim to the public entity employer pursuant to the Government Claims Act.
- Decided 12/18/2006
- Published 12/18/2006
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Philip J. Kaplan, Law Offices of Philip J. Kaplan, Los Angeles, for Appellant., Silver, Hadden & Silver, Lawrence J. Friedman, Stephen H. Silver, Santa Monica, for Amicus Curiae, The Peace Officers' Research Association of California Legal Defense Fund, in Support of Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Dennis J. Herrera, City Attorney, Molly Stump, Chief Atty-Public Protection Team, David A. Carrillo, Katharine Hobin Porter, for Respondents., Martin J. Mayer, Krista MacNevin Jee, Fullerton, Jennifer Henning, Jones & Mayer, for Amici Curiae, League of California Cities, California State Sheriff's Association, and California Police Chiefs' Association, California State Association of Counties, In Support of Respondents.