Author: Ken White

Brown White & Osborn LLP’s lawyers regularly write about criminal justice and civil litigation issues for publications nationwide. Here are three recent examples: Confessions of an Ex-Prosecutor at Reason Magazine, discussing how culture shapes prosecutorial behavior. Brock Turner: The Sort of Defendant Who Is Spared “Severe Impact,” at the FaultLines Blog,...

California Government Code Section 1090 (“Section 1090”) – which prohibits public officials and public employees from “making” public contracts in which they have a financial interest – is notoriously vague, broad, and maleable. The California Legislature recently aggravated those troublesome qualities by expanding Section 1090...

Please join Brown White & Osborn LLP in congratulating Jack B. Osborn in his new leadership role as Chair of the Conference of California Bar Associations. [caption id="attachment_192" align="alignnone" width="320"] Mr. Osborn at a CCBA meeting.[/caption]   On October 9, 2015 attorneys from throughout California will gather in Anaheim for...