A suit arising from the challenged conversion of Mobil Home Park by City interesting issue in the case were application of specific municipal and Government code provisions. For example whether the conversion review could incorporate Coastal Commission process.
A suit claiming that city was responsible for the diminution in value for a contract to purchase by seller for the discovery of an underground oil pipeline on the property. The case raised issues of Statute of limitations and government claims procedures as defense to breach
A suit demanding Injunctive relief as well as breach of MOU brought against City for seeking to outsource public facilities specifically city jail. The litigation concentrated on the extent of City authority to modify or alter the collective bargaining process incorporated in the existing employee contracts.
A claim brought by former policeman relating to denial of concealed weapons permit by the police chief.
A suit by homeowner against the California Coastal Commission challenging conditions for development of his beach front property demanded by Coastal Commission. The conditions related to what the homeowner claimed were arbitrary violative of due process as they sought to encumber his property through deed restrictions.
A suit to challenge the removal of long standing permits to use city docks by reclassification of these facilities as state managed leading to a significant increase in fees and taxes for the longs tanding city users.
Numerous cases seeking writ of mandamus relief for both state and local agency actions.
The Honorable Luis A. Rodriguez brings a 34 year legal and judicial career punctuated by over 20 years of experience as trial judge on the Orange County Superior Court.