News & Articles
Winner of the 2018 CSBA Apple Watch Drawing Announced
Nov 29, 2018 – Nov 30, 2018 – We are pleased to announce that Sue Ovitt from the Chaffey Joint Union High School District was the winner of the Apple Watch.
Verdict for the Defense
Attorney Kevin Gilbert represented the City of Los Angeles against the multi-million dollar claims of a person whose conviction had been overturned based on new evidence after spending almost twenty years in prison.
GOVERNOR SIGNS NEW LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR SELECTION PROCESS
On September 23, 2016, Governor Brown signed AB 2316 which requires school districts, when awarding lease-leaseback contracts, to use an advertised competitive selection process and award the project to the proposer providing the “best value” to the district.
Sarine Abrahamian speaks on “Greening School Projects” at LACOE
Sarine Abrahamian will be presenting “Greening School Projects” at the LACOE Facilities Network Meeting on September 8, 2016 from 10:35 am – 11:05 am.
Court of Appeal Sides with OHSH in a Challenge to the Malibu High School Athletic Field Lights
Ending nearly four years of litigation, the Court of Appeal sided with Orbach Huff Suarez and Henderson LLP (OHSH) representing Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, and denied a Malibu citizens group’s challenge to the coastal development permit for the Malibu High School athletic field lights, in its decision rendered on April 27, 2016.
Orbach Huff Suarez & Henderson LLP is pleased to announce the election of Sarine Abrahamian as a partner of the firm.
Sarine Abrahamian’s practice is focused on the representation of public agencies including real estate, land use, construction and eminent domain, handling both transactional and litigation matters.
OHSH paralegal Katherine Eaton published by CEB for Handling Subpoenas Action Guide
OHSH would like to congratulate our paralegal, Katherine S.Eaton, for being selected for the second time to edit the Handling Subpoenas Action Gude published.
OHSH saves K-12 district clients from claims in excess of $50,000,000
The Office of Public School Construction claimed that certain student enrollment reporting errors caused the District to unjustifiably receive $18.1 million in new construction funds on six school projects.