Third District Court of Appeals Grants Aaron Ralls’ Appeal of Trial Courts Ruling

 Goyette & Assocaites Attorney Stephen Palazzo Prevails in Ralls Case The California Third District Court of Appeals grants Aaron Ralls’ appeal of the trial courts ruling. The appellate court orders the trial court to reverse the trial court’s (erroneous) order directing the State Personnel Board Learn More …

Class Notice Mailing Delayed in the 3.125% Retro Pay Case

The mailing of the class Notice in the California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO) lawsuit seeking the 3.125% retro pay for correctional supervisors has been delayed, despite the fact that the class is certified, and the parties have agreed upon the form and content of the Learn More …

Class Notice Mailing Delayed in the Statewide Walking Time Case

After the California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO) Shaw and Kuhn cases seeking pay for pre and post shift walking time and other associated time were moved to the San Francisco Superior Court and coordinated with the statewide Stoetzl case, the class Notice was agreed upon Learn More …

Not Following Orders? Could Result in Insubordination Allegation

Most people would agree that any form of law enforcement is considered a para-military organization. This is to include all aspects of custody and control wheather it be at the county jail or a state prison. Within such organizations the chain of command is the Learn More …