California Lawyer Magazine quoted Visiting Professor Mario Mainero in a piece entitled “Full Discloser: Orange Crush.” The article discussed Orange County’s lawsuit to rescind retroactive pension increases. “Once you see that the state constitution has been violated here, it’s clear this isn’t a political lawsuit.” Professor Mainero said. Read more about Professor Mainero in the
A recent article in the Voice of the OC discusses Professor Mario Mainero’s transition from chief of staff to County Supervisor John Moorlach to Chapman law professor. “I thought it was about time to go back to what I love doing,” Mainero said. Read the article here.
Professor Mario Mainero, visiting associate professor and former chief of staff for Orange County supervisor John Moorlach, was recently quoted in a column in the Orange County Register regarding funding for Planned Parenthood’s proposed breast health care clinic. Read the article here.
Professor Mario Mainero, Visiting Associate Professor of Academic Achievement and Senior Policy Adviser for Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach, authored an ordinance that was recognized by PublicCEO as the Ordinance of the Year. The ordinance, which was approved unanimously by the Orange County Board of Supervisor’s in November, banned project labor agreements and other anti-competitive
Chapman University School of Law Professor Mario Mainero, who is also Chief of Staff to County Supervisor John Moorlach, was recently quoted in an article in the Orange County Register about who should pay to police the OC Harbor. Supervisor Moorlach organized a group to evaluate concerns and funding issues. Professor Mainero said, “I think
Professor Mario Mainero was quoted in an article in the Orange County Register discussing a new city ordinance that is an opposition to project labor agreements. Professor Mainero, and Chief of Staff to Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach, explained “that several subcontracts in the county might currently include PLAs; this ordinance will not correct those
Chapman Law Professor Mario Mainero, in coordination with Nik Daftary of County Counsel, co-drafted legislation (SB 752), which permits Orange County employees a new lower tier for their defined benefit pension plan. If county employees choose to “opt down” to the lower tier, the economic benefit is greater take-home pay for employees since their employee
Professor Mario Mainero was quoted in an article in the Los Angeles Times entitled, “Orange County sheriff’s crackdown on gun permits comes under fire.” Professor Mainero commented on Supervisor Chris Norby’s resolution to concealed gun permits, stating “Even if the board approved Norby’s resolution, there is little chance that it would be binding on the