by Irvin Muchnick
As reported earlier, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Brand has scheduled briefing and a hearing on Concussion Inc.’s motion for the University of California Regents to disclose 141 pages of Berkeley campus police reports in the aftermath of the 2014 conditioning drill death of football player Ted Agu.
Brand also issued a terse second order to reinforce the main one setting the deadline of October 22 for our opening brief, and subsequent deadlines and the November 21 date for oral arguments:
“Any delay in the trial, caused by non-compliance with any order contained herein, shall be the subject of sanctions pursuant to CCP [California Code of Civil Procedure] 177.5.”
The full background is that our side had been complaining about procedural delays by UC in the prelude to the court’s decision to focus on our contention that the mystery 141 pages are not protected by a California Public Records Act exemption for records of law enforcement agencies.
Complete headline links to our Ted Agu series: https://concussioninc.net/?p=10877