The register of actions at the website of the Alameda County Superior Court, where the California Public Records Act lawsuit Muchnick v. University of California Board of Regents has been litigated for nearly four years, three days ago posted, without accompanying documentation as yet, the following notice:
“11/23/20 Judgment Entire Action Filed”
This one-line entry corresponds to papers submitted by both parties to Judge Jeffrey S. Brand on November 23.
A month earlier the judge had ruled that Concussion Inc. was the prevailing party for purposes of awarding attorney fees in the lawsuit, which resulted in the release of 700 pages of internal university documents illuminating aspects of the cover-up of the circumstances of the 2014 offseason conditioning drill death of UC Berkeley football player Ted Agu. The court ordered our attorney, Roy S. Gordet, and UC counsel to attempt to negotiate a compromise concerning the amount of reimbursement of our attorney fees.
More on this when additional information in the public file becomes available.
“Here’s What We Learned Additionally About UC Berkeley’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up As a Consequence of Our Successful Public Records Act Case,” September 11, https://concussioninc.net/?p=14581
“Muchnick on Daniel Libit’s ‘The Intercollegiate’ Podcast, Discussing Public Records Act Case For Documents in University of California’s 2014 Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death Cover-Up,” September 14, https://concussioninc.net/?p=14592
“In Email to Vice Chancellor During Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death From Sickle Cell Trait Collapse, Berkeley Campus Police Chief Said the Quiet Part Out Loud,” September 18, https://concussioninc.net/?p=14604
“Judge’s Final Order on Prevailing Party in ‘Muchnick v. UC Board of Regents’ Sets Up Conclusion of California Public Records Act Case in 2014 Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death Cover-Up,” October 24, https://concussioninc.net/?p=14668