3 results for month: 01/2024

City to appeal decision in OBOT v Oakland

The City of Oakland will appeal Judge Wise's decision in OBOT v Oakland. The City's attorneys filed formal notice on January 23, 2024, the same day Judge Wise filed her final, formal judgement in the case. The simple form the City filed indicated only an intent to appeal; it was posted on the court's e-Portal yesterday, January 24th. The City's argument(s) to the California Court of Appeals will not be disclosed until the City files its opening brief. Stay tuned ... it looks like OBOT v Oakland isn't over yet.       Image credit: Alpha Stock Images, Creative Commons licence CC-BY-SA 3.0.

NCIO Vows To Keep Up the Fight as Court Issues Final Judgment

Coal terminal trial ends in split decision. No Coal in Oakland warns, "Investors, beware. There will never be a coal export terminal in Oakland."

OBOT elects to continue development of West Gateway terminal

Late this afternoon, on January 8, 2024, Judge Noël Wise published her Proposed Judgment in OBOT v Oakland. Parties may file objections or comments by Friday January 12, 2024 at 4:00 pm, at which point Judge Wise will determine whether to schedule a hearing for oral argument prior to finalizing her judgment. As reported on December 25, the Judge’s final decision on remedies (published on December 22nd) directed that “Tagami now has a choice between walking away from the project with a mere $317,683 or resuming efforts to build the terminal with a new deadline to get construction underway by July 2026. Phil Tagami’s team has until January 5 ...