Plus an additional $40 million in housing concessions The longstanding grudge between the city and Academy of Art University, one of San Francisco’s biggest landlords, finally boiled over this year, with City Attorney Dennis HerreraShow More Summary
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit against the developers behind the famously sinking Millennium Tower. The 58-story structure has sunk 16 inches since its construction in 2008 and threatens to sink further, displacing more than 400 residents. Show More Summary
City Attorney Dennis Herrera sued the developer of the sinking Millennium condominium tower Thursday, alleging the builder violated the law by failing to disclose the building’s settlement issues despite knowing of the problem more than a year before the units came to market. Show More Summary
The federal government is “wrong as a matter of law and public policy” to reject San Francisco’s plan to reserve 40 percent of subsidized units for neighborhood residents, City Attorney Dennis Herrera told federal housing officials Thursday. The...Show More Summary
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“Enough is enough,” observed San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera. [ more › ]
TweetJust released: “Herrera seeks injunction to halt discrimination over Section 8 vouchers City Attorney calls vouchers ‘an essential tool for many San Franciscans to access affordable housing—especially in crisis like the one we are...Show More Summary
A Christian group is suing the city of San Francisco over public urinals at a huge municipal park known for nearly-nude sunbathers, among other “adult” activities, according to SFGate. But City Attorney Dennis Herrera seems to think the litigation is, if not funny, at least ridiculous....
SAN FRANCISCO TO JUSTIN BIEBER: STOP SPRAY-PAINTING GRAFFITI ON OUR SIDEWALKS. “While the exact source of the graffiti remains unclear, City Attorney Dennis Herrera wants Bieber and his label to help make it stop:” “This prohibited marketing...Show More Summary
Justin Bieber couldn't finish the year without getting into a little bit of trouble with the law. San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera wrote a letter to Def Jam Records and Universal Music yesterday about “illegal and actionable” graffiti used to promote Bieber's album, "Purpose," released November 13. Show More Summary
The city attorney in San Francisco is up in arms about a graffiti case involving pop star Justin Bieber’s latest album. The AP reports that Dennis Herrera is demanding that Universal Music Group, Bieber’s music publisher, cooperate in an investigation...
San Francisco’s city attorney wants to know who is behind a graffiti campaign promoting Justin Bieber’s latest album, Purpose, on the city’s sidewalks. On Monday, City attorney Dennis Herrera, sent a letter to the record label Bieber is signed to. Show More Summary
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is demanding the full cooperation of Justin Bieber's record label and distribution company to identify and punish those responsible for a guerrilla marketing campaign that includes pervasive ads spray-painted on public sidewalks to promote Bieber's album, "Purpose." Herrera, who called the graffiti vandalism "illegal...
San Francisco's city attorney is demanding that Justin Bieber's music publisher help determine who is responsible for sidewalk graffiti promoting the pop star's latest album. City Atty. Dennis Herrera sent a letter to Universal Music Group on Monday, saying the graffiti appears to have been applied...
San Francisco is on the hunt for the person who graffitied a sidewalk to promote Justin Bieber's new album ... and they want his record label to snitch out the culprit. City Attorney Dennis Herrera fired off a letter to Universal Music…
Back in November his publicity team spray painted ads for his new album Purpose on the sidewalks of San Francisco, and now Justin Bieber is getting an earful from the town’s legal team. City Attorney Dennis Herrera is calling the campaign...Show More Summary
TweetHere’s a new update on this sitch. “Herrera subpoenas Trinity over rent-controlled apartments used as ‘SOMA Suites Hotel’ “After request for cooperation is met ‘with obfuscation and deflection of responsibility,’ City Attorney moves to compel production of evidence in housing investigation “SAN FRANCISCO (Sept. Show More Summary
TweetJust released by the City Attorney’s Office “Herrera demands answers from Trinity Place on tourist uses of rent-controlled dwellings – Investigation finds evidence that nearly two-dozen residential apartments—including 16 rent-controlled units—were apparently leased to tourists as ‘SOMA Suites Hotel’ SAN FRANCISCO (Aug. Show More Summary
TweetNot to be confused with The Stalin, it’s just Stalin. Four octaves? Well, that’s got me beat Anyway, if you advertise your product/service in this way on the sidewalks of Haight Ashbury, The Man (City Attorney Dennis Herrera) just might come at ya, Josef. Oh, what’s that, it’s chalk and it comes right off? […]
San Francisco's City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a letter informing McDonald's that they are “legally on the hook” for the drug dealing, fisticuffs, car break-ins, and other illegal activity at its Haight-Ashbury location. Read the rest