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Civil Litigation

Aug. 20, 2020

Next up for the Oakland A’s new stadium plan: another lawsuit

While some have been enjoying the return of baseball, albeit without fans in the stands, the Oakland A’s are moving forward with their game plan for a new stadium in the Port of Oakland. However, relations with their prospective neighbors are off to a rocky start.

While some have been enjoying the return of baseball, albeit without fans in the stands, the Oakland A's are moving forward with their game plan for a new stadium in the Port of Oakland. However, relations with their prospective neighbors are off to a rocky start. In March, stadium opponents led off by filing suit against the state and city of Oakland arguing the project is not eligible for an expedited CEQA review and litigation schedule. On Aug. 4, the A's hit back,...

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