Friday, April 3, 2020
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Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order to enhance the authority of California’s Judicial Branch to take emergency action in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Orange County Superior Court will remain closed to the public until April 24, 2020, with minimal exceptions for time sensitive matters or matters pertaining to the safety and security of the community.
The Orange County Superior Court is closed to the public, with minimal exceptions for time sensitive matters, or matters pertaining to the safety and security of the community.
While our office will be closed, we will be working remotely to continue to serve our members and legal community.
As we all deal and cope with the COVID-19 situation, it is helpful to hear the acts of kindness and goodwill that abound. The OCBA would like to showcase the good deeds of its members.
The OCBA wants to help its members stay up to date with the latest information from the courts and legal community regarding COVID-19. Please use this page as a resource for local information.
OCBA member Michael Balmages received the first “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Orange County Superior Court Temporary Judge Program in recognition of his 35 years of service to the court as a volunteer, temporary judge, trainer, and mentor.
The section presented its 2019 Tax Law Section awards to Bradley Martinson and Jacqueline Maar.
Employment, labor, and business immigration law firm Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP (CDF) announced the elevation of OCBA member Denisha McKenzie to Senior Counsel. McKenzie is based in the firm's Orange County office.
Snell & Wilmer announced that member Mark Foster has been elected to join the firm’s partnership.