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Calif. Justice Werdegar, After 23 Years, Will Retire in August

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Justice Kathryn Werdegar is retiring from the California Supreme Court on Aug. 31, ending a 23-year career on the court and five decades in public service.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Unlike so many of her current and recent activist high-court colleagues, Justice Werdegar regularly shows common sense and a respect for both state and federal precedent. Sadly, would-be secessionist Jerry Brown is now free to appoint yet another reflexively anti-business, liability-expanding kook. Bet the farm that he will do so.

  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Unlike so many of her current and recent activist high-court colleagues, Justice Werdegar regularly shows common sense and a respect for both state and federal precedent. Sadly, would-be secessionist Jerry Brown is now free to appoint yet another reflexively anti-business, liability-expanding kook. Bet the farm that he will do so.

  • Supreme Court Attorney

    :( Always gracious. Always kind. Always on top of the issues. She will be missed.

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