Deborah Fox was an attorney for Tily B. v. City of Newport Beach, which decided the degree of regulation the City of Newport Beach had in the operation of adult establishments.
Click here to read the full opinion in Tily B. v. City of Newport Beach.
The owner of an adult caberet challenged the city’s denial to an application for a conditional use permit. The District Court declared the denial unconstitutional.
Go here to read more about the opinion in Santa Fe Realty Corp. v. City of Westminster.
A Pasadena bar owner sought to enjoin the city from enforcing its adult business zoning ordinances. Plaintiff’s application was denied by the District Court.
God here to read more about the opinion in 3570 East Foothill Boulevard v. City of Pasadena.
The operator of an adult-themed store brought action against the City of Mesquite and its officials, with the claims that its zoning ordinances were unconstitutional and that the city officials accrued damage to the business establishment. The District Court approved the individual officials’ motion for partial summary judgment.
Go here to read more about the opinion in Eldorado Drive v. City of Mesquite.
Deborah Fox successfully defended the Public Records Act against a local newspaper columnist’s challenge of requesting Councilmembers’ cellular telephone bills.
Go here to read more about the opinion in Rogers v. Superior Court (City of Burbank).