Tim Stoen – “Litigation to Save Old Growth Redwoods”

Posted on April 6th, 2022 in Corporations,Environment,Law,Mendocino County by Ignacio Ayala

This episode was first broadcasted on September 13, 2003.

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The California law prohibiting unfair business practices is the basis for the 2003 lawsuit brought against the Pacific Lumber Company by the People of the State of California. This case was brought when the Humboldt County, California, District Attorney alleged that Pacific Lumber provided inaccurate information to the California Department of Forestry as the basis for a timber harvest plan which would preserve certain old growth redwood trees in “The Headwaters” forest. Tim Stoen is the Assistant District Attorney in Humboldt County and the lead attorney representing the People of the State of California in this case.

Tim Stoen recommends “John Adams and the American Revolution” & “The Lion and the Throne,” by Catherine Drinker Bowen.

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  1. on April 22nd, 2022 at 2:02 pm

    Después de un accidente puede ser muy obvio el dolor en la espalda, pero en ocasiones no es así y puede tardar semanas en materializarse. Por lo cual, es fundamental entender que una lesión en la espalda puede conducir a daños graves y permanentes.

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