Brian Kabateck debuts Loyola's Guest Alumni Blogger series
Alumnus Brian S. Kabateck '89, founding and managing partner at Kabateck Brown Kellner LLP, is serving as Loyola's first Guest Alumni Blogger. In his intial post, he writes:
In a mix of news both bad and slightly less bad, the governor's proposed 2013-14 state budget slashes $200 million in court construction funding but mostly maintains the status quo for court operations already battered by years of deep cuts. The governor's finance team is to be commended for avoiding deep operational cuts that would have devastated California's courts. However, the loss of $200 million in construction money needed to maintain the state's aging court infrastructure amounts to more bad news for the justice system. Even though the budget proposal appeared to spare the courts from a fresh round of deep operational cuts for 2013-14, the system is already reeling from $1.2 million in General Fund cuts over the past five years.
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