Attorney fields questions on Berkeley co-op lawsuit

The attorney for officials of a Berkeley senior housing cooperative spent an hour on Wednesday answering questions from co-op members about why he should or shouldn’t be permitted to represent the co-op itself, despite conflicts of interest with his clients. A summary, with comments.

Where free speech in Berkeley is dead

A Berkeley senior housing co-op is in the midst of a battle of pilfered posters. At issue is whether residents need to ask permission to get together for conversations. Believe it or not, the most aggressive suppressor of free speech is a person with notable achievements in artistic creativity and egalitarian activism.

Berkeley co-op threatens to call police to stop civil liberties forum

I have organized a forum on civil liberties in co-ops, condos, and cohousing, to take place at the co-op where I live, Berkeley Town House. But the co-op’s manager and attorney have decided to stop it, with police force if necessary. That tells you something about what they really care about.

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