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City of Burbank responds to Bill Taylor court victory

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The city of Burbank sent out a news release on the court victory of former Burbank PD Deputy Chief Bill Taylor late yesterday. Here it is.

Contact:  Amy Albano
City Attorney’s Office
(818) 238-5709

Burbank is Unsuccessful in Bill Taylor Case

Burbank, Calif. – After a lengthy trial, a superior court jury returned a verdict against the City of Burbank in a workplace retaliation lawsuit filed by former Deputy Police Chief William “Bill” Taylor.

From the beginning, the City believed that its actions were justified and in the best interests of the Department and City.  Accordingly, the City vigorously defended this case and is disappointed with the decision.

Burbank’s City Attorney, Amy Albano, responded to the decision by stating, “Although the City is obviously disappointed with the decision, we are confident in our position and will be looking at all appropriate options about how to move forward as a result of this decision.”

The City would like to acknowledge the hard work of its legal defense team, in particular attorneys Ron Frank and Linda Savitt.

Looking toward the future, Burbank’s Mayor, Jess Talamantes, stated, “In consultation with the City’s legal team, we will continue to work for the best interest of the community. Ultimately, the City would like to successfully resolve cases like this and move forward in continuing its mission to ensure the public safety and welfare of our citizens.”


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2 Responses to City of Burbank responds to Bill Taylor court victory

  1. DixieFlyer Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 9:12 pm #

    Helping amy albano spread the Party Line is quite disappointing to read on your Blog.

    You’ve done much better–in the Past.

    Even so, the Burbank Leader already did their “duty”.

    You didn’t need to.

  2. Fronnie Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 12:57 pm #


    I strive to present both sides of an issue or story. I have done so in the past and will continue to do so in the future, here in this blog on this website.

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