Greg Moser, like the rest of us, wins some, loses some. He got good news from Tri-City Healthcare (see below). On the other hand, he recently got sued for hiding a crucial document in a Ramona School District case. It seems that there is a high demand for lawyers who keep the secrets of public entities.
Tri-City board hires its third staff counsel in 5 months
By Michael Burge
San Diego Union-Tribune Staff Writer
May 24, 2009
OCEANSIDE – The Tri-City Healthcare District has hired a new general counsel, its third in five months.
Gregory Moser of Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch, which has offices in San Diego and Carlsbad, was selected by the public hospital district's board Thursday.
Moser, who will be paid $305 an hour, has been advising the district on the refinancing of its high-interest bonds. The board will finalize the contract Thursday, district CEO Larry Anderson said.
Moser replaces Julie Biggs of the firm Burke, Williams and Sorensen, who was appointed interim general counsel Dec. 18...