Napa Valley vintner Michael Marston voted for Jerry Brown in 2010, trusting the Democrat’s pledge that, with 26 years in California government, he could “lead a broken legislature out of a morass of poisonous partisanship.”
Arizona, whose immigration law sparked a lawsuit by the Obama administration and national boycotts, aims to collect tens of millions of dollars in private donations to build a border fence with inmate labor.
Australia cemented its advantage on day two of the final Ashes cricket Test against England, with Steve Smith’s century pushing the visitors to 397-6 at tea after a rain-delayed start at the Oval in London.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is reviewing a break-in at a water treatment plant 75 miles (120 kilometers) northwest of Atlanta on concern that the perpetrator intended greater harm such as terrorism.
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP was counsel to Brookfield Property Partners LP, the commercial real estate company that was spun off by its Canadian parent earlier this year, in its agreement to purchase U.S. industrial-property assets from Japan’s Kajima Corp. for $1.1 billion. Morrison & Foerster LLP is advising Kajima.