This index is for the Transplant/Tissue section of robynlibitsky.kaiserpapers.org Tissue Transplant Issues and Lack of Regulation April 18, 1008 Letter from Augustin R. Jimenez – Special Counsel to the Secretary of the Transportation Agency April 1, 2008 and April 7, 2008 – Correspondence between Hillarie Levy and the Consumer Information Center with the CA Dept. […]
also on this page at this link – California Hearing of August 15, 2006 – State of California triggered by Kaiser’s Kidney Transplant Fiasco mirrored here for ease of locating from:https://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title42/42cfr482_main_02.tpl Organ Procurement and Transplantation Oversight:Who is looking out for patients? From Conclusion of this report: In California, there appears to be little state-level oversight […]
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THE CALIFORNIA BROWN ACT WAS FOUND TO BE REPEATEDLY IGNORED BY THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Robyn had been an employee of Supervisor Yaroslavsky. The manipulation for control of Robyn’s Estate was done by one of his employees. Supervisor Yaroslavsky’s office had previously stated that what his employees, even politically powerful ones […]
June 8, 2005, Raymond G Fortner, Jr., County Counsel for the County of Los Angeles wrote to Mrs. Levy explaining how what government employees do outside their job is their business and their’s alone.
July 13, 2005, the following two page letter was sent to Mrs. Levy from Tyler-McCauley of the office of Auditor-Controller for the County of Los Angeles. It was determined that Susan Nissman was taking the estate during “company” time – while on the job.
March 23, 2006, Sandra K. Taylor, Human Resources Manager and Michael J. Henry, Director of Personnel for the County of Los Angeles wrote to Mrs. Levy in response to her contacting their offices regarding Susan Nissman’s conduct.
March 7, 2006 a letter was written and sent to Mr. Guy Zelinski of the Department of Auditor-Controller, Office of County Investigations which was in turn sent to Mrs. Levy. This letter was written by Steve Cooley, District Attorney for the County of Los Angeles.