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Danko: CPUC Seeks Greater Oversight of PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Practices

February 26, 2021 Posted In

KRON4 asks Mike Danko about the CPUC’s latest proposed action against PG&E, finding that PG&E’s vegetation management program is prioritizing the wrong electrical lines. Watch online: PG&E faces more oversight over fire risk mitigation | KRON4

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Danko Meredith Awarded Tier 1 National Ranking by U.S. News and World Report®

November 8, 2020 Posted In

SAN FRANCISCO – October 30, 2020 – Danko Meredith is named a Tier 1 National firm in Plaintiffs Personal Injury Law for the San Francisco Metropolitan Region for 2021. The U.S. News and World Report – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client…

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Danko says Zogg Fire Result of Bad PG&E Management

November 8, 2020 Posted In

“A veteran of legal fights with PG&E, Danko said the latest fire appears to be another effect of poor decisions made by company executives years ago. ‘PG&E right now is definitely still, without question, a work in progress,’ Danko said. ‘We’re still suffering the fallout from a long history of very bad management. … The…

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Kincade Fire: Criminal Charges Possible

July 17, 2020 Posted In

Cal Fire rules that PG&E caused the Kincade Fire. Mike Danko tells KRON4 what the finding means for Kincade fire victims as well as the survivors of the Butte Fire, the North Bay Fire, and the Camp Fire. “Did PG&E learn nothing from the Camp Fire?” Watch online.

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95% of Firm Clients Vote to Approve PG&E Plan, Despite “Deep Flaws”

May 16, 2020 Posted In

“Most of the clients had reservations about it, because the plan is badly flawed,” Danko said. “However, they also understood quite clearly that there was no alternative.” Rejecting the plan would mean “thermonuclear meltdown,” Danko said. Read San Francisco Chronicle Article Online.

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