2003

Tenderloin Clinic Wins Suit Over Attorney Fees

Housing attorney Andrew Zacks loses his claim that Tenderloin Housing Clinic is not really a nonprofit agency after THC wins Suit over legal fees. The case is to be appealed by Zacks who hopes to force the clinic to disgorge hundreds of thousands of dollars in attorney fees the clinic has collected over the years.

2004

CA Supreme Court Takes Up Tenderloin Law Clinic Case

State supreme courts agree to review a ruling that; required all members and directors of nonprofit law groups be attorneys, required the non-profit to be registered to the state bar, and prohibited contingency agreements. This comes after many non-profits including Tenderloin Housing Clinic were greatly effected by these rulings.