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Los Angeles Unified School Dist. v. Commission on Professional Competence
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) appeals from the trial courts judgment denying its petition for writ of administrative mandamus. LAUSD filed the petition after the Commission on Professional Competence (CPC) determined that LAUSD did not have cause to terminate real party in interest Gloria Hsi from her employment as a teacher. On appeal, LAUSD contends there was insufficient evidence to support the judgment. In light of LAUSDs failure to set forth all the material evidence on this point, Court find that LAUSD has waived this contention and Court affirm the judgment. Hsi also appeals from the attorney fees order reducing the amount of her claimed fees. Court find no abuse of discretion and affirm the order.

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