Riverside’s writ of mandate that seeks an injunction against a city councilmember was picked up by the Fourth District Court of Appeal April 14.
The writ seeks to prevent Riverside Councilmember Charles Conder, and former Councilmember Steven Adams, from sharing confidential legal information learned during closed session with Riverside Air Service owner Tony Platt, who is fighting the city in court. The city claims both men already shared confidential information, with Adams doing so by a declaration to Platt’s counsel.
The injunction seeks to prevent Conder and Adams from disclosing confidential information during their upcoming testimony in the Platt case, Riverside Superior Judge Eric Keen wrote in a tentative ruling.
Conder denied the