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JENKINS, GOODMAN ELEVATES NEW PARTNER San Francisco litigation boutique Jenkins, Goodman, Neuman & Hamilton has elevated Pavan Rosati to partner. With the addition of Rosati the firm now has six partners and 11 attorneys in its downtown office. Previously senior counsel with the firm, Rosati specializes in personal injury defense and consumer credit litigation. She joined the firm in 1992 after working at Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley in Redwood City. Rosati earned her J.D. in 1989 from Hastings College of the Law. — Jason Dearen SETTLEMENT TALKS FOR PG&E WILL CONTINUE In a sign that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and state regulators could be making progress in resolving differences over the utility’s future, federal bankruptcy Judge Dennis Montali has suspended the PG&E Chapter 11 plan confirmation trial for another month, as the parties continue settlement negotiations. PG&E, the California Public Utilities Commission and various creditors have been in a judicially supervised settlement conference since March. At issue is PG&E’s bankruptcy reorganization plan, which calls for splitting the troubled utility into four companies, and a rival plan being advanced by the CPUC and the creditors committee, which keeps PG&E intact. Both plans would repay creditors in full. Each side has labeled the other’s plan unlawful and unconfirmable in one of the most protracted Chapter 11 trials in history. In March, Judge Montali stayed the trial for 60 days and assigned Oakland division bankruptcy Judge Randall Newsome to supervise private settlement negotiations. In a short, one-page order issued Thursday, Judge Montali continued the stay until mid-June, in accordance with a request by Judge Newsome. The order schedules a status conference for June 16. — Alexei Oreskovic

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