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Nancy Greenan Hamill and the Bennett Vs. Southern Pacific Murder


Nancy Greenan Hamill

Campus Counsel at UC Santa Barbara

Berkeley, California, United States227 connections


Corporate generalist attorney with substantial in-house legal experience. Focus on contract drafting and negotiation, corporate transactions, commercial law, real estate and civil litigation.

Specialties: Contract negotiation, real estate services, land use, litigation, regulatory compliance


  • Chief Campus Counsel

    UC Santa Barbara

     - Present11 years 7 months

  • Senior Counsel

    University of California

     - Present12 years 1 month

    Advise the University of California Board of Regents, President, and University system-wide campuses and research laboratories on governance and compliance matters including assistance with and preparation of agenda items for each of The Board of Regents meeting cycles; review and preparation of Presidential and OGC delegations of authority; advise on conflict of interest, and regulatory compliance matters.

  • Counsel

    Cushman & Wakefield

     - 7 years 1 month

    Regional in-house counsel for global real estate services firm. Supported all service lines across the country with primary responsibility for California, Washington, Oregon & Colorado. Contract negotiation, litigation management, risk management, regulatory compliance, training and education.

  • Vice President / Counsel

    Old Republic Title Company

     - 2 years

    In-house corporate litigation and claims counsel

  • Associate attorney

    Reuben Weintraub & Cera

     - 3 years

    Transactional, land use and litigation associate

  • Associate Attorney

    Peitzold White & Brodsky

     - 1 year

    Litigation associate in boutique admiralty and maritime insurance defense firm with emphasis on personal injury, wrongful death and asbestos litigation.

  • Associate Attorney

    Hagenbaugh & Murphy

     - 3 years

    Civil and appellate litigation associate specializing in insurance defense matters


Executive Profiles: Regent Richard C. Blum

On November 1st, 2011 William Bennett was handed to Walnut Creek Police Officer Kevin Keller.  Eventually the University of California took control of his sons.  Unlike those befelled at Jonestown Bennett's son are still alive.  

Regent Richard C. Blum

Richard BlumRichard C. Blum is Chairman of Blum Capital Partners, L.P. and Co-Chairman of Newbridge Capital, LLC. Mr. Blum earned his B.A. and M.B.A degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. He was the recipient of UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business Alumnus of the Year Award in 1994 and is a member of the Advisory Board of the School.
Mr. Blum serves as a director on a number of boards, including Playtex Products, Glenborough Realty Trust and is Chairman of CB Richard Ellis. He also serves as Co-Chairman of the World Conference on Religion and Peace and is Founder and Chairman of the American Himalayan Foundation and is a board member of the World Wildlife Fund and the Wilderness Society. He is also a trustee and a member of the executive committee of The Carter Center, founded by former President Jimmy Carter.
Mr. Blum was appointed as a Regent in 2002 by Governor Davis to a 12-year term. In 2014 he was reappointed to a 12-year term by Governor Brown.

California dad shares meningitis B warning after infection kills teen daughter 'within 36 hours'

Connecting Success Factors to Bennett
The Dubious Phone Call and Time Wasting Project

The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammel Crow, Lennar, Catellus.

Sara Stelzer’s life was just beginning when it was tragically cut short.

At 18, Sara — a smart, loving and thoughtful girl — was a freshman at San Diego State University when, one Saturday in October of 2014, she called her parents to complain of a bad headache. Her headache soon was paired with exhaustion and nausea, leading the teen to sleep through some of her classes after the weekend was over.

“We thought it was the flu — we told her to rest and go to the student health center. She was more concerned with missing classes than how bad she felt,” Sara’s father, Greg Stelzer, 63, told Fox News.

But Sara then developed a blotchy, purple rash — what her parents would later learn was a sign of meningitis B.


“For us, this has been like therapy — it’s Sara’s legacy. It keeps her memory alive," said Greg. (Greg Stelzer)

Sara was in the emergency room by Tuesday morning, a friend of Sara’s informed Greg and his wife Laurie via text message. By the time they drove to the hospital from the Los Angeles area later that afternoon, Sara was in an induced coma.

Though Sara’s doctors, after determining she contracted bacterial meningitis, started the teen on antibiotics, it was too late: the virus had spread to her brain and spinal cord. By the time her parents reached her, she was brain dead.

“In our minds, that was when she passed away,” said Greg.

In less than two days, their daughter was gone.


“We had no idea that these flu-like symptoms could develop and kill her within 36 hours,” Laurie, 51, told Yahoo Lifestyle.

Meningococcal disease is primarily caused by five types of meningococcal bacteria — A, C, W, Y and B. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendschildren between ages 11 and 12 receive a meningococcal conjugate vaccine and receive a booster at 16 to prevent against serogroups A, C, W and Y. In addition, those age 16 to 23 can also receive a serogroup B meningococcal vaccine, the agency added.

Sara received the meningococcal conjugate vaccine her father said, but not the serogroup B meningococcal vaccine.

One of the main meningococcal serogroup B vaccines — Trumenba — was first licensed in the U.S. in 2014, before another — Bexsero — became available in 2015, per the Immunization Action Coalition.

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