Michael Millen, Esq.119 Calle Marguerita #100Los Gatos, CA 95032(408) 871-0777
VERIFIED PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS ANDDECLARATORY RELIEF
Page 26. On Jan. 27, 2012, attorneys for petitioner submitted to the Regents’ San Franciscocampus a written request for public records. A true and correct copy of that request is attachedhereto as Exhibit 1. Said request sought records in 10 categories of public records. Request #3 and##6-9 were as follows:
3. copies of the accounting records for the last four years
6. the names/addresses of every physician who participated in the Project or performed procedures within the Project from 2007 to the present 7. the names of all “trainees” from 2007 to present 8. the names of the members of the Stakeholder Advisory Group for this Project 9. copies of all protocols, policies, and/or procedures for identifying, selecting, or recruiting patients to participate in the Project
7. On February 9, 2012, having received no response to or even an acknowledgement of theRequest, Catherine Short of LLDF e-mailed Communications Coordinator Brenda Gee DePeraltaof the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost to check on the status of the request.8. On February 10, Ms. DePeralta responded with a letter acknowledging receipt of theRequest.9. On February 22, 2012, having received no further communication from UCSFconcerning the Request, Ms. Short again e-mailed Ms. DePeralta, seeking an update on the statusof the request and an estimate of the copying costs.10. On February 28, 2012, still having received no response, Ms. Short again e-mailed Ms.DePeralta, stating that unless she received a substantive response to the request within sevenbusiness days, she would pursue other remedies. Ms. DePeralta responded the next day, stating thatshe would provide a timeline for production the following day.11. Three days later, on March 2, Ms. DePeralta responded by saying that review of thedocuments was estimated to take another 14 days, at which time she would provide a page countand cost of duplication, payment for which would be due in advance of production.