Silicon Valley Business JournalBillionaire Vinod Khosla has lost his bid to keep his beachfront property private, but he could still take his battle to the California or U.S. Supreme Court. In a decision released Thursday, the First District Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled California Court Orders Venture Capitalist To Reopen Disputed Beach ..
Billionaire forced to reopen Bay Area beach
89.3 KPCCMartins Beach near Half Moon Bay, south of San Francisco. Vinod Khosla bought Martins Beach in July 2008 for some $37 million. Michele Ursino/Flickr. 167571 full. Share. Share via Email email; Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook. Siding with surfers California Court Orders Billionaire to Reopen Beloved Beach ..
Appeals Court Says Venture Capitalist Vinod Khosla Must Allow Beach Access
Wall Street Journal (subscription)California court reaffirms lower-court ruling Mr. Khosla can’t lock gate to Martins Beach. By. Sara Randazzo. Sara Randazzo. The Wall Street Journal. BiographySara Randazzo · @sara_randazzo · email@example.com. Aug. 10, 2017 9:24 p.m. ET … ..
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