When the Utility Consumers’ Action Network began the process of dissolving, its executive director described the effort as a ruse to elicit a lawsuit from former city attorney Mike Aguirre.
If so, it worked. Aguirre, who represents two UCAN whistleblowers, filed suit Friday, alleging that the organization’s board and top leaders had breached their fiduciary duty by failing to take internal complaints about UCAN’s financial management seriously. (Read the lawsuit here.)
We broke down the bulk of the complaints against UCAN when the organization filed to dissolve: