A ruling requiring a Silicon Valley entrepreneur to reopen Martins Beach near Half Moon Bay to the public was upheld by a state appeals court in San Francisco
The latest legal salvo has been fired in a dispute between the billionaire owner of a popular Peninsula beach and groups seeking public access,
A state appeals court has ordered a trial on whether there is right of public access to Martins Beach near Half Moon Bay.
A judge ruled that a secluded beach on the San Mateo coast must be reopened to the public.
It was a day at the beach in another round of what looks to be a precedent-setting legal battle.
Vinod Khosla pleaded ignorance after being accused of violating state coastal laws.
Another round in the legal bout over public access to Martins Beach is expected Thursday.