Jon Streeter, a lawyer with San Francisco’s Keker & Van Nest, and Superior Court Judge Marla Miller, have been nominated to the California First District Court of Appeal by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Streeter, 58, is the former State Bar president from 2011-2012, had has served on the ACLU board of directors, as well as president of the San Francisco Bar Association and a president of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers in Northern California.
Streeter works on complex business litigation, including patent, intellectual property litigation, antitrust, securities and civil rights law.
He was part of a Keker team that represented the Oakland Coliseum authority in disputes with the Golden State Warriors that ultimately resulted in the coliseum commission collecting $32 million.
Streeter received his law degree from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law and his undergraduate degree from StanfordUniversity.
Miller, 59, has served as a state court judge in San Francisco since 2005. She has also worked as the chief assistant district attorney for the San Francisco District Attorney in 1996 and as a federal prosecutor in San Francisco from 1987-1992.
Miller was a partner at Morrison & Foerster from 1997 to 2005 and at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin from 1992 to 1996.
She earned a law degree from HarvardLawSchool and undergraduate degree from HarvardUniversity.
Both nominees must be confirmed by the three-member Commission on Judicial Appointments.