SAN FRANCISCO – The the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently denied a request for a rehearing from two photographers who lost their copyright infringement claim against a real estate listing service.
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SAN FRANCISCO – A California judge has ruled on a motion from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requesting the recognition of a claim by two investment firms and requesting the recognition of a shortfall regarding the reimbursement of funds in the case involving Facebook and Palantir shares.
A group of concealed firearm permit holders and gun rights organizations lost an appeal on Aug. 3 over their opposition to a recent amendment of California’s 1994 Gun-Free School Zone Act.
SAN FRANCISCO – A judge in the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California recently ruled to strike testimony related to a patent case involving two medical companies that design and manufacture integrated operating room systems.
SAN FRANCISCO – A California judge has dismissed claims that Gameloft acted negligently and infringed upon the copyrights of a Vietnamese video game company in relation to the development of a racing car game application.
Judge Carlos Bea of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California wrote in his opinion that the act of placing a bet in the virtual casino while in the state of California was not protected under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
LOS ANGELES – A California judge has denied a motion from a temporary staffing agency to compel arbitration in a Fair Labor Standards Act suit filed by a former employee.
LOS ANGELES – A California judge has issued an order allowing airplane manufacturer Boeing to receive nearly $3 million in attorneys’ fees stemming from a breach of contract case.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) followed appropriate laws protecting endangered species during the planned relocation of a military base in Japan, a federal judge ruled on Aug. 1.
LOS ANGELES – A defendant's request to amend the selection process of plaintiffs for a class action suit involving Los Angeles-based hair stylist Chaz Dean has been denied by a judge.
LOS ANGELES – A California judge has denied the defendants' request for summary judgment in an alleged fraudulent film investment case, claiming that plaintiff Monster Film Limited has solid ground for a lawsuit.
LOS ANGELES – A California judge ordered $4 million in compensatory damages be paid to Chinese nationals involved in a fraudulent Los Angeles investment scheme.