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Settlement reached in case with insurer, Connect Art International over allegedly damaged art

SAN FRANCISCO – A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit centered on damage to high-end art that was kept in a San Francisco storage facility.

Appellate court agrees plaintiffs in foreclosure case did not file 'frivolous' suit

SACRAMENTO – An appeals court has reversed a trial court’s order centered on monetary sanctions in a lawsuit involving a home foreclosure.

Court affirms ruling in anti-SLAPP whistleblower case

SANTA ANA – A court has upheld an order of the Superior Court of Orange County in a whistleblower case regarding alleged Medicare fraud.

Ninth Circuit panel backs Union Pacific in right of way case

SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has reinstated counterclaims by Union Pacific Railroad on Feb. 7 centered on its leasing of land under 1,800 miles of its right of way to Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline LP to build a petroleum pipeline.

Walmart cancels Merced distribution center after 12 years of planning

After over a decade in the works, Walmart ended plans last month to build a distribution center in Merced, citing the changing retail landscape.