A window manufacturer that was sued by a man injured by one of its products after a faulty installation has suffered a loss in court.
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SAN FRANCISCO – A former T-Mobile employee who sued the company alleging violations of labor laws has obtained an approval for a settlement in his class action suit.
SAN FRANCISCO – Three California residents who worked for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and filed a class-action against MetLife for several labor law violations recently lost their bid to have the case moved back to state court.
SAN FRANCISCO – Celebrity news website PopSugar, which was sued by an Instagram "influencer" over an allegation of copyright infringement of her content, has suffered a loss in court.
SAN FRANCISCO – A software company suing a small company over allegations of breach of contract for software development has received permission from a federal court to amend its suit to include another debtor.
SAN JOSE – A federal court is permitting a woman to file a third amended complaint in her suit against a hospital for allegedly failing to administer a rape kit.
SAN FRANCISCO – Two scientific companies, who sued each other over allegations of patent infringement on tests and genetics, have obtained a court approval regarding a claim construction in their dispute.
Court partially grants motion to dismiss case over allegedly defective sunroofs against Mercedes Benz
SAN FRANCISCO – A federal court has partially granted an auto maker's motion to dismiss a suit over allegedly defective shattering sunroofs.
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently granted a motion for final approval of a settlement between a San Francisco commuter who sued the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) for violation of privacy laws regarding collected data from its mobile app.
SAN FRANCISCO – Relatives of a man who died from injuries while at work recently were allowed to proceed in a wrongful death suit against Wendt Corporation, and Machines de Triage et Broyage in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Court allows stock photo company's breach of contract suit against Google to proceed but dismisses antitrust claim
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently granted Google's motion to dismiss an antitrust claim against the tech giant in a lawsuit filed by a stock photography company.
Attorney General Becerra announces $120 million settlement on Johnson & Johnson hip replacement products
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has announced a $120 million settlement with Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries Medical Device Business Services, DePuy Products, DePuy Synthes, and DePuy Synthes Sales for unlawful promotion of hip replacement devices.
Court grants class certification, denies scheduling order modification against home cleaning companies
A group of Lodi and Fresno workers suing cleaning service companies over wage issues was granted class-action status in court.
Court grants summary judgment for 20th Century Fox in suit filed by 'The Greatest Snowman' background actor
LOS ANGELES – A federal court has ruled in favor of two entertainment companies in a suit filed by a background actor on "The Greatest Showman" over allegations negligence caused his hearing problems.
A landowner who sued for Fifth Amendment violations by the Department of Transportation, which allegedly occupied a strip of land without compensation, has suffered a loss in court.
Appeals court upholds summary judgement in favor of supplement makers advertising cardiovascular health benefits
A vitamin maker accused of mislabeling its products and falsely advertising health claims has obtained a victory in court.
Appeals Court affirms dismissal of Applied Underwriters' trademark infringement case over webcast seminar
A financial services company claiming that its trademarks have been used as a title for a webcast seminar and in promotion materials has suffered a loss in court.
A group of engineers who sued a mining company for discrepancies in wages had a question for the California Supreme Court certified by a federal court.
Tech giant Yahoo's case against an insurer refusing to cover as personal injury the alleged privacy violations brought about by Yahoo's unsolicited text messages is headed to the California Supreme Court.
Court affirms in part, reverses in part Freedom of Information Act case against US Fish and Wildlife Service
An environmental organization seeking public records regarding proposed rules for cooling water intake structures has suffered a loss in court.