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Investors build case against Twitter over growth projections

By Quinten Plummer | Oct 17, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO -- A class of investors is rallying around claims that Twitter made "false and misleading statements" about the growth of its social network.

Yahoo breach could lead to more consumer cases, regulations

By Quinten Plummer | Oct 12, 2016

SAN JOSE -- After admitting it was at fault to suitors and consumers about what some expert suggest is the largest digital breach today, Yahoo now is facing a mountain of class-action litigation.

Efforts continue to boot Judge Aaron Persky from the courtroom after Stanford rape case

By Quinten Plummer | Oct 12, 2016

SANTA CLARA - Efforts to recall a now infamous Santa Clara judge continue while opposition has sprung up against a bill that prevents courts from handing down short sentences like the one Judge Aaron Persky handed down in the Stanford rape case.

State Supreme Court rules retirees protected with prompt pay laws

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 7, 2016

SACRAMENTO – Retiring is a form of quitting when it comes to prompt pay protections provided for in California labor laws, the state’s Supreme Court concluded.

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