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Woman files suit against Virgin Air executive over sexual assault allegations

SAN FRANCISCO – While working in her capacity as vice president for Research Now, a global expert in online market research data, Jane Doe (a pseudonym) alleges she was sexually assaulted by Stuart Dinnis, a Virgin America executive.

United African-Asian Abilities Club files discrimination suit against apartment owners over website

SAN FRANCISCO – The United African-Asian Abilities Club in San Diego has filed a suit against some apartment owners claiming they have provided no accommodations for the handicapped based on website data.

California AG protests federal bill prohibiting state regulation of student loans

In an effort to prevent the passage of a bill that would shield student-loan collection companies from regulation by individual states, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joined with 29 other attorneys general March 15 in sending a letter to selected members of Congress.

Appellate court reverses San Mateo court's ruling in frozen fish payment case

SAN FRANCISCO – The latest development in a five-year legal battle between a frozen fish supplier and the individuals associated with four Japanese restaurants occurred on March 23 when the 1st Appellate District of California, Division Four reversed the ruling of the San Mateo County Superior Court that upheld default judgments.