As the number of cases filed under the state’s Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act -- also known as the lemon law – continues to rise exponentially, a taxpayers’ advocacy group would like to see legislative reforms finally put in place.
SACRAMENTO – A consumer health advocacy group supports Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent signing of Assembly Bill 824, a bill that prevents pharmaceutical companies from paying generic drug makers to not develop and bring lower-cost medicines to market.
SACRAMENTO – The California Chamber of Commerce has expressed support for recent action by state lawmakers to sideline a bill that would have expanded the state’s False Claims Act (FCA) to include tax cases.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – California could be moving toward the regulation and litigation of perfluoroalkyl sulfonic acids (PFAS) since government agencies have been testing water in many locations, including airports and landfills, with results due as early as this fall.