FRESNO – A Modesto consumer alleges a collection letter she received has deceptive statements regarding the legal status of an alleged debt.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California News
A class action lawsuit against a baby teether manufacturer accused of falsely advertising the products as BPA free will proceed, a federal judge ruled Aug. 8.
A federal judge will not reconsider her ruling in favor of two tomato processors accused of conspiracy and anti-trust violations.
SACRAMENTO – Two Rancho Cordova residents who worked for a company for a few days earlier this summer allege they are owed unpaid overtime wages.
SACRAMENTO – An insurance carrier alleges a Sacramento business owes more than $400,000.
SACRAMENTO – A Sacramento business is alleged to have failed to pay a premium for an insurance policy.
SACRAMENTO – A Redding man alleges several companies have infringed his patent for a tool.
SACRAMENTO – Two female correctional officers for the California Department of Corrections allege discrimination has limited their career opportunities and caused economic harm.
SACRAMENTO – A Porterville business is alleged to have barriers that restrict access to patrons in wheelchairs.
SACRAMENTO – Two Tulare County residents allege the nursery they formerly worked for owes them unpaid overtime wages.
SACRAMENTO – A consumer alleges an inaccurate report is still appearing on his credit report despite his dispute.
A federal judge will allow an adult film company to find out the identity of the person accused of illegally downloading porn movies off the Internet.
SACRAMENTO – A consumer alleges a debt collector unlawfully continued to contact him after he told it he was represented by counsel.
A federal judge will allow Country Fresh Batter, a cookie company, to amend its lawsuit against Lion Raisins.
SACRAMENTO – An Eastern District of California judge has denied a defendant’s motion to reconsider or certify an interlocutory appeal in a consolidated class action.
Federal judge throws out environmental complaint against shareholders of Sacramento metal plating facility
A California federal judge dismissed the city of Sacramento’s soil and groundwater contamination complaint against a metal plating facility.
The U.S. District Court of Eastern California denied a building company’s request to throw out a class action lawsuit over defective fiberglass roofing shingles.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California approved a class action settlement for employees of Danell Custom Harvesting LLC on July 10.
SAN FRANCISCO – A disabled Grass Valley woman alleges the Nevada County Courthouse and Annex has access barriers and discriminatory policies that denied her full and equal access to the facility.
SACRAMENTO – A California joint powers authority that provides services to six volunteer fire agencies alleges a company hired to upgrade a dispatch system failed to fulfill the agreement.