SACRAMENTO – A federal judge has awarded a man more than $10,000 in attorneys' fees and costs in a case against the owners of a Stockton business over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Unruh Civil Rights Act.
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California News
SACRAMENTO – A federal judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California remanded a lawsuit levied against the Ford Motor Co. over an allegedly faulty engine back to a state court.
SACRAMENTO – A federal judge has dismissed a personal injury lawsuit filed by a woman who came into contact with the propeller of a houseboat.
SACRAMENTO – Stemming from a prior case in which Scott Johnson sued Rai Rocklin Investments for its alleged inability to provide an accessible restroom in a restaurants, Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of the U.S. District for the Eastern District California awarded Johnson $6,380 in legal fees and costs.
SACRAMENTO – A bank and other other companies named in a wrongful foreclosure suit have been granted their motion to dismiss the suit by a federal judge.
SACRAMENTO – A Stockton woman alleges her constitutional rights were violated when a police officer asked her to remain seated.
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California has partially ruled in favor of MCI Communications and Verizon Select Services in a dispute with O1 Communications.
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.
SACRAMENTO – A magistrate judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California has granted summary judgment to the manager of the federal crop insurance program in a dispute over a 2015 almond crop failure.
Plaintiffs claim that the company breached a contract and failed to follow through with a loan to fund a construction project.
An insurance company suing an agriculture company that claimed it was not covered at the time of an accident has obtained a stay in court.
A trademark infringement lawsuit over automotive degreasers "SLAM!" and "GRAND SLAM" will proceed, after a court denied a motion put forward by the alleged infringer for summary judgement.
Nine employees at the County of Inyo will receive almost $1,000 each in a settlement with their employer following a class-action lawsuit over illegal overtime pay-rate calculations.
SACRAMENTO – A California appeals court has denied a motion for reconsideration in a case involving the estate of an Egyptian national.
SACRAMENTO – The owners of a California mine have won an appeal to stop the sale of its mine to another company.
Female Farmers Insurance employee alleges 'glass ceiling' in place prevented her from retaining position level
SACRAMENTO – On Sept. 18, demoted Farmers Insurance employee Lisa Black filed a lawsuit alleging workplace discrimination.
Federal court resolves multi-million contract dispute between car auction company and consulting business
A vehicle auction company will receive more than $9 million after a contract dispute with three technology consulting companies.
SACRAMENTO – A Placerville consumer alleges a Vacaville debt collector attempted to collect an unlawful fee.
SACRAMENTO – A wheelchair user alleges he was unable to enter a Fresno business because of a step at the entrance.
SACRAMENTO – Two West Sacramento residents allege they were terminated by their employer after more than a decade of employment because of their disabilities.