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The Burnt Tortilla alleged to have failed to maintain parking space for patrons with disabilities

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges a Gardena restaurant denied him full and equal access because it failed to maintain the parking space designated for persons with disabilities.

Alien Vape mark owner alleges Alien Visions is infringing his mark

LOS ANGELES – A Lancaster business is alleged to have infringed on a Northridge man's trademark for electronic cigarette products.

Patron alleges Redondo Beach restaurant is not ADA compliant

LOS ANGELES – A Redondo Beach restaurant is alleged to not have compliant parking spaces and restrooms for persons with disabilities.

Jitrade alleges designs were used without permission

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles corporation alleges two of its textile designs were used without permission.

Aecom Energy granted attorney fees in ongoing trademark violation case

A federal judge granted part of a motion filed by Aecom Energy & Construction Inc. to hold several parties in further civil contempt for trademark violations.

U.S. Air Force granted summary judgment in discrimination suit filed by former police officer

LOS ANGELES – On May 7, the U.S. District Court for the Central California District Court granted summary judgment to the U.S. Air Force in a former police officer’s lawsuit alleging he was punished and suspended because of his race.

Patron alleges Jack's Market in Los Angeles does not have accessible parking for persons with disabilities

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges she encountered barriers at a Los Angeles business that limited her access.

Long Beach identity theft victim alleges credit bureaus are reporting inaccurate information

LOS ANGELES – A Long Beach resident claims that fraudulent charges are being reported on her national credit profiles.

Man alleges The Best Family Discount Store has barriers to wheelchair users

LOS ANGELES – A paraplegic alleges a Montebello store has architectural barriers that denied him full and equal access to the store.

Paige LLC alleges Ramy Brook is using mark without permission

LOS ANGELES – A Culver City company alleges its trademark is unlawfully being used by a New York company.

Man alleges Gardena business has barriers that restrict access for disabled customers

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges a Gardena restaurant did not maintain a parking space for patrons with disabilities.

Consumer alleges Advance America does not have accessible parking for disabled customers

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges he was denied full access to a Hawthorne business because of barriers in the parking lot.

Wheelchair user alleges Quality Inn Suites has barriers that denied access

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges an Inglewood business has barriers that restricted his access to the premises.

Parent seeks coverage for son's treatment under Entertainment Industry Flex Plan

LOS ANGELES – A parent has filed suit against his insurance providers over allegations coverage of treatment for his minor son was wrongfully denied.

Luxottica Group alleges individual is selling counterfeit Ray-Ban products

LOS ANGELES – The manufacturer of Ray-Ban products alleges counterfeit products are being sold online.

Consumer files suit against Mercedes-Benz over airbag recall

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County man alleges that an automaker has only completed 2 percent of recalls to correct a "deadly" airbag issue.

Lawndale bistro alleged to not have ADA-compliant parking

LOS ANGELES – A Lawndale business is alleged to not have accessible parking spaces for customers with disabilities.

BMW denied new trial in lemon law case

LOS ANGELES — BMW’s motion for a retrial alleging excessive awards to the plaintiff in a lemon law case was denied May 7 by the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Jollychic alleged to have used copyrighted textile design without authorization

LOS ANGELES – A Newark company is alleged to have unlawfully used a copyrighted textile design in fabric or garments.

Consumer claims Capital One Bank did not have consent to call him for collection purposes

LOS ANGELES – A Monrovia, California resident alleges a debt collector called him more than 100 times after he asked for the calls to cease.