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Woman alleges TRS Recovery Services Inc. continued to call after she revoked permission

LOS ANGELES – A Venture consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector alleging it violated federal law with the collection calls it placed to her cellphone.

Wal-Mart, others alleged to have used copyrighted fabric design without authorization

LOS ANGELES – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and others are facing accusations from a Los Angeles company that it used a copyrighted textile design for clothing without permission.

Lumber Liquidators allegedly sold defective flooring

LOS ANGELES — An individual has filed a class-action lawsuit against a national flooring provider for allegedly selling and installing defective flooring.

California garment designer alleges Zulily copied its designs

LOS ANGELES — A California textile printer has filed suit against a retailer for allegedly manufacturing and distributing clothing that feature the same design as the plaintiff's items.

Woman alleges she did not give Kohl's permission to contact her on cellphone

LOS ANGELES – A consumer claims a debt collector routinely called her on her cellphone without permission.

FedEx employee claims LINA wrongfully terminated disability benefits

LOS ANGELES – A city truck driver for FedEx alleges his insurer wrongfully terminated his disability benefits.

California Expanded Metal Products Co. allegedly discharged pollutants into the San Gabriel River

LOS ANGELES — A citizen has filed suit against a metal products company for allegedly violating federal law for discharging pollutants into the San Gabriel River. 

Government alleges Los Angeles County resident failed to pay loan

LOS ANGELES – The federal government alleges a Los Angeles County man defaulted on a student loan in 1998.

Los Angeles County woman alleged to owe more than $1,400 on education loan

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County woman is alleged to owe on a student loan that defaulted in 1999.

Couture Textile alleges Nordstrom, others used design without permission

LOS ANGELES – A fabric print designer alleges its design was used without authorization in garments.

United Shipping Group Inc. accused of trademark infringement by Colorado company with similar name

LOS ANGELES – A Colorado corporation has filed suit against a Glendale business alleging it is diverting business because it operates under a similar name.

Soldier claims he was allegedly misdiagnosed at veterans hospital

LOS ANGELES — A man has filed suit against the U.S. government and others for alleged medical negligence and misdiagnosis after he was incorrectly told his kidneys were failing while as a patient at a Veterans Affairs Medical Hospital.

Woman owes more than $5,000 on student loans, government alleges

LOS ANGELES – The federal government alleges an Orange County woman owes more than $5,000 for student loans.

Consumer alleges debt collectors would not accept payment to settle debt

LOS ANGELES – A consumer alleges two debt collectors refused to honor their agreement with her to settle a debt.

Man accused of failure to pay education loans

LOS ANGELES – A government entity is suing a Los Angeles County man over allegations that two student loans are in default.

AAA alleges Boulevard Towing uses mark without authorization

LOS ANGELES – A Florida company alleges a Los Angeles towing company is using its mark without permission.

Consumers allege Lumber Liquidators' laminate floors are defective

LOS ANGELES – Two consumers allege laminate flooring they installed in their homes was not as durable as advertised and began to show wear soon after installation because of their defective nature.

Unicolors Inc. accuses three companies of infringing textile design

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles company alleges three clothing manufacturers used its textile design in garments without permission.

Class-action suit states Nations Title Co. of California placed unsolicited calls to consumers

LOS ANGELES – A Laguna Hills man has filed a class-action suit against a title insurance company over its alleged telemarketing calls.

Verizon Wireless accused of making unsolicited telemarketing calls

LOS ANGELES – A Huntington Beach woman has filed a class-action suit against a mobile carrier alleging it called her to solicit its services without her permission.