U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
221 W Broadway
San Diego, CA - 92101
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California News
A drug testing company failed in its bid to have a judge toss a lawsuit filed by a former employee alleging he was fired after reporting unethical practices.
SAN DIEGO – A grocery company is accused of violating the civil rights of Hispanic workers who claim they were subjected to harassment for speaking Spanish at one store in California.
SAN DIEGO — The U.S. District Court in the Southern District of California has overruled a media company’s summary judgment objections in a case involving BIC Corp., according to the April 12 opinion.
SAN DIEGO – Affymetrix Inc. and Life Technologies Corp. have not infringed on a patent held by the Regents of the University of California or Becton, Dickinson and Co., and Sirigen, according to a summary judgment entered May 1 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
SAN DIEGO – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California partially approved the payment of $18,431 fees and costs incurred in a settled lawsuit filed against BMW of North America LLC, according to an order filed April 30.
SAN DIEGO – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California agreed with P.C. Iron Inc.’s contention that most claims filed against it by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a former employee who was allegedly fired because of her pregnancy were time-barred, according to an order filed May 1.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego man alleges that a marketing company sent him text messages without his consent.
SAN DIEGO – A Pauma Valley company alleges that several corporations are falsely advertising ingredients in their supplements.
SAN DIEGO – The owners of mobile home parks were not able to immediately claim compensatory damages after they alleged a nearby facility dumped toxic waste on its property.
Presidio Components' efforts to have a court increase its more than $2 million award in a patent infringement case fell short in an April 9 opinion.
SAN DIEGO – Employees for a security company with a principal place of business in San Diego allege they were not paid for all hours worked.
SAN DIEGO – A Fallbrook consumer alleges that a company that solicits business loans unlawfully contacted him.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego woman alleges that a debt collector used misleading representations in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing the IRS of engaging in unauthorized collection activities in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
SAN DIEGO – A consumer alleges a San Diego debt collector is attempting to collect an alleged debt that had been settled and resolved.
SAN DIEGO – A man who uses a wheelchair alleges he was not able to fully access a San Diego business because of architectural barriers there.
SAN DIEGO – A Coronado consumer alleges a debt collector is attempting to collect a purported debt that is time barred.
SAN DIEGO – A former employee of a San Diego protective and technical security services company alleges that he was paid for overtime work at his regular rate of pay.
SAN DIEGO – A Bloomington man alleges that he was not paid a minimum wage while employed as a driver for logistics and delivery companies.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego company alleges an Illinois corporation breached a settlement agreement by prohibiting sales of its products.