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Article III Project founder says Feinstein, Harris 'acting disgracefully' by blocking Trump nominee to district court
SAN FRANCISCO – Democrat U.S. Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris are continuing to block President Donald Trump’s appointed nominee, Patrick Bumatay, from filling a seat on the United States District Court for the Southern District of California in a move that has sparked much controversy.
Appeals court affirms ruling that 244 attorneys in VW 'clean diesel' case are not entitled to recoup fees
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit recently affirmed a district court ruling that determined a group of 244 attorneys seeking to recoup attorneys' fees from a class action suit regarding emission test "defeat devices" in certain Volkswagen an Audi diesel vehicles.
The National Federation of Independent Business’ Small Business Legal Center has filed an amicus brief urging a federal judge to affirm a district court’s limited liabilities ruling in a suit brought to establish the standard for determining if a Grubhub food delivery driver classifies as an independent contractor or an employee of the company.
Appeals court upholds summary judgement in favor of supplement makers advertising cardiovascular health benefits
A vitamin maker accused of mislabeling its products and falsely advertising health claims has obtained a victory in court.
Appeals Court affirms dismissal of Applied Underwriters' trademark infringement case over webcast seminar
A financial services company claiming that its trademarks have been used as a title for a webcast seminar and in promotion materials has suffered a loss in court.
A group of engineers who sued a mining company for discrepancies in wages had a question for the California Supreme Court certified by a federal court.
Tech giant Yahoo's case against an insurer refusing to cover as personal injury the alleged privacy violations brought about by Yahoo's unsolicited text messages is headed to the California Supreme Court.
A freelance photo journalist's copyright infringement lawsuit against children's publisher Scholastic Inc. is still alive following a federal judge's order issued earlier this month.
Court affirms in part, reverses in part Freedom of Information Act case against US Fish and Wildlife Service
An environmental organization seeking public records regarding proposed rules for cooling water intake structures has suffered a loss in court.