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Man alleges Lawndale business does not have ADA complaint parking space

LOS ANGELES – A wheelchair user alleges a Lawndale restaurant denied him full and equal access to its amenities because of the condition of its parking lot.

Wheelchair user alleges Casa Rio's Restaurant does not have ADA-compliant parking

LOS ANGELES – An Inglewood restaurant is alleged to not have compliant parking for patrons with disabilities.

Molecular biologist alleges he was not listed as inventor in three patents, seeks correction

LOS ANGELES – A molecular biologist and biochemist residing in Shanghai, China alleges he was not listed as an inventor on three U.S. patents.

Kernwood/Forbes Press alleged to owe more than $500,000 to pension plan

LOS ANGELES – A multi-employer pension plan alleges that a corporation organized under Massachusetts law failed it pay its withdrawal liability payments.

Professional Printers alleged to owe more than $200,000 in withdrawal liability assessments

LOS ANGELES – A multi-employer pension plan alleges a dissolved corporation organized under Colorado laws breached a bargaining agreement.

Liminex alleged to have infringed Kajeet patents in GoGuardian products

LOS ANGELES – A Virginia company alleges that an El Segundo software developer has infringed its patents with some of its products.

Music producers accuse entertainment company of copyright violations

LOS ANGELES — Music producers are suing an entertainment company, alleging copyright infringement.

Bank accuses L.A. borrower of defaulting on more than $300,000

LOS ANGELES — A Florida banking corporation is suing a Los Angeles borrower, alleging breach of contract in failing to pay more than $300,000.

Carpenters board alleges audits not properly submitted

LOS ANGELES — A carpenters' board of trustees is suing a construction company, alleging violation of workers compensation acts.

GPS tracker developer accuses competitor of patent infringement

LOS ANGELES — A Sonoma County man is suing a competitor, alleging use of ian nfringed product without consent.

Eye care company accuses Kimberly-Clark of trademark violations

LOS ANGELES — A San Luis Obispo eye care company is suing Kimberley-Clark, alleging unauthorized used of its Soft Touch trademark.

Former employee accuses Disney of wrongful termination

LOS ANGELES — A former employee is suing a unit of Walt Disney, alleging discrimination, violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act and wrongful termination.

Photographer accuses consulting firm of copyright infringement

LOS ANGELES — A photographer is suing a consulting firm, alleging copyright infringement.

Music publisher accuses Spotify of copyright infringement in $1.6 billion suit

Wixen Music Publishing Inc. recently filed a lawsuit against Spotify, alleging copyright infringement on thousands of songs by major artists such as Stevie Nicks, Weezer and Tom Petty.

Women's clothing company accuses Spanx of copyright infringement

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles women's clothing company is suing a manufacturer of undergarment clothing, alleging trade dress infringement and unfair competition.

Employee alleges Israeli company failed to pay retainer fee

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles County man is suing an Israeli company, alleging breach of contract.

Film distribution business alleges media company breached contract

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles County film distribution business is suing media company, alleging breach of contract

Meat Loaf accused of stealing song

LOS ANGELES (Northern California Record) – Meat Loaf, as one of his most famous hits suggests, would do anything for love. However, he may have been willing to steal the lyrics of the song "I'd Do Anything For Love," according to a lawsuit filed in federal court 24 years after the iconic tune's release.

Poncho & Goldstein Inc. accused of infringing design for Wine Eye Chart product

LOS ANGELES – A Santa Barbara County artist that designed the "Wino Eye Chart" alleges his artwork was unlawfully copied.

Woman files suit over numerous calls from Capital One Bank

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County individual claims that a debt collector has called her approximately 130 times since she asked it to stop.