Bringing the legal system to light.
Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in Northern California.
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LOS ANGELES – A man alleges he was damaged when he purchased securities of a cybersecurity solution company at artificially inflated prices.
SAN JOSE – A Piedmont Hills High School student and her parents filed a legal complaint against a classmate, a teacher, the school district and its principal after the student alleged she suffered bullying and sexual abuse on and off school grounds.
LOS ANGELES – Three Apple Inc. users filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc. alleging the company knowingly sold defective keyboards on MacBooks.
SAN FRANCISCO – A former chief operating officer of OpenSpend alleges the company refused to provide his stock certificates after his termination.
SAN DIEGO – A Carlsbad woman alleges she was injured at a home improvement store in Hawaii because of a metal rail in the cart area.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego health care information technology company alleges it was not paid for services it provided to a Texas company.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego woman alleges that her age, African-American race and disability were factors in her termination.
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.
LOS ANGELES – A Lancaster business is alleged to have infringed on a Northridge man's trademark for electronic cigarette products.
LOS ANGELES – A Redondo Beach restaurant is alleged to not have compliant parking spaces and restrooms for persons with disabilities.
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles corporation alleges two of its textile designs were used without permission.
SAN DIEGO – A consumer alleges Wish.com sent her unsolicited text messages and invaded her privacy.
SAN DIEGO – An Oregon company alleges a vehicle it purchased in San Diego was delivered with defects.
SAN DIEGO – A wheelchair user alleges a San Francisco restaurant did not have seating he could use on the patio.
SAN DIEGO – The licensed distributor for merchandise for the band Slayer is seeking to stop the sales of unauthorized, bootleg merchandise at concerts on the band's current U.S. tour.
SAN DIEGO – A consumer alleges a debt collector failed to tell her that calls were being recorded.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Los Angeles County couple alleges a vehicle they purchased developed defects while still under warranty.
SAN FRANCISCO – A California attorney is alleged to have represented another party in a legal matter and created a conflict of interest.
SAN FRANCISCO – Several individuals allege a prescription drug caused them to engage in compulsive behaviors.
SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer alleges a membership-based concierge medical practice misrepresents that annual fees are required to obtain medical services.