Democrat challengers aspiring to become the top lawyers in their states have received financial boosts from Tom Steyer, a billionaire investor and environmental activist who some feel is a driving force behind the recent string of climate change lawsuits struggling to persuade judges to punish the energy industry.
LOS ANGELES – A Playa Del Ray consumer alleges that a North Carolina-based debt collector ignored his request to stop calling him.
SAN DIEGO – An Oceanside consumer alleges a Chicago, Illinois-headquartered debt collector called him at an excessive and harassing rate.
LOS ANGELES – A Long Beach consumer alleges a Beverly Hills debt collector has harassed her with phone calls.
Long Beach woman alleges debt collector called mother, said it was calling regarding job application
LOS ANGELES – A Long Beach consumer alleges a debt collector unlawfully called family members and misrepresented the reason it was calling.
LOS ANGELES – A Palmdale resident alleges a Chicago-headquartered debt collector ignored his request to stop calling him.
A federal judge in the Southern District of California has overruled Marketquest Group’s objection to a status order and reinstated motions in a fair use lawsuit against the BIC Corporation.
SAN DIEGO – A Del Mar consumer alleges a Florida-based debt collector ignored his cease and desist letter to stop calling him.
SAN DIEGO – A Spring Valley woman alleges her long-term disability benefits were unlawfully terminated by an insurance company.
Man alleges Recovery Management Services violated law by continuing to call after receiving cease and desist letter
SACRAMENTO – A Dixon consumer alleges an Illinois debt collector continued to call him after he sent a cease and desist letter.
FRESNO – A Clovis consumer claims a debt collector failed to mark an alleged debt as disputed.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently overturned a district court ruling that upheld insurance company Aetna’s decision to cancel a former Boeing employee's long-term disability benefits because she allegedly met the criteria for the plan’s discretionary “mental health exception.”
Judge Morrison England Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California issued a memorandum and order on March 20 in the matter of Bekkerman v. Calif. Board of Equalization et al, remanding the case back to a state trial court.
The magazine U.S. News and World Report has been ranking law schools for 23 years. And in those 23 years, there is only one law school that has reigned supreme: Yale Law School.
LOS ANGELES — An Aetna employee is suing Aetna Life Insurance Company doing business as Aetna Inc. Self-Funded Group Plan, and other individuals with the insurer, citing alleged breach of contract.
LOS ANGELES – A Canoga Park business is alleged to have defaulted on an agreement with Xerox.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will decide whether or not a group of consumers can continue with their class-action lawsuit against telecommunications giant AT&T. The consumers seek to hold AT&T legally responsible for their "data-throttling" practices.
SAN FRANCISCO – California has been taxing tampons and sanitary napkins for years, classifying them as “luxury” items, while labeling items like Viagra and Lubriderm lotion as” medical necessities. Now the court is being asked to change that classification.
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County optician alleges her claim for disability benefits was wrongfully denied.