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KOREIN & TILLERY: Millennials in the Court Room: Judges Ready to Hear from Younger Attorneys

By Press release submission | Sep 17, 2018

Law firms are no longer the bastions of old, white men that they used to be, but most courtrooms don’t reflect the updated statistics.

BAKER STERCHI COWDEN & RICE LLC: $224 million sought in Lawsuit against AT&T over cryptocurrency theft

By Press release submission | Aug 25, 2018

A cyber thief was able to trick AT&T into providing Michael Terpin’s account information, enabling that thief to make off with nearly $24 million in cryptocurrency belonging to Terpin, according to a complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of California in Los Angeles.

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Objector fighting $21.5M settlement with Monsanto, says lawyers, paid more than $6M, didn't get enough for class

By Sandra Lane | Aug 13, 2018

ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – A U.S. district judge on May 25 approved a settlement in a class action lawsuit against Monsanto over the herbicide Roundup, but one class member is challenging it by arguing the plaintiffs attorneys are selling out Californians in order to reap millions in attorneys fees.

Defective roofing lawsuit moves ahead, federal court rules

By Elizabeth Alt | Jul 18, 2018

The U.S. District Court of Eastern California denied a building company’s request to throw out a class action lawsuit over defective fiberglass roofing shingles.

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As Facebook faces class action, likelihood of other platform companies being sued increases

By John Breslin | Jun 29, 2018

SACRAMENTO (Legal Newsline) - As Facebook faces a deeply damaging class action suit over its admitted sale of data to third parties, the potential that other social media and tech companies will be hauled before the courts is increasing in likelihood.

Ozark attorney disbarred following suspension for commingling personal, client funds

By Karen Kidd | Aug 29, 2017

Ozark attorney Scott C. Hinote's has been disbarred following an Aug. 16 Missouri Supreme Court order handed down less than a year after Hinote was suspended for commingled personal and client funds in both his operating and trust accounts.

Employees allege city of San Diego owes them unpaid overtime wages

By Delma M. Serrano | Jun 7, 2017

SAN DIEGO – Three San Diego Fire-Rescue Department employees allege that they are owed unpaid wages.

Missouri AG takes states' fight against California egg law to US Supreme Court

By Carrie Salls | Mar 3, 2017

WASHINGTON — A California law designed to improve the living conditions of hens has drawn opposition from Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, who has taken his challenge of the law’s egg-sale restrictions to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Companies allege Frontier Renewables LLC broke contract

By Wadi Reformado | Mar 16, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO – A San Mateo company is being accused of breaching a contract relating to a solar project.

Makers of Dr. Martens shoes sue companies over allegations of trademark infringement

By The Northern California Record | Feb 26, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO – The makers of Dr. Martens shoes are suing two companies alleging that they knowingly distributed products that are similar to Dr. Martens shoes.

Sephora accuses law firm of breach of contract

By Travis Zuellig | Jan 31, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO – Sephora USA Inc. is suing the law firm that the company had an attorney/client service agreement with over an alleged breach of contract.

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