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Cherokee tribal member, claiming Indian Child Welfare Act violations, loses appeal to regain custody of children

By Takesha Thomas | Jul 28, 2018

County workers failed to enroll children in Cherokee Indian Tribe, the mother alleged in her lawsuit.

Appeals court rules that Unfair Competition Law does not apply in Bank of America case

By Angela Underwood | May 31, 2017

The California Sixth District Court of Appeal recently ruled that California's Unfair Competition Law (UCL) does not apply to a California couple who attempted to challenge the repossession of their home.

Oklahoma Sooner running back awarded change of venue in civil lawsuit

By Kerry Goff | Nov 7, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO -- Oklahoma Sooner’s running back Joe Mixon filed motions Sept. 6 to transfer venue and dismiss Amelia Molitor’s civil lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The motion was granted Oct. 13 by a federal court in San Francisco, which said the lawsuit should be moved to a federal court in Oklahoma City. 

Individuals file class-action lawsuit against car rental companies for allegedly failing to return deposits

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Aug 17, 2016

LOS ANGELES — Two individuals have filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated against three car rental companies that allegedly failed to return their deposit. 

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