California has been named No. 1 in an advocacy organization's list of what it describes as "judicial hellholes."
The Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations (PCFFA) filed a lawsuit alleging that fossil fuel companies' operations have caused damages over four years to fisheries, crabbers, business and those who work in the related industries.
San Francisco City Attorney says alleged nepotism over $1.2M cybersecurity contract will not be tolerated
Two Department of Public Health employees have been accused of directing a $1.2 million contract toward family members.
Paradise families sue Pacific Gas and Electric Company for fires; attorney alleges company knew of dangers
A group of 35 families filed a lawsuit against the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) alleging that the 153,000-acre Camp Fire in Paradise is the fault of the energy company, with the families' attorney claiming that the company knew of elevated risks just ahead of the fire.
SAN FRANCISCO – A motorist alleges a Lyft driver was using a cellphone before a collision in Walnut Creek.
FRESNO – Three individuals are seeking damages from a driver over a rear-end collision in Fresno.
SAN FRANCISCO – The owners of San Francisco property are seeking damages from the owners of a neighboring property and others over a fire that started in a garbage can and damaged their property.
FRESNO – A woman alleges she was injured when a driver ran a red light in Fresno and collided with her vehicle.
SAN DIEGO – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California recently granted an insurance company's motion for summary judgment in a lawsuit regarding the denial of an insurance claim for a Gulfstream jet that went missing in Mexico.
POLSINELLI PC: Polsinelli’s Patrick Woolley is Member of National Team Earning Second Place Honors at Diversity in Law Hackathon Competition
.Polsinelli Shareholder Patrick Woolley worked with a team of seven professionals that took second place in a competition against nine other teams at the second annual Diversity in Law Hackathon this month in San Francisco.
Global law firm K&L Gates LLP welcomes Kenneth A. Kecskes as a real estate partner in the San Francisco and Los Angeles offices.
FRESNO – A vehicle driver is alleged to have negligently operated a vehicle and cause a collision on a San Francisco street.
Video-game developers entitled to attorney-client privilege with PR company amid copyright lawsuit, court rules
Video game developers hoping to create a sequel to another company's video-game series have been allowed to keep their communications with lawyers and public relations team confidential.
A publication’s motion to dismiss claims it violated the Copyright Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act was granted in part and denied in part by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Nov. 30.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California granted a motion for a preliminary approval of a settlement after a number of Volkswagen investors sued the company for allegedly violating federal security laws.
Investors accuse Fidelity Charitable of breach of contract after liquidating shares; court denies motion to dismiss
A couple suing Fidelity for contract and tort claims related to their $100 million donation to Fidelity Charitable have proper standing to make a claim, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California determined in denying Fidelity’s motion to dismiss.
Popular review app Yelp had some claims against it dismissed in a lawsuit alleging that the company misled investors over the strength of its advertising business.
Court selects lead plaintiff and lead counsel for multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Tesla CEO Elon Musk
A federal court ruled to consolidate cases involving Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who allegedly made false statements that he acquired enough money to take his company private.
A company ordered to pay $30 million in damages following a jury trial over trade secrets will not receive access to Facebook’s settlement agreement with the same plaintiff, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division, ruled on Nov. 26.