SAN FRANCISCO – The California State Bar is pushing efforts to increase interest rates on the Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA), a fund that helps in part to provide legal aid grants.
OROVILLE – A Chico man is alleged to owe more than $5,000 to a debt buyer.
OROVILLE – A woman alleges she was injured in a fall at a Chico fitness center caused by liquid left on a hallway floor.
OROVILLE – A suspended corporation and an individual are alleged to owe more than $50,000 for goods sold and delivered.
OROVILLE – A Gridley company alleges that a Paradise company breached the terms of a buyout agreement.
FRESNO – A woman alleges she and her small dog were attacked by a pit bull while walking on a sidewalk.
A vitamin company that was sued by a vitamin distributor on claims of false statements and misleading advertising has obtained a victory in court.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California threw out several claims in a lawsuit against Volkswagon and Audi over allegedly defective gearboxes.
Court grants motion to lift stay, schedules case management conference for semiconductor patent case
A semiconductor company that sued the U.S. division of a Taiwanese company claiming that it infringed patents of products has obtained a victory in court.
Motion to dismiss denied in dispute over dairy cattle transfer between Shelton Livestock and Miranda Dairy
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California denied a motion to dismiss a case between Harry Shelton Livestock and plantiffs Miranda Dairy partners Tim and Dorice Miranda.
Terry Leavitt, the woman suing Johnson & Johnson for the baby powder she claims caused her to develop mesothelioma, appeared on the witness stand Wednesday, maintaining a mostly positive demeanor but fighting back tears when talking about the impact of her disease on her family.
In an opinion filed on October 23, 2018, denying the petition filed by Save Lafayette Trees but granting Pacific Gas and Electric Company reconsideration, Stuart R. Pollak, Presiding Justice of the Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, Division Four, held causes of action two, three, and four, demurrers affirmed, however reversing cause of action one, the order sustaining the City of Lafayette’s demurrer.
SAN FRANCISCO – A landlord alleges the tenants of a San Francisco property owe more than $400,000.
SAN FRANCISCO – A tenant alleges she had to involuntarily vacate her San Francisco unit because of conditions that interfered with her use and enjoyment of the property.
SAN FRANCISCO – A medical group has been sued by a former employee over her 2017 termination.
OROVILLE – A consumer alleges a Ford Mustang he purchased as a defective clutch and is seeking restitution.
OROVILLE – The County of Butte is seeking damages from a motorist over a collision that injured one of its employees in the county.
SAN FRANCISCO – A surviving son of a Ventura County man alleges a prescription drug his father took caused severe bleeding.
SAN FRANCISCO – A cyclist and his wife have filed suit against a driver over a rear-end collision in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO – A company with its principal place of business in San Francisco County alleges a brochure was published by a competitor that contained false statements about its product.