Northern California Record
The Newsletter Bringing the Legal System to Light
Monday, April 6, 2020
By Wadi Reformado |
Nov 1, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges he was not properly compensated while working at a service center for a Dublin car dealership and has filed a class action.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Mountain View business allegedly denied labor union funds access to audit its books and records.
SAN FRANCISCO – A former parts and service counter salesman alleges several car dealerships and service centers violated wage and labor laws and has filed a class-action suit.
LOS ANGELES – A Reseda individual has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging a college matching search company called him in an attempt to solicit its educational services.
SAN FRANCISCO – An installer for an El Segundo company alleges that his employer failed to provide fair compensation to him for his work.
LOS ANGELES – A business specializing in automotive vehicle imagery alleges that a Woodland Hills corporation used several of its copyrighted photographs without consent.
By Wadi Reformado |
Nov 2, 2016
LOS ANGELES – A former hardware planner alleges he was misclassified as being exempt and denied overtime and meal and rest periods by his Los Angeles County employer.
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles corporation alleges other companies have manufactured and sold garments that use a similar design to plaintiff's fabrics.
LOS ANGELES – An Arkansas nonprofit has filed a class-action lawsuit against a Maryland business over allegations it sent junk faxes.
LOS ANGELES – An Orange County woman is alleged to have defaulted on her student loans.
LOS ANGELES – A San Luis Obispo County consumer alleges that a debt collector could not verify a debt as requested but did not cease its collection efforts.
LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles business alleges that garment makers and retailers manufactured and sold clothes that have a similar design to plaintiff's copyrighted fabrics.
LOS ANGELES – An Illinois consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that a television manufacturer falsely advertised the power saving mode feature of its televisions.
SANTA ANA – A San Bernardino County business alleges that a Rancho Cucamonga company sent junk faxes.
LOS ANGELES – An Orange County woman is alleged to owe on two student loans.
By Jenie Mallari-Torres |
Nov 2, 2016
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego business alleges an individual copied its patented camera mount.
SAN DIEGO – A window and door screen company alleges a competitor is using infringing domain names to divert business.
SAN DIEGO – A film production company with offices in Los Angeles alleges that a BitTorrent user unlawfully distributed its film on the peer-to-peer site.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego woman has filed a class-action suit against a Livermore corporation that she has no business relationship with over claims it continues to call her to collect an alleged debt.
SAN DIEGO – An Oceanside business is accused of unauthorized public performances of four copyrighted musical compositions.