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Man claims he was coerced into confessing he started fire in Stanislaus National Forest

SACRAMENTO – A man is seeking to have an arrest expunged from his record that was made after a fire in the Stanislaus National Forest Area, alleging he was coerced into confessing he started the fire.

GoBox Promotions Inc. seeks more than $2 million from companies over alleged exhibitions of boxing event

LOS ANGELES – A Las Vegas boxing promoter alleges two sports media and marketing companies over allegations they entered into third-party contracts without authorization.

Deckers Outdoor Corp. alleges competitors copied UGG boot designs

LOS ANGELES – The maker of UGG boots allege two competitors are selling boots that infringe their Bailey Button and Cambridge designs.

Classic Home Improvements faces class action over allegedly unsolicited telemarketing

SAN DIEGO – A San Marcos man has filed a class action against a home improvement marketing company over allegations it placed unsolicited calls to consumers.

e.Digital Corp. alleges Florida corporation infringed patent with camera system

SAN FRANCISCO – A San Diego company alleges a Clearwater, Florida business corporation manufactures electronics that infringe a patent it owns.

Yelete Group Inc., Zulily LLC accused of copyright infringement over textile design

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles-based owner of two-dimensional graphic artworks used in textiles and clothing alleges a Commerce company and a Seattle company have used its design without permission.

Homeowner seeks to stop sale of home, alleges Chase denied mortgage modifications

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County homeowner has filed a suit to stop the sale of her home over allegations a bank has repeatedly denied her applications to modify her mortgage.

Shopper alleges she was injured by jar of coconut oil at Miramar Commissary

SAN DIEGO – A retired veteran's wife alleges she was injured while shopping at the Commissary in Miramar.

ECI 8 LP seeks declaratory relief in contract dispute with Monterey Financial Services

SAN DIEGO – A London business is seeking declaratory relief in a dispute with an Oceanside limited liability company.

Woman alleges she is owed past-due disability benefits from Liberty Life Assurance Co.

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County woman alleges she was wrongfully terminated from receiving disability benefits.

Owner of Dazed and Confused shop accused of selling counterfeit RooR products

LOS ANGELES – A Corona corporation alleges that a retail smoke shop in Hesperia is selling counterfeit products.

Asuragen Inc. claims Accuragen's name is too similar, alleges trademark infringement

SAN FRANCISCO – An Austin, Texas research company alleges a Menlo Park corporation's name is too similar to its own.

Affordable housing legal dispute likely headed for U.S. Supreme Court

SAN FRANCISCO -- Legal disputes stemming from local governments forcing developers to set aside land for affordable housing, or else pay fines, are expected to persist until the U.S. Supreme Court settles the matter.

Class action lawsuit filed against Apple over iPhone Upgrade Program

SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer has filed a class-action lawsuit against Apple Inc. alleging that the California corporation made misleading claims regarding the iPhone Upgrade Program.

Multicore Technologies alleges individuals did not pay for software development services

LOS ANGELES – A software developer alleges individuals residing in Riverside and Los Angeles counties have not paid for services provided.

Standard Fabrics International Inc. accuses Rue 21 of copyright infringement

LOS ANGELES – The owner of the copyright for a fabric design alleges a retailer copied it for a garment without authorization.

Man alleges Saban Community Clinic tested him for HIV without permission

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County resident alleges a medical test was done without his permission by a community clinic.

Tourism Ireland retiree alleges insurance terms were changed after retirement

SANTA ANA – A retiree is suing his former employer alleging it changed his health benefits after retiring despite of a contract.

Cotton Candy USA, Love Culture International Inc. alleged to have used copyrighted fabric design

LOS ANGELES – A New York company alleges a Los Angeles company and a Vernon company manufactured garments with its copyrighted design.

Yahoo accused of negligence after recent data breach

SAN FRANCISCO – A North Carolina woman has filed a class-action suit against Yahoo! Inc. over allegations that the company did not do enough to protect its account holders from a data breach.