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Consumers allege St. Ives facial scrub damages skin, file class action

LOS ANGELES – Two consumers have filed a class-action lawsuit over allegations a facial scrub causes damage to the skin.

Volt Management Corp., Genco I Inc. alleged to have not provided rest breaks to employees

SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges his former employer violated labor code laws.

Consumer claims Joint Juice products don't work as advertised

SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer alleges a joint health product's benefits are falsely advertised.

A. Teichert & Son Inc. seeks declaration against insurers

SAN FRANCISCO – A Sacramento construction company is seeking a declaration from the court against three insurers regarding their duty to indemnify.

Newegg alleged to sell infringing computer cooling systems

SAN FRANCISCO – A Denmark corporation alleges that infringing computer cooling systems are still being sold by a California corporation.

Condo owner claims Clean Earth Carpet is demanding payment when she didn't sign contract

SAN DIEGO – A La Mesa woman that owns a residential condominium alleges an El Cajon company attempted to collect payment for a contract between it and a third party.

Couple alleges CarMax Auto Superstores California sold them defective car

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego couple claims a car dealership sold them a car that had defects despite advertising the vehicle as certified.

Mead Corp. alleged to owe more than $2 million for shrimp

SANTA ANA – A Coto de Caza corporation is alleged to owe millions for shipments of seafood.

The Judge Law Firm ALC, Stonecrest Village Master Association accused of unlawful debt collection practices

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego man alleges two debt collectors tried to collect an amount that was not authorized.

Clickspark LLC accused of invading privacy with automatic dialed calls

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego resident claims a New York business invaded his privacy with its calls.

Everlast Builders alleged to owe employee contributions

LOS ANGELES – Two trustees for several labor union funds allege a Canyon Country employer owes more than $150,000 in unpaid contributions.

Standards Fabrics International claims Kmart, others unlawfully used fabric design

LOS ANGELES – Kmart and the Joe Boxer brand are some of the defendants named in a copyright infringement suit by a Los Angeles County business.

TechSol LLC alleged to have misclassified technician as independent contractor

RIVERSIDE – A cable TV installation and repair technician for a Riverside business has filed a class action over allegations of violations of labor wage laws.

Los Angeles County man alleged to owe more than $5,000 for student loan

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County man is alleged to have defaulted on an education loan.

Woman alleges unlawfully called her for solicitation purposes

LOS ANGELES – A Canoga Park woman alleges a company she has never done business with keeps calling her to solicit its services.

Patagonia alleges Generation Tee's Montanagonia mark copies its mark

LOS ANGELES – A Ventura clothing brand claims a Montana business is using its famous mark.

Dodge Avenger owner claims seat belt, air bags failed in accident

LOS ANGELES – A Virginia woman alleges she was injured in a crash because the seat belts and air bags in her Dodge vehicle failed.

Life Alert accuses direct competitors of using marks in online advertising

LOS ANGELES – Life Alert Emergency Response claims that direct competitors that also manufacture emergency medical response services are using its marks for their advertising.

Man seeks unpaid disability benefits from Unum Life, Aerospace Corp. plan

LOS ANGELES – A former Aerospace Corp. employee alleges he is disabled and his benefits were wrongfully terminated.

Over the Top Specialty Rentals accused of using Florida company's mark

LOS ANGELES – A Florida table and linen rental company is accusing a Montclair party and event business of using its mark.