Northern California Record
The Newsletter Bringing the Legal System to Light
Friday, November 22, 2019
By Jenie Mallari-Torres |
Jan 2, 2017
LOS ANGELES – Two consumers have filed a class-action lawsuit over allegations a facial scrub causes damage to the skin.
SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges his former employer violated labor code laws.
SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer alleges a joint health product's benefits are falsely advertised.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Sacramento construction company is seeking a declaration from the court against three insurers regarding their duty to indemnify.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Denmark corporation alleges that infringing computer cooling systems are still being sold by a California corporation.
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.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego couple claims a car dealership sold them a car that had defects despite advertising the vehicle as certified.
SANTA ANA – A Coto de Caza corporation is alleged to owe millions for shipments of seafood.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego man alleges two debt collectors tried to collect an amount that was not authorized.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego resident claims a New York business invaded his privacy with its calls.
By Wadi Reformado |
Jan 3, 2017
LOS ANGELES – Two trustees for several labor union funds allege a Canyon Country employer owes more than $150,000 in unpaid contributions.
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.
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 – A Los Angeles County man is alleged to have defaulted on an education loan.
LOS ANGELES – A Canoga Park woman alleges a company she has never done business with keeps calling her to solicit its services.
LOS ANGELES – A Ventura clothing brand claims a Montana business is using its famous mark.
LOS ANGELES – A Virginia woman alleges she was injured in a crash because the seat belts and air bags in her Dodge vehicle failed.
LOS ANGELES – Life Alert Emergency Response claims that direct competitors that also manufacture emergency medical response services are using its marks for their advertising.
LOS ANGELES – A former Aerospace Corp. employee alleges he is disabled and his benefits were wrongfully terminated.
LOS ANGELES – A Florida table and linen rental company is accusing a Montclair party and event business of using its mark.