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Appeals court clears Wells Fargo of elder abuse charge

A California appeals court recently affirmed that a major bank did not did not commit elder abuse when selling off the appellant's property.

Consumer claims MCT Group, individual used unconscionable means to collect debt

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County consumer alleges that a debt collector made false and misleading misrepresentations regarding the collection of a debt.

Concert photographer alleges Multimedia Graphic Network Inc. used photos without permission

SAN DIEGO – An Indiana photographer who specializes in concert photography alleges that his photos were used without his permission.

Sailors’ $1 billion lawsuit over radiation from Fukushima nuclear disaster sails through federal court

A federal appeals court rejected affirmed a district court’s rejection of a Japanese power company’s motion to dismiss a $1 billion lawsuit brought by American sailors, who were allegedly harmed by radiation exposure during a relief effort following the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Man seeks rescission of purchase contract from Paul S. Blancos Good Car Co. Fresno Inc.

FRESNO – A Fresno County man alleges that a vehicle he purchased was misrepresented.

Ironworks Patents alleges LG Electronics devices infringe patents

SAN DIEGO – A Chicago company alleges that five of its patents have been infringed by LG.

Alltrade Tools alleges it does not infringe Quality Craft Industries toolbox trademark

LOS ANGELES – A Cypress tools and equipment manufacturer is seeking declaratory judgment regarding a Missouri company's claims of patent infringement.

Intuit Inc. alleged to have failed to pay overtime

SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County woman formerly employed as a services and support representative alleges she was not paid an appropriate rate for overtime work.

Class action filed against Reckitt Benckiser over joint supplement claims

SAN FRANCISCO – Consumers allege that a joint health supplement is falsely advertised.

CEM Builders Inc. alleged to have failed to pay contributions

SAN FRANCISCO – A California corporation is alleged to have failed to pay contributions to labor union funds.

Chegg Inc. alleged to have unlawfully used copyrighted exam materials

SAN FRANCISCO – A Santa Clara corporation is accused of unlawfully reproducing and distributing exam questions.

Julbo Inc. alleges its Aerospace goggles do not infringe Oakley patent

LOS ANGELES – A Vermont corporation alleges that a Foothill Ranch company wrongfully accused it of patent infringement.

Netlist Inc. alleges SK hynix Inc. infringed patents

SANTA ANA – An Irvine company that manufactures products for the cloud computing markets alleges that its patents are unlawfully being used.

Gizmo Beverages Inc. accuse individuals of cyberpiracy

LOS ANGELES – An Arizona beverage company alleges a former chairman is unlawfully holding credentials for an online account.

Beverly Hills attorney rendered inactive for noncompliance

The State Bar of California ruled a Beverly Hills attorney inactive as of March 10, following his failure to appear at his bar disciplinary trail.

Riverside attorney suspended for failing to pass exam

Riverside attorney Elisa Ann Castro was suspended by the State Bar Court of California on Jan. 30, in response to her alleged failure to take or pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) as part of the terms of a 2015 suspension.

Overstock to pay $6.8 million for false advertising after California court rejects appeal

The California First District Court of Appeals recently rejected an appeal by online retailer that argued that the circuit court imposed excessive penalties.

Sage Payment Solutions Inc. accused of sending unlawful fax advertisements

SAN FRANCISCO – A Contra Costa County consumer alleges that a medical products marketer sent him faxes without his permission.

Foundation Medicine Inc. accused of false advertising regarding cancer assay

SAN FRANCISCO – A Redwood City corporation is seeking to enjoin a Massachusetts from continuing to make what it alleges are false and misleading statements about its medical product.

Consumer files class action against Gatherapp over allegedly unlawful text messages

SAN FRANCISCO – A Texas consumer alleges a San Francisco-based corporation that operates a mobile application service sent her unwanted text messages.