An animal feed distribution company has attempted to extricate itself from a lawsuit that alleges one of its senior executives and others were involved in a conspiracy to take control of the supply and sale of nutritional supplements for dairy cows.
News from June 2018
A complaint filed May 25 in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California provides a cautionary tale about following the rules – or paying the price.
A California woman has filed a class action lawsuit against former employer United Parcel Service, alleging the company systematically violated federal labor codes by not allowing certain employees rest or meal breaks and not properly compensating them for all hours worked.
A California merchant has filed a lawsuit against a local restaurant, alleging non-payment for goods and services over a period of time dating as far back as February 2014.
A class action Securities Act lawsuit has been filed alleging software company Micro Focus misled investors who supported its $8.8 billion merger with HPE, a firm associated with Hewlett Packard.
Los Angeles attorney with troubled history faces possible disbarment; Bander accused of misrepresentation
Longtime Los Angeles attorney Joel Richard Bander faces disbarment following a May 4 California State Bar Court recommendation over allegations he violated his probation from a previous encounter with the bar.
SACRAMENTO - Businesses are calling their lawyers and a trade organization in the wake of a decision by a California Supreme Court to substantially reduce the number of reasons a worker can be classified an independent contractor.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Since last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that dealt a blow to forum-shopping personal injury attorneys, companies threatened with sprawling, 50-state litigation have not been forced into defending cases all over the country.
Legacy Builders Insurance Marketing alleged to have made defamatory statements in video about Connecticut company
SACRAMENTO – A Connecticut insurance marketing organization alleges a Yuba City business and individual made defamatory comments in a video that was uploaded to Facebook.
SACRAMENTO – A consumer alleges that there is inaccurate information on his credit reports.
LOS ANGELES – A paraplegic alleges that a South Gate business did not have a parking space that was in compliance with regulations for disabled patrons.
SACRAMENTO – An Amtrak passenger is seeking damages over allegations he was injured when the train collided with a truck and trailer in San Joaquin County.
LOS ANGELES – A patron of a La Habra restaurant alleges there are barriers there that restrict access to individuals like him who use a wheelchair.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County man claims that a corporation unlawfully called him to market its services.
SAN DIEGO – An adult motion picture producer alleges an unknown AT&T U-verse subscriber has infringed several of its films.
San Marcos attorney faces possible disbarment by default over alleged misappropriation and other charges
LOS ANGELES (Northern California Record) – San Marcos attorney Anil Kumar Singh faces disbarment by default following a May 16 California State Bar Court decision regarding six counts of misconduct.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – The top lawyers of 15 states are again asking a federal judge to reject the legal strategy used by public officials and the private attorneys with whom they’ve teamed to sue the energy industry over alleged effects of climate change.
LOS ANGELES – A Nashville, Tennessee man alleges a telemarketer based in Los Angeles County unlawfully called him to solicit promotional marketing items.
LOS ANGELES – A West Hollywood real estate agency is alleged to have used a copyrighted engagement photo on its website without the photographer's authorization.
LOS ANGELES – A Whittier employer is alleged to have refused to pay additional premiums owed to an insurance company.