SAN DIEGO – A consumer alleges companies in Utah and Florida have been unlawfully robocalling him.
News from October 2018
SACRAMENTO – A Lincoln woman alleges she was not promoted because of gender and sex discrimination.
SACRAMENTO – A Vallejo consumer alleges his creditworthiness has been damaged because of inaccurate information on his credit score.
SACRAMENTO – Two West Sacramento residents allege they were terminated by their employer after more than a decade of employment because of their disabilities.
SACRAMENTO – A wheelchair user alleges he was unable to enter a Fresno business because of a step at the entrance.
SAN DIEGO – A professional photographer residing in New Jersey alleges a San Diego website operator unlawfully used one of his photos.
FRESNO – The owner of a rental home damaged by a vehicle alleges its insurer deprived it of the payment of the policy benefits.
SAN DIEGO – An El Centro restaurant is alleged to have failed to maintain in working and useable condition features on the property that are needed for access by customers with disabilities.
SAN DIEGO – In a lawsuit concerning the sale of foreclosed property, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California recently approved a motion to sell a 42-acre section of a 106-acre tract for $1,282,600 with the proceeds being paid to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SACRAMENTO – A Placerville consumer alleges a Vacaville debt collector attempted to collect an unlawful fee.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County resident alleges a brand of soda is falsely advertised as natural.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego County man alleges that a Washington company called him to solicit its services and failed to disclose that the call would be recorded.
SAN DIEGO – A food supplement distributor based in Hawaii alleges that a San Francisco-area company engaged in the sale of cannabis-containing confections is using a similar trademark.
FRESNO – A motorist alleges her vehicle was struck when another driver attempted to make a turn at a Fresno intersection and failed to stop for oncoming traffic.
SAN DIEGO – A consumer alleges that a debt collector failed to inform him that it was recording their calls.
SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) – Long Beach attorney Gaurav D. Datta faces possible disbarment by default following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation over alleged misappropriation in a trust account matter.
SAN DIEGO – An electrical services provider is alleged to have failed to pay an amount found due and owing to union benefit funds.
SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) – San Diego attorney Matthew Bartley Butler, who reportedly now lives in the Bay Area, faces possible disbarment by default following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation for violating rules of professional conduct in three separate client matters.
SAN DIEGO – A San Diego consumer alleges a New York-based debt collector threatened him with legal action that it cannot legally take.
FRESNO – A man alleges he was injured in a collision in Fresno caused by purportedly intoxicated persons.