A California customer who sued the seller of a nutritional supplement claiming it falsely advertised the product has obtained a victory in court.
News from 2019
Court affirms in part, reverses in part Freedom of Information Act case against US Fish and Wildlife Service
An environmental organization seeking public records regarding proposed rules for cooling water intake structures has suffered a loss in court.
San Francisco County residents allege insufficient drainage from neighboring property causing damage
SAN FRANCISCO – Property owners in San Francisco County allege water from a neighboring property is causing damage.
FRESNO – A Fresno County woman is seeking damages from the owner of a dog and the owner of the property where the dog resided after the canine allegedly attacked her.
FRESNO – Two allege they were injured in a rear-end collision in Sonora.
SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges he was terminated from his position as a senior software engineer because he took family leave.
SAN FRANCISCO – The California Supreme Court recently found that health care workers in the state who do not want to take a second meal break during shifts that exceed 12 hours aren't legally bound to do so.
California law requires that owners who acquire titles to real property in a deed of trust's power of sale must perfect that title before issuing a three-day written notice to quit the premises, the state Supreme Court ruled last month.
Friant Ranch development further delayed in California Supreme Court decision over air quality concerns
The development of the 942-acre Friant Ranch, as approved by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors about eight years ago, met yet another delay in a split California Supreme Court finding that the proposal doesn't provide enough state Environmental Quality Act analysis.
Glendale attorney Judy Unkyung Paik faces possible disbarment by default following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation and her conviction in the Los Angeles County Superior Court of defrauding an innkeeper by nonpayment.
Former Kaggle President can bypass arbitration to sue board members over 2017 Google purchase, appeals court rules
Australian researcher and former Kaggle president Jeremy Howard is free to sue board members who he claims cheated him when the company was sold to Google in 2017, according to a recent state appeals court ruling.
FRESNO – A Madera County resident alleges she was unlawfully terminated by her employer because of her perceived disability after working there for nearly 30 years.
FRESNO – A Fresno County individual alleges an insurance company did not act fairly in its handling of her claim for underinsured motorist benefits.
FRESNO – An individual alleges he was struck and injured in Fresno County.
SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) — San Diego attorney Steele Nicolson Gillaspey faces possible disbarment by default following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation over 19 counts of alleged misconduct in three underlying matters.
SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) — Longtime Bakersfield attorney Gregory Henrick Mitts faces possible suspension following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation over 12 counts of misconduct in three separate client matters and a probation condition.
SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) — San Diego attorney David Leon Speckman faces possible suspension following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation regarding his misdemeanor conviction for disorderly conduct in Las Vegas.
FRESNO – A widow alleges the failure of medical entities to administer medication to her late husband while in their care contributed to his death.