OROVILLE – An individual is alleged to have defaulted on an auto loan.
News from January 2019
Patient alleges injuries after he was dropped from gurney while under care of Emergency Medical Services, others
OROVILLE – An individual alleges the negligence of first responders caused a traumatic head injury.
OROVILLE – A sand producer with a facility near Oroville alleges that a company failed to complete a wastewater treatment plant on time.
ALAMEDA – Trial opened Monday in Alameda Superior Court with a plaintiff claiming that exposure to Johnson & Johnson baby powder caused her to develop mesothelioma, an extremely rare and deadly form of cancer.
Polish immigrant fired from UC - Davis for misconduct not entitled to unemployment benefits, appeals court affirms
SACRAMENTO – California's Third District Court of Appeal recently found that an associate of Solidarity movement leader Lech Walesa who became a political refugee and was later fired for misconduct by University of California - Davis is not entitled to unemployment benefits.
SACRAMENTO – The city of Sacramento has proven that the drive around a controversial residential development project on its north side will become no worse than it is now as construction continues, a state appeals court said in a recent ruling.
SACRAMENTO – A man won't get his money back from having the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) smart meter he never asked for in his home replaced by an analog meter, a state appeals court said in a recent ruling.
OROVILLE – A woman alleges she was wrongfully terminated from her position with a school because she complained of harassment from a supervisor.
SAN FRANCISCO – The former tenants of a San Francisco property allege they vacated the property at the managers' request but the mangers have not moved into the premises.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Fairfield couple alleges a vehicle they leased has defects and they are entitled to replacement or reimbursement.
Former tenant files suit against Ocean Avenue Real Estate Fund, others over alleged wrongful eviction
SAN FRANCISCO – A woman alleges she was wrongfully evicted from a San Francisco apartment while an agreement was pending.
SAN FRANCISCO – A woman alleges she was injured while driving in San Francisco when another motorist struck her vehicle while changing lanes.
Three key issues await California in 2019: single-payer health care, sales tax on services, and split-roll property tax
Shawn Lewis worries that a year that could bring increases in health care expenses, sales tax costs and property tax rates in California for small business owners could come to spell doom.
A New York man charged by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission with bilking millions from investors has been ordered by a federal judge to pay off a defaulted purchase agreement with a California wealth management company.
SAN FRANCISCO – A man is suing a San Francisco hotel after a fall allegedly caused by a slick portion of a sidewalk.
J&J lawyer points to cancer-free talc millers, miners; First plaintiff witness called in Alameda trial
ALAMEDA – Attorneys for baby powder maker Johnson & Johnson wrapped up opening arguments Tuesday as the attorney for the plaintiff Terry Leavitt called the first expert witness attempting to prove that talc use caused Leavitt’s mesothelioma.
SAN FRANCISCO – A putative class action by two California consumers alleging they were deceived into buying more biotin than their bodies need was dismissed by a federal judge earlier this month, but were allowed a period to amend their complaint.
SAN FRANCISCO – A former employee of a San Francisco company alleges he was not paid his wages for a year.
SAN FRANCISCO – An Oakland man alleges a San Francisco driver struck him while he was stopped on his bicycle at a red light.
SAN FRANCISCO – A 58-year-old San Francisco County man alleges his race and age were factors in his termination from a job he only held for a few months.