SAN FRANCISCO – An Orange County woman alleges she was injured when a San Francisco County man struck her vehicle in Wyoming.
News from January 2019
Judge orders Google to provide some information to AdTrader regarding suit alleging fraud and deceit
SAN JOSE — The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently said Google will have to provide information for interrogatories regarding an online ad agency's lawsuit alleging fraud and deceit against the multinational technology company.
FRESNO – California's Fifth District Court of Appeal recently said Caltec Ag Inc.. a Modesto-based agricultural technology company, remains on the hook for a $784,000 fine by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation over three Caltec products that should have been classified as pesticides.
A freelance photo journalist's copyright infringement lawsuit against children's publisher Scholastic Inc. is still alive following a federal judge's order issued earlier this month.
SAN FRANCISCO – Four individuals are seeking damages from a driver over a collision on an interstate in San Francisco.
DLA PIPER: Tracy Shapiro joins DLA Piper's Intellectual Property and Technology practice in San Francisco
DLA Piper announced today that Tracy Shapiro has joined the firm's Intellectual Property and Technology practice as a partner in Northern California.
State bar court public reproves L. A. attorney over demand letter drafted while ineligible
GREENBERG & TRAURIG: Greenberg Traurig Adds Veteran Employment Litigator Charles Thompson in San Francisco
San Francisco employment attorney Charles O. Thompson has moved to global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP as a shareholder, further strengthening the firm’s Global Labor and Employment Practice.
ALAMEDA – An expert witness appearing on behalf of Terry Leavitt told a jury on Thursday the testing of Johnson and Johnson baby powder for possible contamination with asbestos was imperfect and that previous findings of no asbestos were likely wrong.
SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer alleges a manufacturer failed to warn of the hazards of exposure to a chemical in its vinyl pencil cases purportedly known to the state of California as one that can cause cancer.
SAN FRANCISCO – A San Francisco man is seeking damages from a roofing company over a fire.
SAN FRANCISCO — West Covina attorney Gabriel Castellanos faces a possible mostly stayed suspension following a recently announced California State Bar Court recommendation over seven counts of misconduct in a single matter.
SAN FRANCISCO – The tenants of a San Francisco property allege they were forcibly removed from the unit without just cause or due process.
SAN FRANCISCO – A contractor doing business in San Francisco County is alleged to have misrepresented himself as a duly licensed general contractor.
SAN FRANCISCO – A rider has filed a suit against Uber over allegations she was assaulted by a driver.
SAN FRANCISCO – A consumer alleges the sellers of vinyl-covered products failed to warn of the products' purported health hazards.
SAN FRANCISCO – A man alleges a woman was distracted by taking photos and backed into him with her vehicle in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO – Three individuals are seeking damages from two drivers over a San Francisco collision.
LOCKE LORD LLP: Locke Lord Strengthens West Coast Public Finance Capabilities With Addition of Attorney Juan Redín in Los Angeles
Juan Redín has joined Locke Lord’s Los Angeles office as Senior Counsel in the Firm’s premier, nationally recognized Public Finance Practice Group.