FRESNO – Several Fresno County property owners in the Fancher Creek housing development allege that their houses were not constructed to building standards.
LOS ANGELES – A City of Industry company is alleged to have failed to transport and deliver shipments of garments in the same good order and condition they were received.
LOS ANGELES – A San Luis Obispo County contractor is alleged to have failed to pay a subcontractor for work on a federal project.
FRESNO – Several California consumers are challenging a fee imposed on payments made online or over the phone.
SAN FRANCISCO – A complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California by a financial company who claims it provided finances to a man starting a temporary staffing company who misappropriated the payments for his own personal use.
SACRAMENTO – A Kern County couple alleges a recreational vehicle they purchased has defects.
FRESNO – An Oakdale corporation is alleged to have defaulted on a loan.
LOS ANGELES – Two companies with a principal place of business in Los Angeles County are alleged to have failed to pay for goods they ordered.
FRESNO – A Fresno County woman alleges her late father loaned money to a construction company that was never repaid.
FRESNO – A Fresno resident is alleged to have defaulted on an auto loan.
FRESNO – A Visalia couple is seeking a declaration regarding whether an insurance company should defend and indemnify them in a suit.
SAN DIEGO – Spring Valley marijuana dispensary and retail store is alleged to not have parking available for patrons with disabilities.
SAN FRANCISCO – The owner and charterer of ocean-going vessels is seeking more than $7 million after one of its ships was arrested in Singapore.
FRESNO – A consumer alleges a Dodge Charger she purchased has defects and that the manufacturer has not repaired the issues.
FRESNO – A Los Angeles County business is alleged to have failed to pay for fruit delivered by a Texas company.
Uber driver says he was told to create fake accounts to mess with Lyft drivers; Lawsuit will not go to arbitration
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) – A California appellate court has affirmed a ruling of a lower court that in the case of Ryan Smythe v. Uber Technologies Inc., “the court correctly found that the action is beyond the scope of Smythe’s arbitration agreement with Uber.”
FRESNO – An insurance company is seeking recovery of the money it paid on a claim as a result of an accident in Fresno.
SAN FRANCISCO – Tenants of an Alvarado Street, San Francisco apartment allege the owners failed to repair issues at the premises.
SAN FRANCISCO – Former tenants of a Garfield Street, San Francisco property allege they had to vacate the premises because of the habitability violations.