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Legal woes continue for multi-level marking women's clothing company LuLaRoe

By John Severance | Apr 19, 2019

LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – Legal problems continue for LuLaRoe, a multi-level marketing company that sells women's clothing.

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Compound drug producer Fusion IV asks federal court to rule California was wrong to block operation

By John Breslin | Apr 19, 2019

LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – A producer of compound drugs has asked a federal court to rule that California was wrong to deny a license for an outsourcing facility in the state.

Judge sets rules for notifying potential class members in Chipotle GMO suit

By Takesha Thomas | Apr 19, 2019

OAKLAND – A federal court has approved, in part, the notice plan for a class action suit involving Chipotle Mexican Grill and its non-genetically modified organism claims.

Judge grants Rearden's motion to enforce judgment, attorneys' fees in property dispute case

By Shanice Harris | Apr 19, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has granted a motion to enforce judgment in an intellectual and physical property lawsuit.

Judge tosses Proforma's counterclaim against Fotohaus in copyright action over photo use

By Scott Holland | Apr 18, 2019

SAN JOSE – A federal judge has dismissed a counterclaim in a legal dispute over rights to a photograph.

Judge green-lights Kaiser's motion to strike two claims in suit over speech therapy coverage

By John Suayan | Apr 18, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – U.S. District Judge Edward M. Chen of the Northern District of California granted Kaiser Foundation Health Plan’s motion to dismiss a couple of claims fielded in a lawsuit over allegations it unlawfully changed the terms of a woman’s plan in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974.

Check Point granted leave to amend answer in patent infringement case

By John Suayan | Apr 18, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California granted Check Point Software Technologies LTD’s motion for leave to amend its answer and affirmative defenses in a patent infringement case brought against it by Finjan Inc.

Judge orders dismissal of foreclosure suit against PHH Mortgage, Morgan Stanley

By John Suayan | Apr 16, 2019

SAN JOSE – A U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California judge tossed a lawsuit against PHH Mortgage Corp. and Morgan Stanley Private Bank.

Summary judgment granted to SAP America in patent infringement case

By John Suayan | Apr 16, 2019

OAKLAND – The U.S. District Court of the Northern District of California awarded software company SAP America Inc. summary judgment in a patent-related legal battle against Dr. Lakshmi Arunachalam of Menlo Park.

Judge grants dismissal of man's seventh cause of action against Kelly Services Global, Dow

By John Suayan | Apr 15, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal judge granted a dismissal of a California man's suit against Kelly Services Global LLC and The Dow Chemical Co.

Court rules Wausau Underwriters Insurance owes duty to defend in construction defect lawsuit

By Marian Johns | Apr 15, 2019

SAN DIEGO – A federal court has granted an insurance company's motion for partial summary judgment in a case involving one of its insureds who is facing allegations of manufacturing defective plumbing products for a condominium construction project.

Judge grants Siemens Medical request for leave to amend in suit filed by Quidel

By Payton Kuhn | Apr 15, 2019

SAN DIEGO – A federal judge has granted Siemens Medical Solution USA and Siemens Healthcare Diagnostic Inc.'s motion to amend its case in a suit over false advertising allegations.

Judge grants Project Management Institute's dismissal of software suit

By John Severance | Apr 15, 2019

SAN DIEGO – A federal judge split the difference in a project management software case involving defendant Project Management Institute and the plaintiff Workplace Technologies Research Inc.

Judge grants $6,380 legal fees instead of requested $22,000 in Rai Rocklin Investments ADA case

By Payton Kuhn | Apr 15, 2019

SACRAMENTO – Stemming from a prior case in which Scott Johnson sued Rai Rocklin Investments for its alleged inability to provide an accessible restroom in a restaurants, Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of the U.S. District for the Eastern District California awarded Johnson $6,380 in legal fees and costs.

5 Things To Look For When Selecting A Personal Injury Attorney & How Brian Cummings Checks Each Box

By NorCal Record Submission | Apr 12, 2019

It is a scenario few of us ever expect to face. You or a loved one suffered a serious injury at the hands of people you trust: your team of healthcare professionals.

Some claims over hypoallergenic labeling on Whole Foods products allowed to advance

By Shanice Harris | Apr 11, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – The entity responsible for Whole Foods' private-label products and others were granted partial dismissal of a suit that claimed they mislabeled the household products as hypoallergenic when they do contain allergens.

Judge denies Strike 3 Holdings' request to serve subpoena in copyright case

By John Severance | Apr 11, 2019

SAN DIEGO – A United States magistrate court judge has denied an adult films company's application to serve a third-party subpoena in a copyright infringement case.

Judge partially grants Berry Petroleum's motion to dismiss former employee's age discrimination suit

By Payton Kuhn | Apr 10, 2019

FRESNO – A federal judge has ruled to grant in part an energy company's motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former employee over age discrimination allegations.

Homeowner's wrongful foreclosure case against U.S. Trust Bank, others tossed by federal judge

By Payton Kuhn | Apr 10, 2019

SACRAMENTO – A bank and other other companies named in a wrongful foreclosure suit have been granted their motion to dismiss the suit by a federal judge.

Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse says arbitration could reduce costs of San Francisco city worker lawsuits

By Karen Kidd | Apr 9, 2019

The more than $90 million San Francisco has paid out in city employee lawsuits over about a dozen years points up why arbitration agreements are so important, a tort reform advocate said during a recent interview.

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