SAN FRANCISCO – An applicant to an affordable housing community in Richmond alleges he was determined to be ineligible because of an inaccurate tenant screening report.
FRESNO – Two Fresno consumers allege a Ford vehicle they purchased has defects and are seeking rescission of the sales contract.
Tehama County Sheriff's Office accused of failing to take necessary action to prevent shooting deaths, attorney says
A year after a gunman took the lives of five residents of Tehama County, a number of civil rights lawsuits have been filed against the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, all of which allege that law enforcement did not take the necessary precautions to prevent the crime.
FRESNO – An African-American man alleges he was retaliated against and terminated by his employer for filing a discrimination complaint.
SAN FRANCISCO – An insurance company is seeking subrogation from an individual and a business over a collision in San Francisco.
FRESNO – Two Reedley residents allege a Ford vehicle they purchased has defects and are seeking a rescission of the purchase contract.
SAN FRANCISCO – An employee laid off in October by a San Francisco business alleges his employer failed to provide 60 days' notice as required by law.
SAN FRANCISCO – California's 1st District Court of Appeal recently ordered that lawsuit involving an attorney who alleges that she was denied advancement and work opportunities be sent back to San Francisco County Superior Court for review.
Children's rights violated by invasive medical exams in child abuse investigation, 9th Circuit rules
SAN FRANCISCO – San Diego County acted unconstitutionally in its removal in 2010 of a couple's children under child abuse suspicion and then subjected the children to invasive medical examinations without their parents' consent, a federal appeals court ruled recently.
SAN FRANCISCO – An African-American male alleges his former San Francisco employer subjected him to harassment and discrimination.
Blue Shield has won a partial summary judgement in California court over claims of unfair business practices.
A networking company sued by a cybersecurity company over patent infringement had a motion to amend its counterclaims denied in part and granted in part.
A Singaporean company obtained a motion for a preliminary injunction against its Chinese subsidiary on claims of trademark infringement.
A group of Californian investors who were solicited to invest in oil and gas partnerships had a motion to transfer the case to Oklahoma granted in court.
FRESNO – The Fresno Irrigation District alleges two Kerman residents disregarded its instructions to avoid an easement area and caused damage to an irrigation pipeline.
OROVILLE – An insurance company is seeking more than $10,000 from the city of Chico and a business for damages a tree allegedly caused to a vehicle.
STOCKTON – A landlord alleges the tenants at a Manteca property have failed to pay rent and failed to vacate the premises.
SAN FRANCISCO – A magistrate judge has approved the slightly modified proposal of plaintiffs in a case against a mobile marketing company regarding discovery requests.
On October 11, the Securities and Exchange Commission was able to convince the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to affirm its summary judgment already granted by a lower court.
A Chinese company that produces electric vehicles and was previously banned from selling their products in the U.S. obtained a motion to dismiss a patent infringement suit.